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  • Diane T. 2 hours ago
    Hello everyone.
  • Debra B. 10 hours ago
    My mom used the flushable wipes and flushed them as per package. Her house, built in 1959 had a septic tank, but then years later went to sewer when the city changed over. My husband declogged the pipes with portable hand snake and then with electric ones we rented through Home Depot. When she passed and we sold her house, had to complete repairs. The sewer was professionally scoped and had lots of the flushable tissues stuck on decaying older sewer pipes. Learned something new, don't flush. We use a porta potty when camping for liquids, then place used toilet paper into a plastic bag lined Folger's coffee can with the removable lid. Reuse and recycle!
    • Donna D. 3 hours ago
      Yes, all these large companies say they are safe to flush, but our public works department tells us "only things that come out of the body and toilet paper" should be flushed. Everything else in the trash.
  • Steven S. 12 hours ago
    Posted Saturday, October 23, 2021
  • Javier M. 13 hours ago
    Where the heck did Brad come from?
  • Brad W. 14 hours ago
    For those who like the record:
    Daily Pledge for Saturday, October 23, 2021
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