28 Packs Of 20 Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes For $40.76-$42.90 Shipped From Amazon

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28 Packs Of 20 Purell Hand Sanitizing Wipes For $42.99 Shipped From Amazon

This is not listed on the EPA site as a chemical that is effective against COVID-19.

Also on sale from Staples is 240 Lysol wipes for $25.49.

  • Help your family and those you care for kill germs on their hands with PURELL Hand Sanitizing Wipes. Using PURELL wipes is a convenient and gentle way to kill germs
  • PURELL hand sanitizing wipes are proven to kill 99.99 percent of most common germs that may cause illness, without damaging skin
  • Perfect for frequent use. PURELL wipes are formulated to be gentle on skin containing no harsh chemicals. Free of harsh preservatives, and does not contain dye, triclosan, parabens or phthalates
  • The 20 Count travel pack fits just about anywhere making it convenient to take with you throughout the day while you are on-the-go
  • Case includes: 28 – 20 count PURELL Hand Sanitizing Wipes

HT: Davidthebest.

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Price Gouging

Can you also post what the normal cost would be so we see if there is gouging and to what extent




Non-alcohol formula – I personally wouldn’t buy because 60%+ alcohol formulas are recommended.


lysol wipes are now dead 🙁


These are germicidal – might not be useful for viruses


Don’t buy the wipes they dry quickly and not and also not as convenient as the gel


These are not the recommended 60% alcohol.


Per this article on Pro Publica (among others), while these wipes may be better than nothing in general, as a specific deterrent to COVID-19, their efficacy is likely limited: https://www.propublica.org/article/coronavirus-hand-sanitizers-cdc-recommended-alcohol


The Staples deal for Lysol is for a product that claims to protect against Novel Coronavirus –


I buy these by the case and have used them when traveling in Africa, Peru, Ecuador and India. They have served me well. I also keep them in my purse, backpack, etc. Always use them for wiping down my airplane space.