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Quilton 3 Ply Paper Towel 12 Pack $11, 3 Ply Tissue Paper 12 Pack $17.37, Dettol Anti-Bacteria Wipes $2.49 and TP @ Amazon AU

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      Yep just added that to the post. :)

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      can't find the buy button. Also can't see price nor delivery charge. Please help! Thanks!

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    Cheers OP

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    thx champ

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    Thanks OP bought one of each before it sold out

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      Yeh it's not the cheapest ever on Amazon but just put it up there in case anyone was looking for it now and still can't get it at their local supermarket.

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        Really don’t understand why there is shortage of supply since all big manufacture claiming they have enough there to support.

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          There isn't a shortage of supply. There's an excess of demand because people are ****s.

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            @AngusD: Not many around in stores now, still no paper on the shelves. I go at 9 and none in anybody's trolley. 4 weeks of emergency seems like a very long for stores still being not adjusted

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              @Laziofogna: They're making the same amount they've always made, which has always been plenty, and people aren't sh*tting any more than they were this time last year, when there was plenty around. The only thing that has changed is people buying more than they used to, and more than they need.

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            @AngusD: That’s true

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      Not expensive when you cant find any in the shops :D

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      …maybe not the cheapest, but even if it's in stock at the local shops anything that reduces my need to physically go there is a good thing. :-)

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      Just like everyone else "buy an extra 1 just in case". It's people with this mentality is the reason why we have a shortage of toilet paper.

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        No it's not.

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        It’s more like “buy an extra 10”

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          my mother in law has 100 rolls at home and she still asked me to get more.

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          This.

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    Cheers, bought some

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    first time being able to buy toilet paper, just about to run out. thanks OP

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      What are you going to do for the next three weeks while it gets delivered?

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        Hold it till then.

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          Just try to regulate your body to doing a poo every night before you shower ;)

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    Thanks, grabbed one. Rare as hens teeth at the shops

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    So much for the ACCC & anti competitive price gouging

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      normal price, no?

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    Thanks :-)

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    Thanks my man.

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    thanks grabbed one

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    Thanks OP, bought Kitchen Towel. I don't see them going cheaper in supermarkets anytime soon so it's a good deal

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      running the numbers the only way you'll get it cheaper is woolworths or coles own brand paper towel, which even though only 2 ply is perfectly fine - but also the first to go.

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    Thanks grabbed a 30 pack

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    So many ozbargainers buying expensive toilet paper, thought there would be more bidet users on here

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      Problem is bidets cost too much

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        no powerpoint next to the closet…

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          recycled water

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    FINALLY I was in the right place at the right time!

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      /brofist

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      Same! I’ve been so stingy lately that I have avoided this place. Bless good timing in my favour for once.

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    Unfortunately I didn't get the double length one, but got the more expensive / less value one…beggars can't be choosers!

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      Given supermarkets are selling them at around $1 a roll, its a bargain. (what I told myself,)

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      The 4ply gold one? I bought 2x packs of that before Christmas - it was $12 for 30 rolls back then! Now it's full price at $20. Still got some though, it's not as good value but it's good toot paper :)

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    20 roll (double length) sold out

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    20 pack gone

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    Dettol Anti-Bacteria OUT OF STOCK

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      Just be aware these are no good for Covid https://theconversation.com/coronavirus-household-cleaning-p...

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        Doesnt say anything about dettol.

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          You actually have to read the article rather than just scan it for brand names.

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            @dm01: So according to that 'SARS-CoV-2 does not contain many fats'

            But "Soap interferes with the fats in the virus shell and lift the virus from surfaces and this is then rinsed off by water"

            Isnt that saying two different things?

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              @Turd: honestly a lot of governments, private companies, web sources etc are all guilty of some level of misinformation. the statement about the soap is probably partially correct. soap and water will remove it from the skin, though it is more of a mechanical and surface chemistry effect. when they talk about it interferring with the fats in the virus shell, to me that is talking about destruction.damaging the shell, which would help kill it, if it had a lot of fats. so them saying it helps is not wrong, but the way it is said is confusing/not completely correct and contradicting.

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            @dm01: https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/drugs-health...

            Also lists "Benzalkonium Chloride" as good to use. From Canada government website.

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              @Turd: Once again, you haven't read the article properly.

              If you want to trust a government's list of brand names over an actual scientific explanation of what and how, go right ahead.

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                @dm01: You better email the Canadian government about their errors and miss information.

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                  @Turd:

                  …errors and miss information.

                  LOL!

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                    @dm01: I can not spell, is that a crime?

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                      @Turd: It should be. Fines could be levied against repeat offenders and the funds directed to primary educators and schools to help reverse our declining education standard.

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          it doesn't need to, the dettol wipes antibacterial component is benzalkonium chloride, dettol liquid is chloroxylenol. The virus is susceptible to both, as well as to 70% isopropyl alcohol, but how susceptible? To me that remains unclear.
          From what we've been reading/hearing etc, 70% alcohol and bleach seem to be the agents it is most susceptible to.
          These wipes are probably better than nothing, but I would not risk using them in place of handwashing.
          https://journals.lww.com/jcma/FullText/2020/03000/The_outbre...

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            @Wilburre: The article links to this

            https://www.journalofhospitalinfection.com/article/S0195-6701(20)30046-3/fulltext

            Its seems to be contentious as to how effective wipes are.

            Surface wipes
            The active ingredient in surface wipes in an antiseptic –- usually benzalkonium chloride. The wipes work by physically removing germs through the pressure you apply when you use them, and the germs then attach to the wipe.

            They also leave a layer of the antiseptic on the surface that works to kill germs. The antiseptic works well on bacteria as well as on coronaviruses that infect mice and dogs – but it seems to make no difference to the spread of human coronavirus. Antiseptics work by disrupting the fats in pathogen cells, but SARS-CoV-2 does not contain many fats. So far, there is no evidence that antiseptics can kill human coronaviruses.

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              @streettriple: Oh I read your article and perused the sources. I'm not disagreeing with you. The publication the article links to is a review of other publications, the data for benzalkonium chloride is conflicting - the data scraped points to it having no effect in suspension tests, but a noticeable effect in carrier tests. Due to the age of the data (1998) it is also for different strains.

              To reiterate my earlier comment - nobody should treat these wipes as a replacement for handwashing with clean soap and water. That would be incredibly foolish. Even hand sanitiser should not be used as a replacement to handwashing unless there is no other option.

              For "cleaning" surfaces i.e "removing or destroying" the virus mass on surfaces - the gold standard still seems to be high percentage alcohol (such as methylated spirits - diggers should be roughly 95% ethanol)(big reduction numbers in literature for SARS-COV (1 not cov19 which is 2)), and likely bleach.

              These wipes would help due to the mechanical effect, the biocidal ingredient - no clear data either way.

              So as I said - likely better than nothing, also likely not the best or even most cost effective option.

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                @Wilburre: Yep totally with you

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                  @streettriple: even with my chemistry (and limited biology, but more than nothing) background, the info getting around from different sources including governments is crazy hard to pull apart. i can't imagine what the average person is going through trying to get some sense out of it.

                  that being said information issued by governments is generally issued for a purpose, not necessarily to be 100% technically accurate. technically any soap/surfactant or alcohol or biocidal cleaning product is going to help - they all will have that mechanical effect and help to or actually remove the virus from surfaces. whether they kill it or reduce its survival time on surfaces or not is another thing.

                  really though governments know people are concerned and want to know what to do - so i imagine they try to give info that shows lots of options so that people can feel safer and less confused about it. that is probably more important to them - giving people that internalised license to clean stuff, rather than not do it because the best stuff isn't available - rather than saying bleach or alcohol at x concentration for x time etc is the best. i call it the "keep them calm and get them doing something" approach.

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    Cheers OP!

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    Couldn't add the dettol wipes 😥

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      I would recommend refreshing randomly over the next 10-15 mins in case there are order cancellations or small amounts of stock added.

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    Brunswick Aldi had plenty of toilet paper yesterday mid afternoon if anyone is keen

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      keyword is yesterday, should be long gone by now

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      Saw the stack by accident, bought first TP in a month. Pretty chill vibe in there too. Staff seemed relieved.

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      Yeah aldi usually has stock in my area. Only problem is they only come in 4 roll packs

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    I really like that they've limited the toilet paper to 1 per person, means it stays in stock more than 30 seconds. :)

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    TP went out of stock as I was checking out :(

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    Going going…..gone

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    Dettol wipes seem to be gone, can't add to cart :(

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    And its gone!

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    damn, missed the toilet paper buying window

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    Thanks OP. Needed them both, especially wipes. Got in just in time.

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    All tp oos

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    Thanks OP - 1 to 2 weeks delivery, but should have enough at the moment to get there - fingers & legs crossed. ;-)

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    Finally!!! Haven't seen any toilet paper in 3 weeks! Thanks Op

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    lol i want some tps :(

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    Got the facial tissues

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    Thank you!!!! Lifesaver!

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    Thx OP, grabbed a 12 pack and some tissues. 👍👍👍

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    Thanks OP. I picked up the facial tissues

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    sense of urgency in these comment above …buy a $25 bidet hose and plumb it in …easy and cleaner

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    All gone

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      Thanks all, OzB in half hour. :)
      Would recommend to refresh every so often in case order cancels or little stock added.

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    Thanks OP. Grabbed the 12 pack of paper towels as they're hard to find locally.

    Missed out on the toilet paper after searching local stores this morning.

    Found single rolls at a chemist this morning to get us through. $1.50 a roll though, it'd wanna feel like velvet.

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    Thanks OP. Got the paper towel.

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    Awwww mannnn I missed out :( Still haven't been able to pick any up at the supo. So great these deals get shared though, I never manage to find the good ones myself :)

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    Can't seem to get the paper towels? :(

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    All gone - it used to be gaming and console deals that went like lightening. Now we go nuts for tissues! New days - keep safe all.

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    Sold like hot cakes

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    Quick and the dead around here.

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    Now waiting for hand wash, so little stock at home… may be will have to use shower gel and bar soap!

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      Priceline or Chemist Warehouse should have some in stock (in-store).

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      They have some new brand that I have never seen before in Coles. People still managed to clean most of them out and they are not cheap, like about 7 bucks.

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    Needed the toilet paper so badly and was keep on ozbargain page for last couple of days still missed….