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    I like the coles thick unscented wipes and only $3!

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    Aldi are great for the price!

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    Default Weekly Poll - Baby Wipes

    Aldi are good but only when they have the boxes and Coles are k but still $3 each is more then buyin a box of 6 for $10 by dimples

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    I use huggies wipes and cotton balls soaked in warm water. Dh bought Aldi wipes I haven't tried on bub yet. The Aldi scented ones smell really chemical. I prefer unscented wipes, one ingredient less.

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    I use dymples or homebrand wipes Both are quite good for the price

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    I only use the Eco ones as some of the regular wipes in Australia contain a substance that is banned un NZ and other countries. I'm pretty sure Huggies don't though and I know Aldi and some of the other home brand ones did.

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    Can you tell us what substance that is?

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    I would use the homebrand wipes they had years ago, you could use them for everything and they wouldn't dry out as quick, cheap too.

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    I always go for eco wipes I don't know but I am too much conscious in this case. I don't feel satisfied with any other wipes.


 
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