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Made entirely from fibers derived from sustainable resources to help you take a green step without sacrificing quality.
The world's first line of hybrid paper products.
Scott Naturals Flushable Moist Wipes help you feel fresh and clean. With 100 percent of fibers are derived from sustainable resources, Scott Naturals Flushable Moist Wipes make it easy for everyone to take a green step without sacrificing quality.
Scott Naturals Flushable Moist Wipes help you get clean and put a green step in your routine. Pair with Scott Bath Tissue for added freshness.
You won't notice a difference, but the environment will. If we all used Scott Naturals paper products for 4 weeks, we'd save over 2 million trees.
Scott Naturals combines the green benefits of recycled material with the quality you need. Don't forget to also try Scott Naturals paper towels, bath tissue, and napkins.
The hybrid line features bath tissue, paper towels, flushable moist wipes and napkins made with a blend of virgin material and at least 20 percent recycled material in products or packaging.
Scott Naturals Folded Flushable Moist Wipes, 102-Count Refill (Pack of 8).
Size: Refill | Unit Count: 816
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This product does a thorough job, but sometimes it makes me feel a bit itchy down there. I'm thinking of trying another brand when this batch runs out.Published 1 month ago by Julie Sloane
The thought of throwing away dirty wipes instead of flushing them down the toilet completely grosses me out. I found this brand and never went back. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Blue Hen 2011
If you have private septic, I would not recommend flushing them. If you have public sewer, it should be fine to flush them.Published 1 month ago by Renald Rebuck