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[Amazon.ca] Lysol Disinfectant Spray (539g) Back in Stock - $7.99

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[Amazon.ca] Lysol Disinfectant Spray (539g) Back in Stock - $7.99

bojac on post #14 mentions Lysol Disinfectant Spray (350g) in stock ($5.82):
https://www.amazon.ca/Lysol-Disinfectan ... EHMB3W8J3Z

Limit of 4
Previous was $5.90, raised price to $6.50, raised price again to $7.99
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Last edited by spiritsBB on May 22nd, 2020 6:50 am, edited 5 times in total.
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Should report Amazon as price gouging perhaps. Anyone knows how to do this?
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province only considering price gouging if it is 3x or higher
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These are literally everywhere in stores. I ordered 2 for $5.99 2 months ago and found them at Superstore, London Drugs and NoFrills for $4.99
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liemhoho wrote: Should report Amazon as price gouging perhaps. Anyone knows how to do this?
"Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca"

Soooooo....you wanna report Amazon...to ummmm....Amazon?

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notnow17 wrote: These are literally everywhere in stores. I ordered 2 for $5.99 2 months ago and found them at Superstore, London Drugs and NoFrills for $4.99
Often, the ones you see in store only the smaller 350 g size. This one is the larger 539 g size. Nevertheless, Amazon has increased its price significantly. These used to be six dollars, and occasionally five dollars per-pandemic on Amazon.
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Woah! wrote: "Ships from and sold by Amazon.ca"

Soooooo....you wanna report Amazon...to ummmm....Amazon?

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To local govt, provincial govt, TURDeau govt obviously
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Need the wipes. Getting the spray means you have to waste a bunch of Bounty too :/
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sunnysidesolutions wrote: Need the wipes. Getting the spray means you have to waste a bunch of Bounty too :/
you could just use JCloths, they're probably good for 25 uses each or something, which would equal like 10 cans of wipes
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l1197493 wrote: you could just use JCloths, they're probably good for 25 uses each or something, which would equal like 10 cans of wipes
Is there any significant difference between JCloths and these? Is JCloths better?
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Am also looking for an alternative to bounty or even lysol wipes for cleaning tabletops. I could just use diluted version of these Multi-Surface Cleaner :
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along with reusable cloths like you mentioned.

It's no longer in stock as of now. Doesn't matter what people say about the price or availability, the demand for it is still really high that it didn't take long for it to be out of stock.
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spiritsBB wrote: Is there any significant difference between JCloths and these? Is JCloths better?
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Am also looking for an alternative to bounty or even lysol wipes for cleaning tabletops. I could just use diluted version of these Multi-Surface Cleaner :
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along with reusable cloths like you mentioned.

It's no longer in stock as of now. Doesn't matter what people say about the price or availability, the demand for it is still really high that it didn't take long for it to be out of stock.
Those look like jcloth to me but hard to say without feeling it, maybe just the no name brand equivalent without the jcloth trademark name attached to it. Anything similar to the material of jcloth I find is preferred for this application of sanitizing because it leaves the product on the surface (more) compared to other materials that simply absorb the product and leave less product on the surface.
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spiritsBB wrote: Is there any significant difference between JCloths and these? Is JCloths better?
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Am also looking for an alternative to bounty or even lysol wipes for cleaning tabletops. I could just use diluted version of these Multi-Surface Cleaner :
Image
along with reusable cloths like you mentioned.

It's no longer in stock as of now. Doesn't matter what people say about the price or availability, the demand for it is still really high that it didn't take long for it to be out of stock.
I buy both the No Name branded and jCloth branded cloths and I must say that they're basically the same. The no name cloths feel a bit cheaper but honestly both are fine. Save your money and buy the no name ones or save even more money and get 50 from Wholesale Club for 10 bucks
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Maybe i should sell my stock here for $15 since province only considers 3x as price gouging lol. That's well below 3x.

I've got a bunch of crisp linen 539gr initially for business, family n friends consumption to spare. PM me if anyone is interested.
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