Flush Puppies Doodie Bags, Flushable & Certified Compostable, 3 On-the-Go Packs (60 Bags)
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- Certified compostable by the biodegradable products institute (BPI) (for industrial compost facilities only)
- Flushable too (perfect for in-home accidents)
- Meets the ASTM d6400 standard and California law for "composability" claims
- Nearly 2x as thick as most other bags
- Convenient on-the-go packs with individually folded bags (no perforations to tear)
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A few tips to address some of the issues found in the 1 and 2 star ratings. You cannot knot these bags or any other bag and expect them to flush. You've trapped air inside the bag and created a ballon. It wants to float, not sink. It's not surprising a problem is created. It doesn't matter if you think you've gotten all the air out; some will be trapped and the bag will float. What you want to do is flush the bag in such a way that the flushing action drives the air out of the bag, making it sink and easy to flush. To do this, simply make sure the bag is open at the top, at least a little. Flush the toilet FIRST to get the flush action moving. Then just drop the bag into the swirl and physics takes care of the rest. As you drop the bag into the whirlpool, the air is driven out and away it goes.
On the issue of clogged pipes, let's just say the mass and consistency of these bags is far less than the typical solids flushed away (dogs OR humans). If typical solids aren't clogging your pipes, neither will these bags. This product wouldn't be anywhere near the top of best sellers in Pet Supplies at Amazon if clogged pipes was a widespread issue. Could the bags have contributed to a clog? Absolutely.Read more ›
We tried the version of these that comes in a roll. That's great because you can attach the roll to your leash with a container made for that. Those bags are difficult to tear apart, however. We also tried the packets, and those are fine, but this "wallet style" pouch is the best for us. It holds more bags. It's easy to use.
So why did we have so many issues when others are having success? I really don't know, so will include some factors that may help you assess risk.
1) Our house is about 100 years old, so perhaps the sewer main does not have the same smooth surface as new construction. It's certainly standard size. If that's the problem, then I'd imagine that everyone will have this issue as a matter of when not if.
2) Dog poop size is not a consideration, it is quite small and never had any problem flushing. It doesn't even come close to filling a quarter of the bag.
3) Water. We have standard city water, but I have no idea what water would dissolve the bags. If six days doesn't take care of it, I would be hesitant to use in any water system.
4) Water pressure. The trigger was the washing machine, so I thought about whether it might have forced through others if it were run sooner. Honestly, I don't think this can be the problem. We run two showers a day and the dishwasher drawer gets run every 2-3 days, and it was run a lot over the weekend, 3-4 times a day due to cleaning efforts.
In conclusion, I think that it is too great a risk and wanted to share our experience. I am happy to answer comments if you think there is a factor that I have missed, but I think that everyone will eventually get a clog using this product, and let me tell you, that is a lot more disgusting than a smelly trash can.
How much will it hold? You can get as much poo as you can fit in the grasp of your hand and I have longer fingers than the average woman. If you have larger hands, the more you can pick up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I find the flush puppies convenient, giving me the ability to dispose of the poop in a toilet after walking the dogs. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Hank
I love these! They are biodegradable and flushable - great for days at the park etc...; less plastic in the landfills! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa
These are a great idea but in practice they're kind of troublesome. The substance is thick and doesn't flush very easily. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kiki
I keep reordering as I really like these bags... no mess and no "storage" of waste until garbage day. I prefer these to the ones on the roll.Published 2 months ago by E. Brown
thick, high quality. no problems flushing them even in an 1800-something built building. great in a pinch or in horrible weather--especially in a city where you might have to walk... Read morePublished 2 months ago by dennis lucyniak
Works well if you're careful how you use these. Never use these in the morning dew, rain, or fresh moist poops (gross!). It can disintegrate before you get to the toilet! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Wiklund
I really wanted to like it. Now, I am an engineer by training. I did several experiments with this as I tried using the product. 1. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Bill maccannix