Wypall Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American multinational personal care corporation that produces mostly paper-based consumer products. Kimberly-Clark brand name products include Kleenex facial tissue, Kotex feminine hygiene products, Cottonelle, Scott and Andrex toilet paper, Wypall utility wipes, KimWipes scientific cleaning wipes, and Huggies disposable diapers and baby wipes.

Wypall wipes don't work so most of the product is wasted, they aren't absorbent and spread the spill around, according to Courtney at influenster.com

"We used to use these at work but switched brands because these weren't working well so we had to use so many of them and other products too. They aren't absorbent and spread the spill around even more, even with cleaning. They leave glass streaky and still wet from Windex."


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Sr. Category Development Manager (Current Employee) says

"My experience at KC was mostly positive, but I was definitely disadvantaged by the platform to which they assigned me. I didn't feel like it mattered to them that I was in a declining category. I worked very hard--probably between 50-60 hours per week. Sometimes considerably more. Many of the people who work there have my respect and admiration.Results oriented (mostly, but I saw instances where they penalized people who did achieve all their targets)I experienced a lack of understanding for the challenging platform I supported"

Shalom Burshtein says

"Ordered a pill crusher model SK-0100, but received a different model SK-0500. I now have to pay for the shipping back. And besides, how can I realize that Kline Medical Supply made the mistake without opening the package. According to their policy returns are credited only if packaging is unopened. BE CAREFULL WITH THIS VENDOR."

Glenn says

"Headline says it all. I was allowed to order but it was a discontinued item."

Cam says

"I needed an oximeter extremely quickly for work. I ordered the appropriate product with overnight shipping. Since I ordered before noon and I'm only 5 hours driving from them, I thought I'd have it the next day, if not shortly after. Since I did not recieve it after 3 days, I called them, just to find out the product is not longer made. I wonder when I would have found out if I hadn't called."

David B.NYC says

"While recently going over our tremendous medical expenses, I found that Kline Medical Supply charged us for something we never received. I admit it had been a while but I contacted them anyway. The amount was not much but several members of the Kline Family flatly refused to consider the matter, even though I sent them proof of purchasing the exact item a month later from someone else. One would think that a family in the healthcare supply business would be , at least, moderately compassionate to a customer who is terminally ill. I am insulted that they treated me like some kind of con man. The owner eventually said he could help us, but he wouldn't because I was disrespectful. I wonder how respectful Kline Medical Supply would be if the situation were reversed."

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