Health Facts: Ethyl alcohol-free, hypoallergenic, phenoxyethonal-free
Package Quantity: 144
Features: Premoistened, Sewer and Septic Safe
Item Number (DPCI): 007-07-0252
up&up® moist toddler flushable wipes clean and refresh better than dry toilet paper alone. They're made with Advanced Flushable Technology® and 100% plant-based materials that are free of chemical binders, so they're safe for well-maintained sewers and septics.* You can feel confident flushing one wipe at a time.In consumer testing, these wipes scored exceptionally high for softness, gentleness and strength**. The unique Solo® lid with snap-open hinge keeps wipes fresh and moist - eliminating the need for a tub. Put one in every bathroom to keep the whole family clean and fresh. Great for helping to train your toddler in proper bathroom hygiene - they will be confident and clean after every bathroom trip.
Your clear choice for clean. Ingredients these products are formulated without, by category: • Beauty, Personal Care & Cleaning - formulated without Phthalates, Propyl-paraben & Butyl-paraben, Sodium Laureth Sulfate (SLES). • Feminine Care, Adult Care & Diapers - fragrance free and chlorine free. • Pets - formulated with meat, poultry, or seafood as the first ingredient, and without artificial colors, flavors, or preservatives.
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These are great for the whole family! They are easy to flush, don't irritate the skin, plant-based, and hypoallergenic. The only issue is they are packed so hard that at times 2 or 3 wipes come out when I do not desire that. I will continue to purchase and hope they fix that small issue that the majority complain about.
These are a great value for flushable wipes, that are usually expensive. They are a little hard to get out of the container so my toddler needs help sometimes but overall they are a great wipe for potty training.
The wipes get stuck in the dispenser/bag and often rip when pulling them out. Also, I prefer wipes with a texture. I would not purchase these again. We have used them on our toddler, but not on a baby.