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    Flushable wipes are ok if your sewer line is abs, pvc, or SDR 35. If you have cast iron or clay pipping I would not recommend it, but if you do clean your line yearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdubw44 View Post
    Flushable wipes are ok if your sewer line is abs, pvc, or SDR 35. If you have cast iron or clay pipping I would not recommend it, but if you do clean your line yearly.
    A relatively new home that was built in last 20 years will have those, while older homes may have clay or cast iron piping.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    A relatively new home that was built in last 20 years will have those, while older homes may have clay or cast iron piping.
    What about the cities plumbing between the treatment plant and your home? And even at the plant? I’ve seen pictures of wipes built up and wrecking havoc in municipal systems…

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    Quote Originally Posted by cdubw44 View Post
    Flushable wipes are ok if your sewer line is abs, pvc, or SDR 35. If you have cast iron or clay pipping I would not recommend it, but if you do clean your line yearly.
    What about the cities plumbing between the treatment plant and your home? And even at the plant? I’ve seen pictures of wipes built up and wrecking havoc in municipal systems…

    That was meant for this post sorry

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    I use plain cheap toilet paper....but sometimes I feel like a human crayon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonsterMaker View Post
    What about the cities plumbing between the treatment plant and your home? And even at the plant? I’ve seen pictures of wipes built up and wrecking havoc in municipal systems…

    That was meant for this post sorry
    I have installed ejector pits that handle them just fine. People drop so much crap in the city’s line. More than likely it was something else clogging it up. I have seen dead rats, 2x4’s, underwear and all sorts of crap in peoples homes that sewer contractors just push down the city main. That would be a nasty job clearing there clogs. If they didn’t charge 7k for tap fees I might care.

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    I have been thinking about getting a “personal hygiene systems” lol my question is do you still wipe when you have the shower nozzle on the toilet. Do you need wipes anymore because there expensive?
    Im trying to get away from using wipes to save money.

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    You shit, wash, do a preemptive blot dry, flush and then run bung hole dryer. If you donÂ’t flush before drying the hot air blowing over the shit water reeks up the place pretty fast. You wonÂ’t find that in the instructions. Lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MindlessWork View Post
    A relatively new home that was built in last 20 years will have those, while older homes may have clay or cast iron piping.
    Will also hang in pvc joints. Had a 4" line crammed with them.

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    Been using baby wipes for over 20 years. Sometimes throw in dude wipes occasionally. I never ever flush them. Throw in the trash and move along. Only time I do flush is at work. I could care less about their plumbing lol

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