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I've flushed these continually and there is no problem at all. My home is on septic and we've not had one clog. I've lived elsewhere for many weeks at a time and flushed them and no problems there either. They aren't that big and people likely use more toilet paper at a time than the size of one of these wipes. I'm onl… see more I've flushed these continually and there is no problem at all. My home is on septic and we've not had one clog. I've lived elsewhere for many weeks at a time and flushed them and no problems there either. They aren't that big and people likely use more toilet paper at a time than the size of one of these wipes. I'm only flushing 1 a day though. see less I've flushed these continually and there is no problem at all. My home is on septic and we've not had one clog. I've lived elsewhere for many weeks at a time and flushed them and no problems there either. They aren't that big and people likely use more toilet paper at a time than the size of one of these wipes. I'm only flushing 1 a day though.
Alicia K.
· January 25, 2020
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So, on the Bum Boosa website, the top banner says Biodegradable and Hypoallergenic - but they sell more than just baby wipes, so I'm thinking this might apply to other products of theirs. The baby wipes are not flushable and not compostible. They do have an email address where you could write to them directly for a con… see more So, on the Bum Boosa website, the top banner says Biodegradable and Hypoallergenic - but they sell more than just baby wipes, so I'm thinking this might apply to other products of theirs. The baby wipes are not flushable and not compostible. They do have an email address where you could write to them directly for a confirmed answer. (My two cents: I love cloth wipes. They wipe up the best - with just plain water - they're the cheapest, best for the environment - my favorite part of cloth diapering.) see less So, on the Bum Boosa website, the top banner says Biodegradable and Hypoallergenic - but they sell more than just baby wipes, so I'm thinking this might apply to other products of theirs. The baby wipes are not flushable and not compostible. They do have an email address where you could write to them directly for a confirmed answer. (My two cents: I love cloth wipes. They wipe up the best - with just plain water - they're the cheapest, best for the environment - my favorite part of cloth diapering.)
MEG
· February 5, 2015
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Yes
Meaghan
· July 21, 2019
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I think the material is. I buy them because they are biodegradable. I am not sure I'd put a diaper in compost in general though.
Sarah
· June 11, 2020
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Six.
Nauset Dave
· September 5, 2016