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[Amazon.ca] Huggies Natural Care Baby Wipes, 1008 Count $18.97

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Sr. Member
Jul 26, 2013
592 posts
366 upvotes
Toronto
fightbriz wrote: Can anyone tell me what's better?

Huggies Natural Care in this post
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B07NC3732S/ref ... mEbEFVJTJK
This is 6 bags of 168 (1008 wipes), won't they dry up faster?

Huggies Simply Clean
https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B0795Y5DQJ/ref ... mEb3STA80T
This is 6 bags of 192 (1152 wipes), won't they dry up faster?

Pampers Sensitive https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00DHDY7VU/ref ... mEbAGJJF87
This is 16 individual packages of 64, so keep wet longer i suppose?

Kirkland Signature Moist Flushable Wipes
https://www.costco.ca/kirkland-signatur ... 50280.html

Kirkland Signature Ultra Soft Tencel Baby Wipes
https://www.costco.ca/kirkland-signatur ... 47496.html

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Also, any insight into whether you should get flushable or not? I feel like flushable ones will be relatively weak? But it also means you can flush em so your garbage can doesn't have to stink...
I've tried Huggies Natural Care and Pampers Sensitive.

I'm currently trying out the Huggies. They came in bricks of useful resealable packages. I previously used Pampers that dried out faster because they come in non-resealable packaging. The Huggies also have a more neutral scent which is more desirable. Also seemed a bit thicker. I liked the prior Pampers better overall despite the Huggies advantages as wipes though because they were softer

(fyi - my use case is for a bulldog. I clean my dogs face, ears, neck. jowls in the morning.. then paws, punani and piehole exit at night before she goes to sleep)
Last edited by needybot on Jan 30th, 2020 1:09 am, edited 2 times in total.
Member
Dec 15, 2017
447 posts
688 upvotes
Vancouver
AnujS699 wrote: The Costco ones come with poptop boxes where these are meant to refill boxes you already have
Are you sure? I haven't seen the boxes or containers anymore. It is now just individually packaged with a hard plastic lid/flap on top?
Newbie
Jul 28, 2014
35 posts
78 upvotes
Vancouver
Yeah we are on our 3rd kid and have always used Kirkland after an initial trial of Huggies. The huggies always go on sale, but the Kirkland wipes are one Kirkland product that also seems to be on sale to match.

Huggies have a thicker feel/weave that makes manipulation a challenge.
Don't buy it if you don't need it.
Sr. Member
Jan 9, 2014
798 posts
657 upvotes
Regina
QuickFingers wrote: Are you sure? I haven't seen the boxes or containers anymore. It is now just individually packaged with a hard plastic lid/flap on top?
Costco is poptop package. This is package with no poptop.
Newbie
Feb 4, 2014
60 posts
41 upvotes
Montréal
It lasted a single day? It shows $30.99 for me as well.
Deal Addict
May 1, 2011
1196 posts
545 upvotes
Near GTA
Didn’t even last a day...or even half the day I believe

Should be reporting expired, not commenting that you can’t get the deal. It’s amazon, yes what you’re seeing is right. I’ll submit, not hard
Jr. Member
Feb 21, 2019
152 posts
86 upvotes
Real Canadian Superstore has this at $18.98 or $19.98 quite often. I bought mine at $18.98 a few weeks ago plus PC points back from baby department offer, and saw it at $19.98 a couple of weeks ago. Worth checking it out if you shop there.

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