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Lysol Disinfectant Spray 539g for $6.99

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  • Oct 2nd, 2020 7:45 pm
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Gotta love how this was only $2 at Dollerama and now because of the pandemic, everyone increased their prices for profit.
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CheapMang wrote: You don't have to buy Lysol or Clorox brands to disinfect against COVID. There are tons of alternative brands listed on health canada's website that are effective against COVID.

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/ ... /list.html
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KenAdams wrote: Gotta love how this was only $2 at Dollerama and now because of the pandemic, everyone increased their prices for profit.
Comes in 2 sizes, 250g & 539g. Dollarama was most likely the smaller one.

I used to buy the 539g to spray my gym shoe/bag. My purchase history from Amazon was from $4.49 to $5.49.

So $6.99 is either the rip off price of Staples or increased by manufacture... that I don't know.
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MrEcko wrote: It's a bit more expensive but with the free shipping it might be worthwhile considering how hard it is to find online lately.
This was out of stock for a long time now, not sure how you were able to order this?
KenAdams wrote: Gotta love how this was only $2 at Dollerama and now because of the pandemic, everyone increased their prices for profit.
Sorry, but this was never ever $2 at Dollarama or anywhere else!!!

Good luck finding it for that price...
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What exactly are you spraying w this that you aren't wiping w lysol wipes? Or do you spray cloth and wipe something down?
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we bought a bunch of these back in July when they had them in stock. they are for hard surface and soft surfaces. We went on a family road trip in the summer and stayed in hotels. this might be excessive, but we essentially fogged the entire room, spraying down all touch points, pillows, blankets, couch, etc. The smell was not too bad and when we opened the windows, the smell disappeared in about 20 minutes. I know people might say that we don't need to, or you can just wipe things down with lysol, but this was quick and made us feel way better. it took half a bottle per hotel room for us, and for the small price and a peace of mind, it was well worth it.
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shylok wrote: What exactly are you spraying w this that you aren't wiping w lysol wipes? Or do you spray cloth and wipe something down?
The spray is meant for things like fabrics, clothing, bags, etc. Can't really use a wipe on your clothes (not effectively anyway)
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vcheng20 wrote: we bought a bunch of these back in July when they had them in stock. they are for hard surface and soft surfaces. We went on a family road trip in the summer and stayed in hotels. this might be excessive, but we essentially fogged the entire room, spraying down all touch points, pillows, blankets, couch, etc. The smell was not too bad and when we opened the windows, the smell disappeared in about 20 minutes. I know people might say that we don't need to, or you can just wipe things down with lysol, but this was quick and made us feel way better. it took half a bottle per hotel room for us, and for the small price and a peace of mind, it was well worth it.
We did the same thing, for half a can and under 4$ it will make you feel better and comfortable staying at the hotel
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Lot of nasty things happen in hotel rooms to be worried about lol.
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grantz wrote: Lot of nasty things happen in hotel rooms to be worried about lol.
You know it’s true. I am a Marriott Titanium member and put in 70-100 nights in hotels every year. I have seen a lot of rooms across the world and I know what people do in them. I can avoid the dirty ice machine or stop thinking about the bed with “previous actions”. I can’t get my head around having an invisible virus that can hurt my family and people we come in contact. The spray is really a good idea. We even spray bombed the car after the mechanic worked on it. Again, it’s likely overkill, but we feel better about it. My works wants me to go back in the office a couple of times a week and I fog my office when I get there. I don’t get dirty looks from anyone, they just ask me to help them buy.

Walmart sells a Great Value version of this for $5 if you can find it.
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Looks like it's back in stock for delivery now.
Was able to order 8 with free shipping and also used the Rakuten and 75358 code for $10 off $50 order.

Hope it helps and stay safe!
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Our local Walmart had it yesterday in stock for $5.97. Not sure if it is still there. And yes, I grabbed one :)
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The no-minimum shipping does it for me. In for 2, thanks OP!
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Truff01 wrote: Looks like it's back in stock for delivery now.
Was able to order 8 with free shipping and also used the Rakuten and 75358 code for $10 off $50 order.

Hope it helps and stay safe!
THANKS for this!
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Benzat17 wrote: We did the same thing, for half a can and under 4$ it will make you feel better and comfortable staying at the hotel
vcheng20 wrote: we bought a bunch of these back in July when they had them in stock. they are for hard surface and soft surfaces. We went on a family road trip in the summer and stayed in hotels. this might be excessive, but we essentially fogged the entire room, spraying down all touch points, pillows, blankets, couch, etc. The smell was not too bad and when we opened the windows, the smell disappeared in about 20 minutes. I know people might say that we don't need to, or you can just wipe things down with lysol, but this was quick and made us feel way better. it took half a bottle per hotel room for us, and for the small price and a peace of mind, it was well worth it.
We were thinking of doing exactly the same when we planned initially (didn't go to hotels) but then realized isn't this stuff not worth spraying on pillows where you will be sleeping (i.e. inhaling at night). Couch/sofa I understand and carpets makes sense - even bedsheets/linens at the hotel and car fabric.

We usually spray on shoes/gym bags (which hasn't been in use undfortunately)
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