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Price Comparison: Baby Wipes

Baby wipes is probably used mostly throughout baby's life.

Brands:
- Here I listed all I used so far for my baby girl.
- Put a comment if you like to recommend other brands.

Huggies
- Has bear picture embossed on it.
- Good, if you got money.

Curash
- I like this brand.
- Not too wet and easy to pull.

Kirkland Signature - Costco
- Larger size.
- Cheap.
- I feel it is too dry at the top of pack and too wet at the end.
- The new package was introduced (2012).


Price Comparison:


Brand/Type Location Package Package Price Unit Price (each)
Huggies Baby Wipes
Costco720pk$31.794.42c
Coles


Wollies


Curash Baby Wipes
Coles80pk$4.99/$2.5*6.24c/3.13c*
Big W10*80pk$283.5c
Johnsons Baby Wipes
Costco960pk$4.993.64c
Kirland Signature (Costco) Baby Wipe
Costco9*100pk$26.993c
* On Special.
# Prices are in AUD.
# Costco price was updated as of May 31, 2012.
# Other prices were updated as of Aug 01, 2011.

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