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[Canadian Tire] Triton hand sanitizer 20L - $249.99

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[Canadian Tire] Triton hand sanitizer 20L - $249.99

https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/trit ... c=true#spc

Availble for curbside at lots of stores.

It appears to be more of a liquid spray and not a gel.
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Found the following review on the website. :D
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Might as well just buy 70% alcohol and use lotion after. $3.88 at Walmart for 946ml 70% = $82 for 20L. 1/3 of cost plus cheap lotion. Some are writing about using it as general cleaner and that's exactly why I wouldn't pay 3 times the price.
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CT should be reported for gouging for pretty much any of their normal retail prices
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stephroll wrote: CT should be reported for gouging for pretty much any of their normal retail prices
Hellooooo Pusateri's Fine Foods...
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LULUMON wrote: Might as well just buy 70% alcohol and use lotion after. $3.88 at Walmart for 946ml 70% = $82 for 20L. 1/3 of cost plus cheap lotion. Some are writing about using it as general cleaner and that's exactly why I wouldn't pay 3 times the price.
I don't think I have seen isopropyl alcohol in stock for weeks now. CT can do curbside so that doesnt waste time looking and going inside

As far as I am concerned, this is more of a normal price for hand sanitizer per volume over showcase.
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ips1177 wrote: Hellooooo Pusateri's Fine Foods...
Worst. People. On. Earth.

Pusateri’s should be barred from ever having a business again. $29.99 for one Lysol wipes, what a bunch of worst people who should be flocked.


Edit: apparently I was wrong and it wasn’t $18, it was actually $29.99 for one box of Lysol wipes.
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This is a better deal, volume-wise, than buying the smaller bottles.

I will agree that this stuff smells like moonshine. You WILL get high putting it onto your hands!

I would have liked if this was more gel-like, but it's the only hand sanitizer in town, and I'd rather have this than nothing at all.

The expiry date shows Sept 2021, but my pharmacist said that as long as the tub is sealed tightly (so the alcohol doesn't evaporate) it'll actually expire at some point after the Leafs win another Stanley Cup.
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Anikiri wrote: Worst. People. On. Earth.

Pusateri’s should be barred from ever having a business again. $18 for one Lysol wipes, what a bunch of worst people on earth.
I believe it was worse... $29.99 for a container of Lysol wipes at POOsateri’s.
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Who in their right mind would want this much hand sanitizer, or spend $250 on it? Unless you're some company supplying to employees, this is nuts. Soap and warm water people.
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taro-chan wrote: I don't think I have seen isopropyl alcohol in stock for weeks now. CT can do curbside so that doesnt waste time looking and going inside

As far as I am concerned, this is more of a normal price for hand sanitizer per volume over showcase.
Bought a bottle yesterday at Walmart. I was lucky, caught the lady restocking when I went to pick up my meds.
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HelloNanaimo wrote: I believe it was worse... $29.99 for a container of Lysol wipes at POOsateri’s.
My god you’re right, it’s almost double what I thought it was. How do these people sleep at night... on top of their piles of money... taken from the desperate.
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Anikiri wrote: My god you’re right, it’s almost double what I thought it was. How do these people sleep at night... on top of their piles of money... taken from the desperate.
Let's stay on topic? Holy hell there's a bunch of people triggered at capitalism working as it should be.
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angryaudifanatic wrote: Let's stay on topic? Holy hell there's a bunch of people triggered at capitalism working as it should be.
If you think you live in a pure capitalist market, you must have missed the hundreds of billions of dollars the government of Canada just handed out to keep people and businesses afloat.
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thelasthunter wrote: If you think you live in a pure capitalist market, you must have missed the hundreds of billions of dollars the government of Canada just handed out to keep people and businesses afloat.
Privatizing profits and socializing losses ... 21st century lemon economics.
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thelasthunter wrote: If you think you live in a pure capitalist market, you must have missed the hundreds of billions of dollars the government of Canada just handed out to keep people and businesses afloat.
I am talking about capitalism = hand sanitizer/lysol wipes. We should be sticking to this Canadian Tire option right now.
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I haven’t seen hand sanitizer or 70% rubbing alcohol in any stores in weeks. People posting how they found some...good for you. But the majority haven’t. And likely won’t any time soon. The CT deal works out to $12.50 a litre, that’s not price gouging, it’s reasonable especially under the circumstances. Yes 20 litres is a lot, but if you split it among family and friends it would go quickly.
And yes thelasthunter....washing your hands with soap and water is better...but if you’re out buying groceries, or like everyone in my family, working in essential services so out everyday, there isn’t always water and soap available. So yeah, in my right mind I don’t mind dropping $250 to protect my family under my circumstances.
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LULUMON wrote: You have an evidence majority can't find it or are you pulling something out of thin air? Here is my evidence now you can be quiet.

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I just came from Walmart, where it said they had 15 x 1L One Step sanitizer and there was none.
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LULUMON wrote: You have an evidence majority can't find it or are you pulling something out of thin air? Here is my evidence now you can be quiet.

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Lmao at you LULUMON...not everyone lives in Ontario. Not even the Majority of Canadians do. So you can just STFU
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LULUMON wrote: 15 hand sanitizers? I wouldn't of gone at all. Those are for in store use.

I track 10 nearby stores in Excel spreadsheet. I count # of increase to account for phantom stocks.

I work in retail, and anything for store use would be written off and taken out of inventory for tax purposes and accuraccy. Large amounts of product moved means large amount of product missing. If you sell 1000 bottles of sanitizer in a week, 15 can easily be missed by a team of cashiers over the course of a day, let alone theft, breakages and errors in recived/shipped quantity.
I spent most of my time searching for phantom inventory, removed 17 bottles of 8 litre laundry detergent once so 15 bottles of sanitizer in times like this is not store use and is not uncommon or a suprise.

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