Cottonelle Flushable Wipes (504 ct.)
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- Cottonelle Flushable Wipes get you cleaner per sheet than the leading national value brand
- Flushable wipes are alcohol-free, sewer-safe and septic-safe
- Gentle enough to clean hands and face at home, or when traveling
- Combine with Cottonelle toilet paper for our ultimate in fresh and clean
- Bring freshness and confidence with you on the go
Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes (504 ct.) keep you clean when it matters most. No one likes to leave the bathroom feeling less than fresh and sometimes regular toilet paper just doesn't quite cut it. When you need to feel your cleanest, reach for Cottonelle Flushable Wipes. These flushable wipes aren't just for after a bathroom visit, either. They are strong enough, yet gentle enough, to use on your hands and face as well.
Are Cottonelle Flushable Wipes Better Than Toilet Paper?
Not only do they tend to clean better than traditional toilet paper, but they are also better than the leading national value brand. The moisture in each wipe gets your cleaner every time you use them, leaving you fresh and comfortable. The key is its CleanRipple™ Texture that has extra surface area, which translates into a better wipe every single time.
Are Cottonelle Wet Wipes Safe For Septic Systems?
Cottonelle Fresh Care Flushable Wipes have been specially designed with SafeFlush Technology®. This causes the flushable wipes to begin to degrade almost immediately after they've been flushed down the toilet. They are safe to use in traditional toilets that lead to either sewers or septic systems.
Take Freshness With You Wherever You Go
While it's important to feel fresh in your own home, it is even more important when you're out on the go. You never know what kind of a bathroom situation you'll find when you're traveling, but with Cottonelle wet wipes you'll at least know you have everything you need in your pocket or purse. You don't have to just keep these flushable wipes at home either. The whole office will thank you if you bring some to work for the community bathroom.