I haven't had any issues with flushing wipes so far. No more than two at a time. Throwing them in the garbage sounds kinda gross.
throwing into the garbage sounds very gross. if i wanted to be green about my shitting, i'd go outside and shit in the field next to my house like the wild animals. actually, if it were legal, i'd be all over that.
...not to be a Debbie downer but I have heard the ones labeled flushable do as much damage as any other. don't know why wipes are like that but the key is to come up with a truly safe flushable wipe, not a mitten or a football player wipe. a biodegradable wipe, the person who has that will do well.
They are usually not...no matter what the label says.
"Flushable"..yeah...sure...they will go down in the toilet when you "flush"....but from there..who knows what they will potentially clog
up later on down the line.
Some heavy two-ply toilet papers can be just as bad.
Much of it depends on the type of system that you are dealing with and sometimes the age of the system(..wear and tear etc.).
If you use the wet wipes....you are better off tossing them away in the trash rather than flushing them down the drain.
A good single ply paper should be more than enough for most people..and even the toughest of "wipes".
If you like the lotion effect...add a dab of lotion to the single ply paper...works just fine.
How many cheap terrycloth towels can you buy for the price of a box of shittens?
“When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it." ~Frederic Bastiat
Ever heard of a bidet? You would think that with all of Howard's money he would have one in every bathroom. He has made fun of Europeans for their hygiene but they are very popular in Europe and their assholes are cleaner.
The above is strictly my exaulted opinion. Allegedly.
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