480 Amazon Elements Baby Wipes For $12.49 From Amazon

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Update: DEAD!

Update: Alive again!

Wipes have been a hard to find item due to coronavirus shortages.

  • 6 flip-top packs of 80 Unscented wipes
  • Pediatrician tested
  • Free from: Fragrances, alcohol, bronopol, dyes, parabens and phthalates
  • Gently cleanses
  • For use on face, hands and bottom
  • Made with naturally derived ingredients and purified water
  • Also available in 9 pack, Sensitive and Fresh Scent
  • Dispose of used wipes in trash receptacle; DO NOT FLUSH
  • Satisfaction Guarantee: We’re proud of our products. If you aren’t satisfied, we’ll refund you for any reason within a year of purchase. 1-877-485-0385
  • An Amazon brand
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Do these keep getting sold out or is this an error?


Not an error. A virus


Why are these a good price? Seems expensive. We’ve bought them before (when they were a much better price) and nothing great.


Not sure where you’ve been, but wipes and other basics have been hard to find due to coronavirus shortages.


all out of stock until april 5



Jonathan Ezor

Larger pack of unscented still available for ordering as of 10:30 am ET.


are these shabbos friendly?


Dead again unfortunately. Fresh scent OOS, unscented in stock in mid April. Thank you for continuing to post these and all other wipes. Much appreciated


Even though this post clearly states “DO NOT FLUSH”, it cannot be emphasized enough. News items of multiple sewer systems getting clogged. Do we really need that kind of complication these days? Please be thoughtful.


Who cares