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Viva Paper Towel (Pack of 12, 60 Sheets Per Roll) $12 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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Viva Multi-Use Cleaning Towel - a versatile, absorbent and durable towel ideal for a wide range of cleaning jobs
Using unique technology Viva Cleaning Towel has deep wave-like channels within the sheet to provide all-in-one absorbency, thickness and toughness
Viva Towel cleans even better when wet, meaning tough sticky marks, dirt and grease wipe away with ease
FSC Certified - for responsible forest management
Length of the Paper Towel: 21cm

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  • +1

    $1 per roll is what they normally cost at Coles/Woolies when on special.

    • +2

      this is delivered ^ ^

      • +59

        Mine are delivered too… I just send the wife to get them.

    • +1

      Not at the moment, lucky to even find them at full price atm in Melbourne, yay panic buying is back…

  • Get them b4 panic buying

    • +1

      Too late.

  • +6

    Do NOT wipe your butt with these.

  • Let's see how long until oos

  • Got a pack, thanks OP

  • +4

    $6 for a 6 pack at big W

  • +1

    Cheers! was waiting for this!

  • Ordered to brace for upcoming panic buy.

  • Thanks OP. Got one.

    Better safe than sorry. Never know how bad the panic-buying is going to get.

    • +17

      Pretty bad if everyone buys products to be “better safe than sorry”. That’s what the “panic buying” is.

    • You are questioning your own answer, LOL

  • +1

    Channelling Dr Nick here we go again!

  • Not working for me. Failed to add to cart.

  • OOS!

  • Lol enjoy lockdown again Victoria. Better panic buy and stock up again.

  • $1.75 for a 2 pack at IGA in catalogue sale until tomorrow night.

    • Then from Wednesdays its $1.75 in the Coles catalogue

      • -1

        Yeah, but I can't destroy the environment getting paper towels sent to me in the mail if I buy it from IGA.

  • I ordered this at 1.34pm this afternoon… didn't know it qualified to be posted as a 'bargain' here ;)

    • Only reason to is if you’re in dire need and don’t want to leave the house. That said they are super wasteful and they send a huge, almost featherweight box.

  • +1

    Its time to stop hoarding Australia its getting out of hand

    • +1

      bloody supermarkets just need to keep the damn shelves full.
      it's near empty shelves that fuels the problem

      • It won't be like last time. They will ship from u unaffected areas to fill shortage when it's not all of aus. Anyone who panic buys this time is a tool or self isolating because they are near a hot spot and (profanity) that.

        • +1

          I don't think it's about shortage of supply any more. It's people not trusting other people not to panic buy so they end up panic buying themselves, thereby setting off a vicious cycle.

          • @clx: didn't help that news.com.au had an article saying do not panic buy - most people were probably thinking what panic buying? quick, better go out and buy my stuff!

        • I live in one of the hotspots and I don’t feel the need to hoard stuff! Truly don’t understand why the people in NSW panic buy this time.

  • How many Meters are these / anyone know how they compare to tork paper towel on eBay?

  • +1

    Isn't Coles deal cheaper? Why this got more votes?

    • +1

      buying limits at supermarkets

    • +2

      also, possibly stock issues at some locations.

    • +2

      I don't know about other people, but this is definitely the way to go if you're remote and shipping is taken into account. For me to get the Coles deal I need to pay $30 delivery to get it to the freight company, then an additional $13 per box to get it delivered remotely. Amazon will deliver remotely for free with Prime.

    • +1

      Personally try & avoid going into supermarkets myself so for the price difference this is worth it.

  • They're $35 when I click the link.

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