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Each box contains 2 x Carex Handwash Professional Original 5 litre

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Jeez, pick these up for about £5-7 each at Costco! 😳
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Jeez, pick these up for about £5-7 each at Costco! 😳
Btw if anyone has a Costco membership they have these back in stock for £8.83 each, picked up some this morning.
Cramsteems06/06/2020 19:41

Btw if anyone has a Costco membership they have these back in stock for …Btw if anyone has a Costco membership they have these back in stock for £8.83 each, picked up some this morning.


Costco is 250 mile round trip for me
marshall-stephens06/06/2020 19:40

Jeez, pick these up for about £5-7 each at Costco! 😳


Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.

They are around £8 I think after VAT. So two would be for around £16 and factor in a 10kg postage and packing (2 x 5L) for £6, I wonder what the seller is making as profit?

Almost nothing.
Edited by: "capricornianz" 6th Jun
marshall-stephens06/06/2020 19:40

Jeez, pick these up for about £5-7 each at Costco! 😳


Just about to say the same, picked up one today. I think £7.99
Lot of reviews say its thin like its diluted? Concerning...
capricornianz06/06/2020 20:00

Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I …Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I think after VAT. So two would be for around £16 and factor in a 10kg postage and packing (2 x 5L) for £6, I wonder what the seller is making as profit? Almost nothing.


Sold and despatched by Amazon so the delivery cost will be minimal to them - they will buy in Costco quantities so will be making a bigger profit than they do I would think!
overpriced and everyone buying is supporting this nonsense
Just over this price last September (when I last bought) and had gone out of stock when I was going to buy in March (surprise, surprise) but then I found the second bottle tucked away behind some other stuff, so didn't need to panic. It is good to see it has come back down to a sensible price for those who aren't Costco members or don't have one near.

Certainly wasn't thin and runny when I have bought before, if anything it is a bit like jelly and and it can be a pain to decant it into the little pump bottles we have around the house. Two 5l bottles last us just over a year, but hopefully Beavers will be starting up again later in the year and we'll end up going through loads with them each week.
capricornianz06/06/2020 20:00

Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I …Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I think after VAT. So two would be for around £16 and factor in a 10kg postage and packing (2 x 5L) for £6, I wonder what the seller is making as profit? Almost nothing.


So it’s not really “free delivery” then.
capricornianz06/06/2020 20:00

Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I …Yes you are correct that they are cheaper in Costco.They are around £8 I think after VAT. So two would be for around £16 and factor in a 10kg postage and packing (2 x 5L) for £6, I wonder what the seller is making as profit? Almost nothing.


They probably got it direct from manufacturer, so it will be < £8.
Not sure about costco comments. These are 13 quid each
Carex has completely blistered my hands! Anyone recommend a good anti-bacterial hand wash that will cause little or no irritation to delicate hands!
Actually now is almost cheapest on amazon and I paid for 1l £2.85 in Tesco as normally £250 Would be £1 ish 41003104-94e2p.jpg
savedosh2day06/06/2020 23:03

Carex has completely blistered my hands! Anyone recommend a good …Carex has completely blistered my hands! Anyone recommend a good anti-bacterial hand wash that will cause little or no irritation to delicate hands!


Get the sensitive ones and if you follow the wash your hand thing every 20 mins you will need to put lotion on every 20mins lol

Edit: reading reviews this is a poorer quality than their normal small size ones and it makes your hands dry from reading reviews. I do find the big packs like these are poorer quality as I've bought big ariel and even big bags of Pg tips and yes the quality is definitely different so I would believe the reviews. Maybe you can try the normal size. If you have, just switch brands or go sensitive.
Edited by: "MR1123" 6th Jun
Cheaper at Costco and have bought it at half this price previously
Have used this and decanted into smaller bottles. Mind you still using the one from about 2 years ago. It wasn't thin and runny. As othert posters have said this was jelly like and not easy to put into smaller bottles- I use a syringe so this takes time. But didn't cause any reaction to my hands (and I have very sensitive skin).
savedosh2day06/06/2020 23:03

Carex has completely blistered my hands! Anyone recommend a good …Carex has completely blistered my hands! Anyone recommend a good anti-bacterial hand wash that will cause little or no irritation to delicate hands!


Don't know if it'll help but I bought the following:

Dettol with E45 Anti-Bacterial Handwash, Rose and Shea Butter, 250 ml

Admittedly I then tend to use this in combination with the following handcream:

Garnier Skin Naturals Handrepair Intensive Restoring Hand Cream, 100ml
Cheapasnowt07/06/2020 00:13

Have used this and decanted into smaller bottles. Mind you still using the …Have used this and decanted into smaller bottles. Mind you still using the one from about 2 years ago. It wasn't thin and runny. As othert posters have said this was jelly like and not easy to put into smaller bottles- I use a syringe so this takes time. But didn't cause any reaction to my hands (and I have very sensitive skin).


I keep mine in the garage and as you say it is like jelly and hard to decant but I’ve found if you put it in a warm room for a bit to bring up to room temperature it pours much easier
marshall-stephens06/06/2020 19:40

Jeez, pick these up for about £5-7 each at Costco! 😳


It would take me 4 hours just to drive to the nearest one.

Not everyone has a Costco around the corner...
Edited by: "WeeWifie" 7th Jun
Everyone should have this and save bit of plastic by reusing dispenser or buy from Ikea ikea.com/gb/…03/
WeeWifie07/06/2020 09:38

It would take me 4 hours just to drive to the nearest one.Not everyone has …It would take me 4 hours just to drive to the nearest one.Not everyone has a Costco around the corner...


Totally aware of that...
WeeWifie07/06/2020 09:38

It would take me 4 hours just to drive to the nearest one.Not everyone has …It would take me 4 hours just to drive to the nearest one.Not everyone has a Costco around the corner...


It helps the people who do.
MR112307/06/2020 11:31

It helps the people who do.


I know and it's fab, if folk can use Costco.
It was more the jeez comment, written like everyone has access to a Costco.

Seen it before on here, many times. People thinking everyone can just nip to a Costco, Wilko or whatever. And some then vote such posts cold because "costco does it cheaper!" comments, without realising/thinking that maybe people don't have access to it. And so the deal post is actually the cheapest possible, for some people.

Was just giving the other side of the coin really.
Edited by: "WeeWifie" 7th Jun
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