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New $1/1 WaterWipes Coupon (Chemical-Free Baby Wipes)

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These baby wipes have ZERO chemicals! 

Hop on over to SmartSource.com where you can print this new and rare $1/1 WaterWipes Baby Wipes coupon – expires 10/3; limit 1 per purchase.

Pair this coupon with an Ibotta offer for BIG savings on chemical-free baby wipes!

Walmart Deal Idea (Through 10/3):

WaterWipes Sensitive Baby Wipes 60 Count Package $3.94
Use the $1/1 WaterWipes Baby Wipes printable coupon
Pay $2.94
Get 50¢ from Ibotta when you buy one package of WaterWipes Sensitive Baby Wipes (exp 10/3; limit 2)
Final cost $2.44 – just 4¢ per wipe!


Check out what Hip2Save Readers have to say about these wipes…

My kid is really sensitive to toilet paper and most of the “flushable” wipes. These are great for her.


These are my all time favorite wipes with both children! As pure as they come, and work great. Thanks for the deal!


My daughter has super sensitive skin & these are the only wipes we use.


I love these! No chemical smell and very gentle.


My son had a tummy virus so we were changing a lot of dirty diapers. These worked great!


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Comments 4

  1. Daddly Bodd

    best wipes period! rare indeed coupons.

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Glad to hear how much you have liked these! Thanks for the feedback!

  2. Kris

    These are the best but pricey ! Nice to have a $1 off !!

  3. Jilly68

    When my children were babies way back when… I made my own wipes from a recipe handed down from a friend. You take and fold each sheet of a 1/3 cut Bounty paper towel into thirds. Stack them in a sealable container. Then mix 1 Tblsp of glycerin oil, 1 Tblsp of baby wash and I think it was 2 cups of water. Pour over the stack of paper towels. Seal and they will be ready next day. The paper towels soak up the water mixture overnight. And you really do have to use the Bounty brand of paper towels bc they don’t leave any lint behind and are sturdy. These not only saved me money but I always felt they were gentler than the store bought ones. I reused a container from some Huggies ones I had and then had a Rubbermaid container that fit them well. I also had a blue resealable container that I had gotten somewhere for the diaper bag.

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