Wet Ones not the same as before.
I have bought Wet Ones for years and found them safe to use on children’s face and hands, but not anymore. The formula has been changed such that hands etc retain a foul tasting residue that lingers until washed away, defeating the purpose of the product.
Purchased in December 2020.
I bought the wet ones with the cylinder container. When I opened it. There was no wipes. So I tried to put the towel though the opening with my finger. My finger got stuck!! I couldn't take it out at all as it has sharp points in the opening. It was sooooo painful and my finger started to get really pale.
I ran back to the store and the cashiers tried to cut the plastic opening off. After many attempts by different people. It was finally cut off by a strong man. I almost lost my finger by it.
So, be careful with this product!!! Wet ones should look into the design of the opening!!!!
Poor deisgn with the opening of the container
Questions & Answers
where can I buy wet ones in a barrel ie the red barrel? = much easier for disabled hands
Not sure where can the barrel ones are even manufactured as I sometimes buy the wet ones for sensitive skin these days or baby wipes / you could try asking Woolworths or coles supermarkets, another option is to try a cleaning shop if you like
i have tried both and pharmacies and reject shop etc
Where can I buy the advertised Wet Ones in Sydney?
Not sure you could try a chemist or Woolworths supermarkets / I used to buy mine from Coles supermarket in corrimal and the last time I went to coles they were still selling and sometimes some petrol stations sell them they usually cost more money @ probably close to double the price of the supermarkets.
I also seen them in towradgi gold cross chemist nsw.
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