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804 of 834 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars This is how they look and why they're not so good as stand-alone, March 28, 2015
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Mr Mike (Pasadena, CA USA) - See all my reviews
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Customer Video Review Length:: 2:17 Mins

In my video review, I show how the 448-count box looks and works(there are different count boxes and they come in different containers so you need to know how they differ), and its main features. The 448-count box was a better value than other boxes for these wipes, but honestly, I was disappointed that the opening on top was only a sticker that didn't last very long. I wish that the product description explained that these are better when used with the plastic box container instead of by themselves because resealing using the sticker on these just doesn't work. These are great value and I really like the quality of the wipes themselves, but the packaging/containers and the company's claim that the wipe packages are "resealable" is just not true.

So I noticed there are many questions posted about these boxes and some of the answers are confusing so I hope this video clearly shows what you're getting. If this review was... Read more
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Tried a lot, but always come back to this one, March 28, 2017
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About 2-3 cents per wipe on Amazon right now. These are our go-to wipes right now.

PROS:
1. I love these wipes for their mildness, softness, thickness, durability, and scent. And you can't go wrong with the price either when you but them in decent quantity. You only need 2 wipes to get the wet jobs done, and likely up to 4 to get the dirty jobs done. That's because you can wipe then fold and wipe again. Not many other wipes are capable of that without worrying about things soaking through the wipe and getting on your hands.

2. They are about 20% thicker than the Pampers Natural Clean variety, by the way. I also liked how they are very moist which makes clean-up easier. Some options like the Target Up&Up wipes are somewhat dry and rough. The Huggies sensitive are similar to these but not quite as thick, so even though they are cheaper you end up using more.

CONS:

1. First of all any sensitive wipe just isn't going to clean as... Read more
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good sensitive wipes but too slippery, February 16, 2017
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Jessica (North Carolina) - See all my reviews
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These wipes are okay and I like the sensitiveness, but they seem too slippery for me. There is not a lot of texture on the wipe, so it makes it hard to pick up the dried gunk. They don't have any reaction on my baby's sensitive skin and they don't leave fibers behind like other wipes I have tried. They also dry out pretty easily even though they have the sticker close top (that doesn't stick after taking a few wipes out). They used to be my favorite wipe in 2014, but I think the formula has changed. They are too slippery and too slimy for my liking.
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