Wipes are designed to be strong and not break down when wet. Because of this, they don't break down in the pipes like toilet paper does. These wipes can cause major blockages in your own home pipes, or farther down the line at the water treatment facility. This includes baby wipes, bathroom wipes, facial or cosmetic wipes, personal hygiene wipes, disinfecting wipes, floor cleaning or dusting wipes, and toilet bowl scrub pads. Even products labeled "flushable" can clog your sewer line because their plastic fibers don't break down quickly.
Just don't flush wipes - plain and simple. Don't do it. They belong in the trash.