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Minimum order quantity: 3
Thanks. Will update the title/description
There’s another dettol hand sanitiser, same size and price on Amazon that doesn’t have a minimum order quantity - https://www.amazon.com.au/Dettol-Instant-Sanitizer-Refresh-A...
No chamomile, another bonus
I find the dettol Sanitiser is better for the skin, some of the others I've tried lately make my skin red and begins peeling.
are you sure you didn’t just get sunburn
The normal variety is same price but maximum of 1 :/
Multiple orders brah.
have to wait for the first one to ship, I've been trying grab a second one for my car but had no luck and was told by support to wait till the first one ships
I was trying to buy this early this morning but it was limited to just 1 bottle so I didn't buy it. Thank goodness Aldi's 250ml hand sanitizer is $3.99.
This one doesn't have a min order
Edit: nvm already posted.
https://www.chemistwarehouse.com.au/buy/100301/scotts-aloe-h... 500ml for same price (70% alcohol)
FYI, this one smells really bad. Although I think I've gotten used to it now… Still doesn't smell as nice as others.
1L hand sanitizer at Bunnings $11.9.
Came in to post this. $11.98 1L
Is that the stinky Scott's stuff?
Agree. That Scott's one really does smell like a shit took a shit.
So Mr. Hankey then?
Don't know. Can't say I know what a shit that came from a pre-existing shit smells like? How does the "chicken or the egg" argument play out in this shit-shit scenario?
I don't know why I got 11 negative votes for stating that this product does not indicate the amount of alcohol it contains and the WHO recommends %60+ alcohol for Covid-19?
I like the one that really smells like super strong alcohol, but cannot remember the brand.
could it perhaps be Scott's?
could be :)
I know we did panic buy all the sanitiser before but if it doesn't have enough alcohol it doesn't work against COVID. I don't think anyone is buying sanitiser now because they are worried about gastro
Are we to assume that all sanitiser is meant to be used against COVID-19? Flu season's around the corner so shouldn't there be some consideration for that? I think it's safe to say regardless whether or not it's effective on the coronavirus, it's better than not having any sanitiser at all.