Many household cleaning products are labeled and marketed as "flushable" but should not be flushed down the toilet. Items include: disinfecting wipes, baby wipes, mop refills, paper towels, towelettes, dental floss, etc.
These products don't dissolve. They clog pipes, causing expensive and time consuming repairs for homeowners. These products also clog public sewer pipes and pump station equipment contributing to higher sewer rates. Save yourself and your sewer system from a pain in the drain, put wipes, rags and floss in the trash, not the toilet!