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Seventh Generation Wipes - 840 Count

Speed to First Woot:
1m 4.998s
First Sucker:
n8diggity
Last Wooter to Woot:
taliagarcia20
Last Purchase:
2 years ago
Order Pace (rank):
Top 11% of Kids Woots
Top 16% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 1% of Kids Woots
Top 3% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

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  • 6% second woot
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  • 30% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 6% joined today
  • 0% one week old
  • 2% one month old
  • 19% one year old
  • 72% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 42% bought 1
  • 22% bought 2
  • 36% bought 3

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walterswu


quality posts: 1 Private Messages walterswu

Are these flushable?

keysmad


quality posts: 10 Private Messages keysmad

Seems like a good price, but I currently use huggies. Anyone think that these are better/worse than huggies wipes? I actually tear huggies in half because that's all I usually need so I get twice as many uses. Can these be torn in half easily?

Superllama7


quality posts: 10 Private Messages Superllama7

Nice deal! 2.02 cents per wipe with shipping included.

We used these on the boy and they were sufficently soft and whatnot. Tip: keep some in the glove compartment, gym bag, camping gear... I never realized how much I like baby wipes until I had a baby.

walterswu wrote:Are these flushable?



No, these are not flushable. As a flushable wipe, we use Kandoo, about 4 cents a wipe (regular price) on Amazon. They're smaller than a normal wipe, but you get used to it...

keysmad wrote:Seems like a good price, but I currently use huggies. Anyone think that these are better/worse than huggies wipes? I actually tear huggies in half because that's all I usually need so I get twice as many uses. Can these be torn in half easily?



I'd say these are on par with any other name-brand wipe; they're soft enough for baby butts and they should tear in half just as easily if you'd like to generate less waste.

turbizzi


quality posts: 5 Private Messages turbizzi

I use the Kirkland wipes from Costco, which I think go for around $16 for 900, plus tax.

I'm under the impression that Seventh Generation are a little gentler, and it's worth a try to see if they help relieve some redness our boy is getting lately. I'm in for three, and I think I'm saving more than a tenth of a cent per wipe.

It adds up, right?

emurray


quality posts: 1 Private Messages emurray

You buy these if you want to keep toxic crap away from your baby's skin, not because they are cheap and work well. Each sheet is smaller than Huggies or Kirkland wipes, but they contain no alcohol, synthetic cleaners, dyes or fragrances.

Check the EWG's cosmetic database for more info. http://www.ewg.org/skindeep/

Manjariw


quality posts: 1 Private Messages Manjariw

Natural wipes, cheaper than Costco wipes! Woot!

eviemaddox


quality posts: 0 Private Messages eviemaddox

For those wanting flushable wipes...those shouldn't be flushed no matter WHAT the package says. They do not biodegrade and can clog up your pipes, especially in older homes where roots have found their way into the pipes. $300 later...ask me how I know...

bpr2


quality posts: 181 Private Messages bpr2

I'll be trying these out! I don't have a kiddo yet, or that I know of, but I do use wipes to clean off my gym gear. So hopefully these will be better then the kirkland ones I use.

ps,
That link above to the study on the kirkland babywipes is a good read.

that was fun while it lasted!

CoffeeOnIce


quality posts: 11 Private Messages CoffeeOnIce

I love baby wipes - they're gentler and cheaper than makeup wipes, and I keep some in a ziplock in my purse in case of spills or hot days. They are safe to use to wipe down pets, too, although I don't know how much the pets like it.

BurbankJeffers


quality posts: 0 Private Messages BurbankJeffers

These are not hypoallergenic. They contain, among other things, Aloe Vera. I (and many others) am allergic to Aloe.

rkstevens


quality posts: 3 Private Messages rkstevens

Seventh Generation Wipes? Does that mean they've been used 7 times already???

elph31337


quality posts: 0 Private Messages elph31337
rkstevens wrote:Seventh Generation Wipes? Does that mean they've been used 7 times already???



Six times actually, you'll be lucky number 7.

djzings


quality posts: 4 Private Messages djzings

Wish you had these when my daughter was still in diapers. These were the one of the only wipes that didn't give her a rash.

rob2006


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rob2006

price wise, these look like a great deal - in for three!
My last purchase of a 12 pack ran $22 elsewhere. And it looks like 7th generation is pushing a new version with fewer wipes (768) that costs more ($27 w S&S)...
http://www.amazon.com/Seventh-Generation-Clear-Wipes-Refill/dp/B009D028GC
Amazon has the old style 350 wipe pack for about $12...

ThunderThighs


quality posts: 547 Private Messages ThunderThighs

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rob2006


quality posts: 1 Private Messages rob2006

that was fast? Sellout?

love2cruise


quality posts: 6 Private Messages love2cruise

Darn! Would have been in for 3. Please bring these back.

bpr2


quality posts: 181 Private Messages bpr2

wow! 12.7 pounds for an order of 1.

that was fun while it lasted!