4 Pack Of 1 Gallon Purell Surface Sanitizer For $46.72-$54.97 Shipped From Amazon

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4 Pack Of 1 Gallon Purell Surface Sanitizer For $46.72-$54.97 Shipped From Amazon

  • One-step sanitizer and cleaner, no rinse required on food contact surfaces
  • Rapid Kill Time – Kills Coronavirus (COVID-19)* and Hepatitis A in 60 seconds, Eliminates Norovirus, salmonella, and E. Coli in 30 seconds
  • No harsh chemicals – No precautionary statements, or hand washing required after use
  • Multi-surface performance across most hard and soft surfaces in professional kitchens and homes
  • Environmentally friendly – EPA Design for the Environment certified and fastest overall disinfection times of any DfE product
  • NSF D2 certified

HT: Mendy L.

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Is it possible that you can note on these deals if it’s a good price under normal circumstances or just because its available so here you go for whatever price it is?


already out of stock, wow


I checked at 9:33 and it was already dead. crazy times indeed.


Alcohol content is 29%, so it’s not effective.


It’s surface sanitizer, not hand sanitizer so, to be informed, we should find out of there’s a difference.


I don’t think it matters whether it’s hand or surface sanitizer. We’ve been told that sanitizers need at least 60% alcohol content to be effective against the virus.

Mark Davis

As an FYI, this is Ethanol according to it’s EPA registration number of 84368-1 and the front of the package, not isopropyl. That’s why it’s only 29%. According to the EPA’s site, 1 minute contact time should work for cov-2
If it helps, here is the EPA site to look up registration numbers so you don’t end up buying something that isn’t even supposed to work.