Keep it fresh and clean with this deal on Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths. Use a newspaper coupon and an Ibotta offer at Walmart to snag a pack for only $0.46!

These wipes are as low as free at Kmart!

Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths, 51 ct $1.96, regular price
Buy 1, Earn up to $1.00 with Ibotta
Use $0.50/1 Scott Naturals Flushable Cleansing Cloths from SS 8/11 (exp 9/21)
Pay $1.46, Submit for $1.00 Ibotta Credit
Final Price: $0.46 

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17 thoughts on “Scott Naturals Cleansing Cloths, Only $0.46 at Walmart!”

  1. Delecia says:

    If I buy several on one receipt, will I get credit for all of them.

  2. Brittany says:

    My Walmart doubles coupons on Tuesdays so these will be a money maker! Plus I have 3 children under the age of 5 so I use these a lot. I have never bought these. Are they located near the toilet paper?

    • Anonymous says:

      Yes, they are in a special rack near the toilet paper. Never heard of WM doubling coupons–I have a hard enough time using coupons for the normal amount at my Walmart–LOL!!

  3. Love2save says:

    I wish I could use Ibotta but I have an older android version on my phone. Such a bummer to miss out on these savings.

  4. Harcher0286 says:

    I didn’t receive this coupon. :(

  5. GO says:

    I guess I’m old school. I don’t even flush toilet paper down the toilet. I put it in the trash can. Just too afraid what that stuff can do to your water pipes/lines.

    • Kymba says:

      Wow. Things have really progressed over the times, lol. Our water systems can handle TP with np. However, I don’t flush the “flushable wipes”.

  6. feliciac says:

    I use Ibotta and seem to have difficulty with it. With this particular item it says to purchase it at Target. If I purchase it at Walmart will I still get credit?

    • Lala says:

      Ibotta usually doesn’t tell you which store to buy an item at. My Ibotta has this item with no store listed under it, you can choose where to buy it and select the store when you submit the receipt. In other words, as long as it the item matches you’ll get the credit for it. :)

  7. Waterproof Penguin says:

    I received a letter from the waterworks department in my town, and they are telling residents to NOT dispose of wipes in the toilet, even the ones that are marketed as being “flushable” as they are contributing to clogs in their system. Anyone else being told this? If you can’t flush them anyway, might as well stick with using baby wipes.

    • Nicole Marie Henry says:

      Even if you cant flush them its still cheaper than baby wipes on this deal :)

      • Cindy says:

        True

      • Waterproof Penguin says:

        You may be right, but I’m hooked on baby wipes. I feel like they’re bigger and thicker. Funny how adult bums are bigger, yet they design wipes that are smaller than those for babies. Ahhh, the power of marketing!

    • Miss Donna says:

      I’m not on city sewage but we had a problem with the wipes and clogging our pipes and line to our septic tank. The plumber who came out said he has gotten a lot of calls and these “flushable” wipes were the culprit. I just throw them in the trash; once you start using them you can’t bear to stop!

      • Waterproof Penguin says:

        I know what you mean. Been using baby wipes myself since my son was born. Pampers wipes with aloe are the best.