Put the Right Wipes
Down Your Pipes

They're out there–serial cloggers flushing the wrong things down the drain. Know what to flush and make sure you never become a suspect, too.

Cottonelle® Flushability Tecnology Flushable Wipes.

Get the Facts

Know what to flush, so you can keep your pipes and your rap sheet clear.

Totally Flushable.
Totally Innocent.

Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes use a patented SafeFlush Technology® so that wipes start to break down immediately after flushing. And that keeps your septic tank from clogging. Learn more about the SafeFlush Technology® behind our flushable wipes by clicking below.

Cottonelle® Flushability Fact 1.

What Makes Safeflush Technology® Different?

At Cottonelle®, we know that flushability is important. Our flushable wipes are made with a patented binder that starts to break down the moment it touches water.

Cottonelle® Flushability Fact 2.

How Can I Be Sure It’s Safe to Flush My Flushable Wipes?

Always look for the SafeFlush Technology® badge on the bottom of the pack. Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes are tested according to trade association guidelines. They've been proven to clear properly maintained toilets, drain lines, sewers, and pumps.

Safeflush

How Do I Know If My Product Has SafeFlush Technology®?

All Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes in North America are labeled with a SafeFlush Technology® badge. Look for this label to know what is compatible with on-site septic and municipal water systems.

Cottonelle® Flushability Fact 4.

Who Can I Talk To If I Have More Questions?

For more information about Cottonelle® Flushable Wipes and other Cottonelle® products, call 1-877-642-6886, Monday through Friday, 7:30am to 7pm CT.

Cottonelle Flushable Wipes Aren't the Culprit

Our Septic-Safe Flushable Wipes Immediately Start to Break Down After Flushing

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Use It

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Flush It

Flushable Wipe Breaks Down Immediately.

Forget About It

What Not to Flush – Never Become a Suspect

  • Paper towels and facial tissue - Not designed to break down after flushing, like toilet paper
  • Baby & household cleaning wipes - Not designed to break down after flushing
  • Feminine hygiene products - Not designed to break down after flushing, often too bulky to pass through pipes
  • Miscellaneous objects (floss, diapers, toilet bowl scrub pads, hair, pills, etc.) - Not designed to break down after flushing
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