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[Dollarama] Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 30

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[Dollarama] Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 30

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Just saw the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes (30 wipes) at Dollarama at 3289 Yonge st. Anybody nearby and interested should go ASAP.
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huntlaptop wrote: Just saw the Lysol Disinfecting Wipes (30 wipes) at Dollarama at 3289 Yonge st. Anybody nearby and interested should go ASAP.
What price?
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Arrgh wrote: What price?
I mean it's Dollarama. Can't be more than $4-5 right?
If it's free it's for me!

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I bought some before the pandemic for $2.50 at Dollerrama
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Why are these wipes such a precious commodity? Thinking FaceThinking FaceThinking Face What's wrong with a soapy water and a paper towel?
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Assuming you bought some, can you tell us whether there's solution at the bottom and if they're old stock or new stock?

Old Stock: Didn't include 'human coronavirus' on the label
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coopercold wrote: Why are these wipes such a precious commodity? Thinking FaceThinking FaceThinking Face What's wrong with a soapy water and a paper towel?
Can't really use soap and water when you're out and about. My wife use the wipes in the car after grocery shopping
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spiritsBB wrote: Assuming you bought some, can you tell us whether there's solution at the bottom and if they're old stock or new stock?

Old Stock: Didn't include 'human coronavirus' on the label
It's new stock but it doesn't include anything Corona Virus on the label. Just says kills 99.9% of viruses.

There's liquid on the bottom, but they're still stupid in that they didn't put a seal on top, no idea why....the seal would ensure freshness and keep the cloths damp before usage.
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cute_honey wrote: It's new stock but it doesn't include anything Corona Virus on the label. Just says kills 99.9% of viruses.

There's liquid on the bottom, but they're still stupid in that they didn't put a seal on top, no idea why....the seal would ensure freshness and keep the cloths damp before usage.
That's the big complaint with the 3-pack tub when people order it from Amazon back then. It's all wrapped, but they receive it to find the liquid had leaked out because maybe they ended up upside down during transit, and then the wipes dry out fast because of that.
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Dreamrider wrote: You can buy 3pack of 80s for $12

https://stocktrack.ca/?s=wm&upc=5963198690

check your local WM, my local WM has stocks
I just went to Walmart yesterday, $8 per 1 bottle of 80 lysol wipes.
Don't trust the inventories in Walmart. I went to a specific Walmart cause walmart.ca claimed to have hand sanitizer. It didnt.

But if you were to visit any place, Walmart is the safer bet to have something in stock on causal hours whereas places like Superstore/Costco almost never has anything.
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spiritsBB wrote: I just went to Walmart yesterday, $8 per 1 bottle of 80 lysol wipes.
Don't trust the inventories in Walmart. I went to a specific Walmart cause walmart.ca claimed to have hand sanitizer. It didnt.

But if you were to visit any place, Walmart is the safer bet to have something in stock on causal hours whereas places like Superstore/Costco almost never has anything.
did you go to the aisles or customer service desk?
they keep all of these, disinfectants at customer service desk
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I found in dollarama the Lysol spray 200g for $2.50 they had lots of stock.

I have one in my car and spray my hands after shopping etc.
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game_fanatic wrote: Can't really use soap and water when you're out and about. My wife use the wipes in the car after grocery shopping
Why not? Soap and water in a spray bottle; squirt-squirt-squirt and wipe-wipe-wipe. Seems easy enough. What am I missing here?

These wipes only work when used as directed, which most people don't do - i.e., you must let the surface stay wet for a couple of minutes for viruses to be killed. Easier to break apart the viruses with simple soap.

And, it's far (far!) cheaper. Soap+water is safer and cheaper. Isn't that the RFD way?

These wipes are certainly no deal.
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spiritsBB wrote: I just went to Walmart yesterday, $8 per 1 bottle of 80 lysol wipes.
Don't trust the inventories in Walmart. I went to a specific Walmart cause walmart.ca claimed to have hand sanitizer. It didnt.

But if you were to visit any place, Walmart is the safer bet to have something in stock on causal hours whereas places like Superstore/Costco almost never has anything.

Need to ask for sanitizer at pharmacy. It's kept behind the counter so people can't horde it. Usually limit 1 per person. Stock track is correct usually if there's lots of quantities. Unless stock hasn't gotten out on floor yet due to lack of employees etc.
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cute_honey wrote: Need to ask for sanitizer at pharmacy. It's kept behind the counter so people can't horde it. Usually limit 1 per person. Stock track is correct usually if there's lots of quantities. Unless stock hasn't gotten out on floor yet due to lack of employees etc.
Am a bit skeptical... Asked an employee where hand sanitizer is. She walked me to the empty shelf location instead of telling me to go to the Pharmacies.

Will try that next time.
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coopercold wrote: Why not? Soap and water in a spray bottle; squirt-squirt-squirt and wipe-wipe-wipe. Seems easy enough. What am I missing here?

These wipes only work when used as directed, which most people don't do - i.e., you must let the surface stay wet for a couple of minutes for viruses to be killed. Easier to break apart the viruses with simple soap.

And, it's far (far!) cheaper. Soap+water is safer and cheaper. Isn't that the RFD way?

These wipes are certainly no deal.
In order for soap and water to be effective it needs to be warm water, personally I'd trust a wipe over cold water mixed with soap in a spray bottle.

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