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.

Flushability technology makes Cottonelle Flushable Wipes break down after flushing

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

Cottonelle septic safe wipe flushed down toilet

Flush It

Cottonelle flushable wipes break down immediately after being flushed

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
What paper products you should not flush