Can You Really Flush
Wipes make up a large and broad market, used for household cleaning, makeup removal, hand sanitization, sunscreen application, bathroom wipes, and more. The use of personal wipes has expanded from babies to adults in recent times and the demand for cleansing wipes has increased, hence the demand for flushable wipes. Unfortunately, the majority of wipes on the market don’t biodegrade quickly enough to avoid clogging the pipes. Many companies claim to produce cleansing cloths or wipes that leave their customers experiencing a confident clean, but get this, they are also flushable. Or are they? Kleenex, Cottonelle, and other toilet paper companies have claimed that their cleansing cloths/wipes break down through sewerage and water systems after flushing. But many water service providers across the globe beg to differ. Repeated headlines about how horrible the sewage systems are becoming seems to indicate that