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Price drop on again
Some types out of stock but can be back ordered at the same price
Thanks, ordered few 👍
Looked like a nice whiskey posted amongst other alcohol deals
Hand-y deal this one.
Perfect timing. Before sleep don't forget to wash our hands…
I thought that is more to like wash your hands before meal?
It matters what you're doing when you go to bed, I guess.
Same price at Coles iirc
But this with cashback!
What is the carbon footprint if I just order 1 bottle and get it delivered … So much for green house reduction ..
Minimum order applies, 2 bottles.
I felt too guilty to order this as well.
Can easily get it on special at Coles or Woolworths and nor have to worry about delivery.
Carbon footprint is probably similar to buying at the supermarket, if you recycle the packaging from delivery.
Check out other flavors, they are in stock if you want immediately.
I odered lime
Flavours? You’re using it wrong!
I bought $200 worth of Quilton toilet paper from the Amazon deal a while ago and the two enormous cardboard boxes it came in weighed about as much as the toilet paper. There should be a way to convert cardboard into toilet paper.
There is, but it is a pain in the ar$e to use cardboard that way…
I just order Isopropyl Alcohol Pure 100% Artists Choice 5 L for $29.95 - $3 ( code PANSUIT ) - $1.3475 (my normal %5 discount) = $25.6025
For this deal $3.25 x 8 bottles = $26
That is 100% pure you only need to make %70 solution for cleaning ( hospital grade ) application. You can make 7 bottles + 300ml extra, it is convenience and use no water at all.
Great idea frewer. What is the concentrate % in an average spray and wipe?
From my research it is %30 water and %70 Isopropyl Alcohol. The water helps to deliver the alcohol to the organism cell membrane.
Or you can just follow this https://www.woolworths.com.au/shop/productdetails/7695/isoco... which is %64 Isopropyl Alcohol
Not a bad pick!
I went ahead with a jayco one on ebay 250ml for about $8.5 it's something like 99.8% to dip my feet into this hahhahaa.
Always wanted some rubbing alcohol now I can respray old dried alcohol wipes and use too. I'm sure there are many other good uses for this stuff.
@H E B: This is the seller I bought from last deal. They have a long list usage, enjoy
Isopropyl Alcohol 100% 5L Rubbing Alcohol Surface Cleaner Isopropanol 5 Litre
Isopropyl Alcohol 100% Technical Grade
High evaporation, quick drying rate
Effective for cleaning house holds
Isopropyl Alcohol Uses - Household, Beauty, Industrial & Gardening Uses
Cleaning & House Hold Uses:
Household cleaner and is great for cleaning kitchens, bathrooms, and other surface areas: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Cleans sticky grime and residue: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Perfect for cleaning computer screens, phones, iPad screen, and is non-streaking: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
General window cleaner: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Removes ink: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Cleans glass: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Used to remove the old tobacco from inside the pipe: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Use on granite, wood floors and upholstery: 1/4 Isopropyl Alcohol, 3 drops dish detergent, 1 cup of water and a couple of essential oil.
Clean venetian blinds: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Erase permanent markers: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Hand Sanitiser: 3/4 cup Isopropyl Alcohol and 1/4 aloe vera gel
Stainless Steel Cleaner
Make up brush cleanser: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Fixes broken powder foundation make-up and eyeshadow: 3/4 cup Isopropyl Alcohol and 1/4 water
Sanitise and clean make up brushes: Soak in 100% Isopropyl Alcohol and allow to air dry.
Industrial & DIY Uses:
More efficient than alcohol wipes
Used for ink painting
Take paint off vinyl dolls: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Cleaning mealy bugs from succulents: 1/2 cup Isopropyl Alcohol and 1/2 water
Cleans the residue built up on the 3D printer: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Perfect for Art applications - especially for watercolours and colour dye
Prevent the windows from getting frost-free and dissolve the windshield frost: 3/4 cup Isopropyl Alcohol and 1/4 water
Reed Diffusers: Splash of Isopropyl Alcohol, ¼ carrier oil, and 12 drops essential oils.
Kill mealy bugs: Use 70% Isopropyl Alcohol (more moisture = longer time to kill the bugs before it evaporates)
Use as a disinfectant when removing ticks from dogs: Use 70% Isopropyl Alcohol
Deters fruit flies: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Silk plant and flower cleaner: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Used in gardening to remove dead, diseased and rotting plants: Use 100% Isopropyl Alcohol Straight
Growing Mushrooms: 70% is more effective at killing bacteria and unwanted fungas. 70% is better as it doesn't evaporate as quickly as 90% and above, meaning that it has time to enter the cell wall of the bacterium and kill it.
Differences in Percentages
90 - 100%
The higher percentages of Isopropyl Alcohol are used for cleaning purposes like disinfecting, window cleaning, stainless steel cleaner and when you need to kill bacteria, as well as many other uses. The higher the percentage like Isopropyl Alcohol 100% the greater the evaporation rate, and it is great as it dries faster. The high grades of Isopropyl Alcohol 100% are suitable for the majority uses and is commonly used by industrial users and cleaners.
A common percentage is Isopropyl Alcohol 70%, which is the grade recommended for rubbing alcohol when applying it to the skin. The lower grade of Isopropyl Alcohol 70% means that it is not as harsh to the skin, but it is still effective. Also, the lower grade is great for getting rid of the bugs off the plants and also disinfecting as the water content mixed with the alcohol fights against growing viruses and fungus.
So which one should you get?
No matter what the percentage, Isopropyl Alcohol 100%, Isopropyl Alcohol 99% or Isopropyl Alcohol 70% are beneficial product to have in the workshop and household. The many uses it has makes it a handy product to have around. Depending on your application will impact of the percentage.
All information provided is a recommendation. We cannot guarantee the uses as each application has various characteristics and therefore we cannot be certain it will work for you
@frewer: Awesome, thanks for that!
@H E B: Pleasure is mine
Do you really want to be using this as a hand wash though?
I think both Frewer and I are looking at this as a disinfectant rather than hand wash as an alternative to keeping surfaces clean.
Cheaper than a dettol spray at roughly 50-70%.
For those we don't want to wait for a backorder or want to just pick up one from Coles.
Same price, plus lots of different 'flavours' ready to go….