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[Walmart] Water Wipes (for babies) - 540 wipes [$25] - YMMV

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[Walmart] Water Wipes (for babies) - 540 wipes [$25] - YMMV

Was shopping for baby things at Wallies and saw these Water Wipes were on sale. We have a fresh out of the box newborn and were recommended these wipes as they're 99.9% water with a drop of grapefruit seed extract.

We've been running through these like...water so this was a nice find.

Rough calculations, each wipe is 4.6¢ compared to Amazon which is roughly 7.6¢ per wipe.
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Congrats on the new addition. Note to all: Don't ever flush wipes, no matter what the mfg. says!
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Kirkland wipes : 900 ct for $22.99. Rough calculation is 2.3c per sheet. Is it better?
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wrecker wrote: Kirkland wipes : 900 ct for $22.99. Rough calculation is 2.3c per sheet. Is it better?

With costco warranty. Anything at the same price is better.
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Very good deal and good product.

I would go water wipe > Kirkland > huggies
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djpr wrote: With costco warranty. Anything at the same price is better.
Especially when they go under 20$.
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mrkdwd wrote: I don't need these for another couple of months so will they dry out if I buy them now?

FYI, Costco have these that are even cheaper: https://www.costco.ca/huggies-natural-c ... 17309.html
wrecker wrote: Kirkland wipes : 900 ct for $22.99. Rough calculation is 2.3c per sheet. Is it better?
djpr wrote:
With costco warranty. Anything at the same price is better.
elpaso wrote: Especially when they go under 20$.
Kirkland wipes are great and we will be switching to these in a few months. But the natural ingredients in Water Wipes is what makes them more attractive for newborns' sensitive skin.
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mrkdwd wrote: I don't need these for another couple of months so will they dry out if I buy them now?

FYI, Costco have these that are even cheaper: https://www.costco.ca/huggies-natural-c ... 17309.html
I have these wipes, got them when there was a special on Amazon. Got a box in June 2020, and the packaging says that it expires 12/2021. Just check the date on the box and you should be fine.
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redkulat wrote: Was shopping for baby things at Wallies and saw these Water Wipes were on sale. We have a fresh out of the box newborn and were recommended these wipes as they're 99.9% water with a drop of grapefruit seed extract.

We've been running through these like...water so this was a nice find.

Rough calculations, each wipe is 4.6¢ compared to Amazon which is roughly 7.6¢ per wipe.

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Hey OP which location is this at?
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redkulat wrote: This was Ajax but I also went to Markham East for something else and they had a lot of stock too.
Went to the Bathurst and Centre location and they apparently don't carry that size box of Water Wipes ever...
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Aug 29, 2020
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Holy smokes, such a good deal. My LO is 6 months now but I use these still whenever he gets diaper rash. Thanks OP

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