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Aleva Naturals Bamboo Baby Wipes ($17.55)

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Mar 16, 2008
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Toronto

[Amazon.ca] Aleva Naturals Bamboo Baby Wipes ($17.55)

Those who love these wipes know this is a good deal. You can usually find these “on sale” for around $25. This is a great deal at $17.55 while it lasts. Even better deal for $16.67 with S&S for the lowest price on 3C.

https://www.amazon.ca/Aleva-Naturals-Ba ... B00DBEU5N4
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Apr 19, 2015
284 posts
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These are the ones I buy and this is a great price for them. They're the only ones that advertise themselves as being "biodegradable", and they're by far the best on my kids' skin.
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Dec 18, 2005
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Montreal
If you Subscribe & Save 5 times, you can get these down to 14.92$ per box. This is an incredible deal!
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Oct 2, 2011
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Vancouver
Why is the count so low at 480? Why not 1100 or at least 900
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Dec 30, 2013
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Mississauga
dicecube wrote: Why is the count so low at 480? Why not 1100 or at least 900
Agreed, seems expensive compared to other options
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Dec 24, 2017
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More expensive, maybe. But it will biodegrade so if you live in cities where you can put diapers in the compost, you can just put it in together. Helps when baby has stinky poops!
Virgin $30 for $15 GB
Good toilet paper/paper towel deals
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May 13, 2012
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Toronto
Pingalino wrote: More expensive, maybe. But it will biodegrade so if you live in cities where you can put diapers in the compost, you can just put it in together. Helps when baby has stinky poops!
Do you mean the green bin? If so, wipes no matter what go in the garbage... At least in the city of Toronto

https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... green-bin/
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Oct 28, 2004
484 posts
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I think these can go in the green bin. Their website says these are biodegradable within 2x days, unlike other brands of wipes that are biodegradable, but over a longer timeframe.
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Dec 14, 2017
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Personally , not a fan of the vegan wipes. My little one loses her mind when wiped unless it's with the blood-stained ones, but YMMV.
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Oct 14, 2009
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Toronto
windowsmile_99 wrote: Do you mean the green bin? If so, wipes no matter what go in the garbage... At least in the city of Toronto

https://www.toronto.ca/services-payment ... green-bin/
These 100% go in the green bin. It's the reason why our household has been using them for the last 2 years, they go straight into The diaper bucket with everything else. We contacted the city in regards to them. Because people tend to assume all paper products (similar to napkins) can go into the green bin, the wipes are listed there for the non biodegradable ones.
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Mar 1, 2009
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Dread_Mannequin wrote: These 100% go in the green bin. It's the reason why our household has been using them for the last 2 years, they go straight into The diaper bucket with everything else. We contacted the city in regards to them. Because people tend to assume all paper products (similar to napkins) can go into the green bin, the wipes are listed there for the non biodegradable ones.
The city's waste wizard website says garbage for all baby wipes. Just because the packaging says bio degradable doesn't necessarily mean that Toronto has the facility to process them.
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Oct 14, 2009
594 posts
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Toronto
Zaslav wrote: The city's waste wizard website says garbage for all baby wipes. Just because the packaging says bio degradable doesn't necessarily mean that Toronto has the facility to process them.
Like I said, I contacted the city at the time for clarification. To each his own research.

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