expired Isopropyl Alcohol 99.99% 5L $10ea or 3 for $24.99 Delivered @ Nayld eBay

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Hey folks i bought some Isopropyl Alcohol the other day with the 10% off site wide coupon and paid $13.50 and i thought i was winning with that deal. This deal is even cheaper amazing price.

5L of Isopropyl Alcohol for $9.50 using the 5% coupon PULL5 (minimum spending $30). The seller's usual price is $24.95 the page says free shipping. Note also the multi-buy offer: Buy 3 eligible items, save $5.

I mainly use isopropyl alcohol to clean electronics like PCB's and LED's some times my screens but seeing as i now have so much i may splurge :P

(I bought mine from Sydney Solvents yesterday and it arrived today.)

Mod edit: Note if you purchase 4 or more, or combine with other items to reach $30 spend you can use PULL5 for a further 5% off.

Original PULL5 5% off Sitewide at eBay Deal Post

WARNING: This is poison, do not consume in any manner. According to the Betty Ford Center, drinking even a small amount of rubbing alcohol can have potentially fatal consequences. Keep away from children. Flammable, Keep away from heat, spark, electrical, fire or flame. Use only in a well-ventilated area; fumes may be harmful. As always read label before use and store appropriately.

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    Reckon it will be back?

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    Good if you want to refresh and reuse your kfc wet wipes?

    Then refresh and reuse again to remove makeup and eyeliner?

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    damn i bought from same seller for $15.
    does ebay do price guarantee?

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      does ebay do price guarantee?

      No. The seller may. Worth a shot to message them directly.

  • +1 vote

    With all of these seemingly informative comments, no one even mentioned that it's primarily use for disinfecting wounds such as cuts, scratches and bruises. It also great for rubbing it all over the body for a truly clean and refreshing feel. Hence Isopropyl Alcohol is also widely known as Rubbing Alcohol.

    If all you want to use it on stuff such as electronics, taps. showers. glass and any other objects, then using metho is the perfect solution for them.

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      Yeah, I'm unsure why there are so many comments about using it for cleaning when ethanol is cheaper and more effective.

      • +3 votes

        Ethanol leaves a residue like an oil layer its shiny and slippery.

        Pure alcohol doesn't leave any residue its very clean and dry extremely quick also its non conductive.

        I am talking about cleaning in electronics usage.

        • +1 vote

          Ethanol leaves a residue like an oil layer its shiny and slippery.

          Pure alcohol doesn't leave any residue its very clean and dry extremely quick also its non conductive.

          Ethanol is pure alcohol.

          Pure ethanol doesn't leave a residue as it all evaporates.

      • +2 votes

        Where can you get pure ethanol?

    • +2 votes

      As I understand it, rubbing alcohol generally contains ~70% isopropyl alcohol with the rest being water, additives, etc.
      Generally you want more alcohol and less non-alcohol when cleaning electronics, or anything of that nature, hence why the purer version for sale here is used.

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    Damn…I use this stuff all the time. Will have to keep an eye out in future.

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      same, i. us it from radio parts and it’s $35 for 5 litres …..i’d buy this at $25 for 5 litres delivered ……no more buying metho if i can get this at 5 l for $25 delivered ….

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    Anyone in Brisbane looking to split some let me know. I missed out :-(

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    Finally got one with cashrewards = $9.90 :p

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    Does anybody know what "Sold as special offer " means in the purchase history, or how it works in this context? Thanks.

    • +1 vote

      my guess is because it's on discount?? 59% off compare to the $24.95 original price?
      Edit. oops, didn't actually click in the history before replying

      I guess it's someone using a discount code? maybe they bought multiple bottles or combine with other items

    • +2 votes

      When you buy 3 or more items you get $5 off from seller.

      You will see all them got 3 or 6

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    Can you drink this stuff?

    Cheap alcohol I guess?

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    Damn…bought one when 706 were available (at 94% of stock sold)…now 746 sold, and none left!

    Sold out Op!

  • +1 vote

    Got one, thanks OP. Not sure what for yet, but in true Ozbargain fashion, I'll figure out.

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    May also be good for deicing windscreens I believe? But do check that out first.

  • +2 votes

    Got one just because everyone else is getting one. Thanks OP.

  • +2 votes

    Grabbed 3 for $25 shipped. I normally get 1-2 L for that price. Absolute bargain. I use this stuff to clean phones, cameras, appliances, glass etc, it's great!

  • +3 votes

    Saw this a bit late, looks like I missed it, missed it, then missed it again. :/

  • +2 votes

    Man they really ought to have kept it to limit one or two per customer…

  • +3 votes

    It's back! Screw Cashrewards. Buy buy buy!

  • +1 vote

    Yayyy got 1 after 3 misses lol

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    Now I don't have to get that diggers brand from bigw

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    I got 1 at last I can go to bed now.

  • +1 vote

    awh I see i've missed it(x4) come baaaack

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    Back in stock again!

  • +1 vote

    They've restocked. This is one of the few times I've ever purchased something from here that's I've actually needed…

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    And its gone again and the price has returned to $24.95.

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    Anyone in the NSW North Shore bought too many and would like to resell, please PM me. Cheers.

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    Back in stock but also back to the original price. Changed OOS to Expired. 634 sold in 24 hours, I hope the shop honours all purchases.

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    Thanks OP. Fri night drinks with mates sorted.

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    AU $24.95 :(

  • +3 votes

    Still good value at $24.95 shipped.

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      Yes…good value. I'd been meaning to get some bulk isopropyl alcohol, so bought some anyway. Had a $30 voucher from eBay for a recent selling promotion, and cap it off with the $5 discount for 3. This stuff is very handy…I'm always using it for cleaning the surface of something or to clean up after using some glues, and my wife can use it in the garden to clean tools (prevent spreading infection between plants with secateurs and saws and whatnot).

  • +1 vote

    You wonder about the price of these things. It doesn’t look like isopropyl alcohol is especially tricky to make industrially. Yet here we are going nuts for $10 5L

    • +3 votes

      It's because we Aussies always get shafted with the price for IPA. Overseas such as in the USA, it's cheap as chips and sold everywhere, but here it's hard to get and very expensive because reasons.

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    648 sold in 24 hours

    The power of ozbargain

    • +2 votes

      Must be exciting watcing those 'you've got paid' emails from Paypal coming in every few seconds!

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      The power of ozbargain Broden.

      Fixed it for you :P
      I was tempted to buy a second then thought about how big a 2L bottle of milk was …
      I think I'll end up using half and the other half will just evaporate over time lol

  • -1 vote

    Its 19.95 a pop now, semi-price-jacking due to popularity?

    • +2 votes

      Not price jacking, the original price is $25, it has less discount now.

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        Thats why I put semi there

        • +6 votes

          Removing a discount does not constitute "price jacking", so removing some doesn't constitute "semi-price-jacking". Diluting the term just makes price jacking's illegality seem ok.

        • -2 votes

          @mattythecapybara: well, we don't even know what's the cost price so reducing the discount while the item is popular is still price jacking to me

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          @djprima: Price jacking is when a price is raised due to a sale. An example is stores increasing their prices the day before a 10% off sale, reducing the discount and sometimes even negating it completely.

          In this case it's just a popular item that went on sale and then the sale ended, completely normal and no price jacking.

          BTW, I like your GTO account image.

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          @BradleyDS2: Cheers mate :)

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    Very hand for cleaning print beds on 3d printers… I paid a lot more for my 5l drum …

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    Wow, the seller bumped the price to $19 and to $25 now :o

  • -1 vote

    Can you drink it thinking of buying it for the office Christmas party?

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    Oh bugger, I've been looking for a decent price for a couple of weeks now. It looks like the deal was OzBargained by hoarders before I even saw it. :-(

    I need it for electronics, and for keeping the brewing area/equipment clean/sanitised.

    • +3 votes

      If you want to de-flux PCBs, you don't need IPA. Methylated spirits is suitable. Let the PCB soak in metho for about a minute, then use a dishwashing scrubbing brush to dislodge the loosened flux. Let it drip-dry for five minutes or so, then use a spray bottle of metho to give the PCB a second rinse, letting the metho run off.

      For an even cleaner result, skip the spray bottle, and use a foam of Safewash 2000 (it's a detergent designed for flux removal). Put a small amount in a jar, and apply with a ~25mm-wide paintbrush, in a way that produces foam. Leave sit for 2-3 minutes and wash off in water. Produces squeaky-clean PCBs.

      Make sure you use gloves when handling the metho, and check each time that your gloves haven't developed holes. Otherwise, the denaturant in Metho will seep through any holes into your skin, and your fingers will taste foul for days. No eating food with your hands!

      Also note that if you do this outdoors, due to the odour, I have found that metho attracts wasps. Do it in a well-ventilated room with fly screens.

    • +1 vote

      keeping the brewing area/equipment clean/sanitised.
      Iodine (Idopher?). Also Starsan goes along way, as well as Hydrogen Peroxide.

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        Iodine based sanitisers will stain, so that's not an option on most surfaces. The acidity in Starsan is also not great for things like kitchen bench tops. Same goes for H2O2, which can bleach things. I do use Starsan and H2O2 on a lot of stuff, but having Isopropyl available on a wiper gives me an option that will dry very quickly. Both Starsan and H2O2 treated surfaces will stay moist much longer.

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      Hoarders? Mate, you snooze, you lose. Surprised you expect stock 18+ hours after the deal's posted.

  • +2 votes

    Just got notification from Auspost that the delivery is coming!

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    Same here…

  • +1 vote

    On its way here also.

    Please know that our goal is to give you the “Five-Star Service" that you deserve. If you have any questions about your shipment or when the package arrives, please contact us either through the eBay messaging centre or (email deleted). Your satisfaction is our goal, and we are sure any issue can be easily resolved.

  • +1 vote

    I have a heap of Cannabis oil to make, and this would have been just the business to save a few bucks. Oh well, the cancer battle goes on.

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    Has anyone received their order. My tracking just shows that its been approved without any other movement

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