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[Amazon.ca] Cottonelle Flushable Wet Wipes, 28 Resealable Packs, 10 Per Pack - $1.29 Add-on (YMMV)

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[Amazon.ca] Cottonelle Flushable Wet Wipes, 28 Resealable Packs, 10 Per Pack - $1.29 Add-on (YMMV)

HUGE YMMV

Yup. You read that right. 28 packs with 10 wipes each for $1.29. That's what the description says,
Contains 28 resealable packs, 10 wipes per pack = 280 wipes total
The image, however, says the pack has 14 wipes. The title is all over the place stating 28 packs, 10 per pack and then 14 count.

I ordered these last night, I don't know what'll turn up, a single pack or 28 packs.
If it's the former, I'm getting a refund. If it's the latter, I'll have no words.

Win-win, the way I see it.

EDIT: I was just reminded to remind everyone not to flush these damn things because they're truly not flushable.

(Before someone comes along and says this is impossible, I'd like to remind you that a bunch of us bought Sony XM3's from Amazon for $40 bucks as well as 6-pack of Aussie Shampoo for $2. So we've all seen weirder sales.)

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Do NOT Flush them please.
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blazed16 wrote: Shipping Weight: 90.7 g
There is that and then there is the description. Either way, either you get your money's worth or your money back
PriceHunter wrote: Do NOT Flush them please.
I knew I was forgetting something. Just updated the main post.
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Does it come with a coupon for free plumber ?
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Either a price error or listing error. I think this is what the product was meant to be.
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00BMQR2V6

Edit: ordered two, what the heck! Had to find something to order with.
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I have always ripped these in half when using and flushed them for years in a 20 year old house with no issues.
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Thanks OP.

We all know that it's only a single pack of 14 wipes, and there's no way we will receive more than that. ;)
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jg123 wrote: I have always ripped these in half when using and flushed them for years in a 20 year old house with no issues.
It’s not just your house but the whole system that get clogged up by these . It’s a huge cost to cities to manage this stuff
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I have the Cottonelle flushable wipes, been using them for years. Never had an issue.
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I know everyone is saying this, but I will have to say it again. DON'T FLUSH it down the toilet.
These sh... are the major reason the sewer are plugged.
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jg123 wrote: I have always ripped these in half when using and flushed them for years in a 20 year old house with no issues.
The issue isn't in your house, it's in the municipal system that has to deal with them. You're costing your city a fortune. They don't dissolve and clog things up. If you have a septic system, you'll bugger it up.

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