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Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L, £8.55 (Prime) / £13.04 (nonPrime) Amazon
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Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L, £8.55 (Prime) / £13.04 (nonPrime) Amazon

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Posted 10th Mar

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Carex Dermacare Original Antibacterial Hand Wash Liquid Soap Refill 1000ml, Multipack of 3 x 1L

Works out to £2.85 per pack (cheaper than individual 250ml bottles)

1-4 weeks delivery time from Amazon UK
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Or just use soap
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71p a bottle and as it's refills, better for the environment.
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Same price at Tesco and Asda (assuming you can get them in store)
Or just use soap
Yesterday I bought couple of pouches from local Savers shop at £2.40 ish each.
Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 weeks.
GregorskyDeals10/03/2020 09:19

Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 weeks.


It has been stated in the description above.
Stardust8310/03/2020 09:32

It is soap.


what they mean is a bar of soap is just as effective and potentially cheaper.
mastermjr2004110/03/2020 09:34

what they mean is a bar of soap is just as effective and potentially …what they mean is a bar of soap is just as effective and potentially cheaper.


Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and spores often grow in soap dishes or the wet puddle you sit your soap in on the side of the sink. And how often do you wash and dry your bar of soap after use? If you don't do this then the germs are simply transferred from your hands to the bar of soap where they stay.

Liquid soaps have less drips, no cross contamination and the pump doesn't require to be cleaned as frequently as a soap dish does.
Stardust8310/03/2020 09:46

Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and …Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and spores often grow in soap dishes or the wet puddle you sit your soap in on the side of the sink. And how often do you wash and dry your bar of soap after use? If you don't do this then the germs are simply transferred from your hands to the bar of soap where they stay.Liquid soaps have less drips, no cross contamination and the pump doesn't require to be cleaned as frequently as a soap dish does.


Buy Detol bar of soap. Best of both worlds
GregorskyDeals10/03/2020 09:19

Usually dispatched within 1 to 4 weeks.


I ordered these 3 days ago & they’re being delivered on Thursday considering they’re sold out everywhere that’s not too long to wait imho, also works out cheaper & good for the environment....win, win
Edited by: "mazcymru" 10th Mar
I don't get this world. Hard to get a soap and no toilet paper in stores (can anyone explain why people buy it out? Oo)
Do they really think that coronavirus is a bacteria or what? Doesn't name coronaVIRUS give them any clue that this is pointless? I don't mean washing hands at all, it's actually good think (some might finally learn to do it in public and work toilets) but I mean buying special antibacterial soap
HavocLP10/03/2020 11:01

I don't get this world. Hard to get a soap and no toilet paper in stores …I don't get this world. Hard to get a soap and no toilet paper in stores (can anyone explain why people buy it out? Oo)Do they really think that coronavirus is a bacteria or what? Doesn't name coronaVIRUS give them any clue that this is pointless? I don't mean washing hands at all, it's actually good think (some might finally learn to do it in public and work toilets) but I mean buying special antibacterial soap


Completely agree.

Wearing a mask would be more effective since you can just breathe it in despite how clean your hands are.
CaptainZero10/03/2020 11:10

Completely agree.Wearing a mask would be more effective since you can just …Completely agree.Wearing a mask would be more effective since you can just breathe it in despite how clean your hands are.



masks for long peroids of time are infective ... As soon as moisture gets into the mask its pointless. If its loosely fitted again its pointless
Stardust8310/03/2020 09:46

Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is.


Covid-19 isn't bacteria !
Stardust8310/03/2020 09:46

Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and …Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and spores often grow in soap dishes or the wet puddle you sit your soap in on the side of the sink. And how often do you wash and dry your bar of soap after use? If you don't do this then the germs are simply transferred from your hands to the bar of soap where they stay.Liquid soaps have less drips, no cross contamination and the pump doesn't require to be cleaned as frequently as a soap dish does.



Tests show that bar soap does not leave any more bacteria on users' hands than liquid soap.

Anti-bacterial products just encourage bacteria to evolve resistance to them, and in any case are of course useless against viruses.

Most bacteria are good for you anyway. Your digestion would be absolutely screwed without bacteria, and your skin relies on a decent population of good bacteria to prevent the bad ones from colonising it.
whok184410/03/2020 10:04

Buy Detol bar of soap. Best of both worlds



I'm still working my way through an amazon warehouse deal of Dettol soap bars from 4 years ago. Just checked - 240 bars for £3.70. Came in the biggest box I've ever seen (like fridge freezer size)
Price has gone up by 12 pence, still purchased.
taras10/03/2020 11:30

Covid-19 isn't bacteria !


Who said anything about Covid-19?
Stardust8310/03/2020 11:50

Who said anything about Covid-19?


Ah! I see that you are concerned about the Abaddon Death Virus that is sweeping the world and only you have noticed. Good spot.
£5 discount as well
same price at tesco, got it yesterday.it just hand wash not shower gel
Gone.
Stardust8310/03/2020 09:46

Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and …Bar soap isn't usually anti-bacterial whereas liquid soap is. Germs and spores often grow in soap dishes or the wet puddle you sit your soap in on the side of the sink. And how often do you wash and dry your bar of soap after use? If you don't do this then the germs are simply transferred from your hands to the bar of soap where they stay.Liquid soaps have less drips, no cross contamination and the pump doesn't require to be cleaned as frequently as a soap dish does.


You know that people managed just fine when liquid soap wasn't even a thing right?
thank you op managed to order.
frish10/03/2020 13:38

You know that people managed just fine when liquid soap wasn't even a …You know that people managed just fine when liquid soap wasn't even a thing right?


Of course they did but that doesn't mean that you can't have upgrades or else we'd still be driving about in horse and carts!

Personally, I prefer liquid dispensers because they cause less mess and are easier to clean around but of course everyone has their own preferences.
looks to be available to order again - delivery from 20 march to 2 April though.
Edited by: "redrhino" 10th Mar
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Looks like they can’t fulfil these!
BanjoBob18/03/2020 10:46

[Image] Looks like they can’t fulfil these!


yeah got the same email, although their suppliers are probably thinking that once they have obtained more they can then sell for a much inflated price.
cancelled email received, they will just be profiteering on a different platform
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