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The other answers are correct, but they rely on the assumption that wet wipes are not liquid, gel, aerosol, cream, or paste, without any evidence that the TSA would accept that. As you correctly pointed out in a comment, wet wipes contain liquid. How can we check whether the liquid contained in wet wipes causes them to fall under the 3-1-1 rule? Try the ...
No they are not considered as liquids. The page you linked already limited the definition of liquids to (liquid, aerosol, gel, cream or paste), wet wipes do not fall under any of those, they are barely (dewy). In addition to that, I worked as a cabin crew on flights departing from the US and I can confirm I have taken some myself and was never asked and I ...
Thankfully wet wipes are not yet subject to the 3-1-1 rule. The rule applies to: Liquids, gels, aerosols, creams and pastes Wet wipes don't fit in any of these categories. I always travel with wet wipes in my carry-on and I never once had a problem.
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