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Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleanser - 1.2 Litre Refill Pouch £2 @ Morrisons
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Dettol Antibacterial Surface Cleanser - 1.2 Litre Refill Pouch £2 @ Morrisons

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Posted 9th Apr

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Please shop responsibly. As Coronavirus uncertainty develops, we are seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please do consider others - we all need to work together to ensure everyone gets what they need. So please don’t stockpile, and perhaps offer to help older neighbours, family or friends by sourcing items for them.

1200ml/1.2L refill pouch of Dettol surface cleanser reduced to £2 at Morrisons and currently in stock. Limited to 3 per customer.


Information:
Suitable for: Chopping boards, High chairs, Changing mats, Fridge, Bins, Kitchens sink, Baths & taps, Toilet seats

Kills 99.9% of bacteria and viruses***
Dettol Anti-Bacterial Surface Cleanser is proven to kill Bacteria
E.coli
S.aureus
Listeria
Campylobacter
P.aerughosa
MRSA
Salmonella
Viruses***
Influenza - Type A H1N1, Human Coronavirus and RSV.
Kills E. coli, Salmonella, MRSA, Rotavirus, ***Flu virus (H1N1), ***Cold virus (Human Cornonavirus and RSV).

Dettol Anti-Bacterial Surface Cleanser is proven to remove Allergens
Pollen Particles
Dust Mites
Pet Dander
No beach, no taint, no odour, Suitable to use where food is prepared, Removes 90% of allergens
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omones09/04/2020 11:51

£1 in Asda


Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will not be visiting again whilst Covid-19 is still with us. There is no control by ASDA staff to control social distancing of customers despite them saying to follow the arrows in store and keep 2 metres apart. Absolute joke! The ASDA delivery driver I had delivering goods to me this week wasn't wearing gloves, as neither were the staff in ASDA Rawtenstall!
I have heard that Morrisons isn't that good at controlling social distancing in their stores either. Jeremy Vine on TV today had several callers quoting this, and my sister went into her local Morrisons and confirmed the lack of control by management and staff.
This may be be getting off the point of this thread but it's important that people know that some supermarkets are not practicing what they preach.
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£1 in Asda
omones09/04/2020 11:51

£1 in Asda


No its not. Please check again.

OP have some heat. Half price this one.
omones09/04/2020 11:51

£1 in Asda


Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will not be visiting again whilst Covid-19 is still with us. There is no control by ASDA staff to control social distancing of customers despite them saying to follow the arrows in store and keep 2 metres apart. Absolute joke! The ASDA delivery driver I had delivering goods to me this week wasn't wearing gloves, as neither were the staff in ASDA Rawtenstall!
I have heard that Morrisons isn't that good at controlling social distancing in their stores either. Jeremy Vine on TV today had several callers quoting this, and my sister went into her local Morrisons and confirmed the lack of control by management and staff.
This may be be getting off the point of this thread but it's important that people know that some supermarkets are not practicing what they preach.
omones09/04/2020 11:51

£1 in Asda


What are you talking about? Got the 550ml spray bottle for £2.87 from Asda 3 days ago. Not impressed with my purchase if this is £1 at Asda...
Edited by: "sheffield788" 9th Apr
Voted hot, this is a very good price.
richt09/04/2020 12:12

Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will …Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will not be visiting again whilst Covid-19 is still with us. There is no control by ASDA staff to control social distancing of customers despite them saying to follow the arrows in store and keep 2 metres apart. Absolute joke! The ASDA delivery driver I had delivering goods to me this week wasn't wearing gloves, as neither were the staff in ASDA Rawtenstall!I have heard that Morrisons isn't that good at controlling social distancing in their stores either. Jeremy Vine on TV today had several callers quoting this, and my sister went into her local Morrisons and confirmed the lack of control by management and staff.This may be be getting off the point of this thread but it's important that people know that some supermarkets are not practicing what they preach.


What difference does it make wearing gloves the second they touch something they are no longer sterile. Better to have regular hand washing or alcohol gel
I bought 2 @ £1 each from my asda wrexham and we have all measures in place 2 metres apart one way round the Isles but it's the staff that are collecting for online orders that don't follow any rules which annoyed me
Wearing gloves is pointless
richt09/04/2020 12:12

Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will …Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will not be visiting again whilst Covid-19 is still with us. There is no control by ASDA staff to control social distancing of customers despite them saying to follow the arrows in store and keep 2 metres apart. Absolute joke! The ASDA delivery driver I had delivering goods to me this week wasn't wearing gloves, as neither were the staff in ASDA Rawtenstall!I have heard that Morrisons isn't that good at controlling social distancing in their stores either. Jeremy Vine on TV today had several callers quoting this, and my sister went into her local Morrisons and confirmed the lack of control by management and staff.This may be be getting off the point of this thread but it's important that people know that some supermarkets are not practicing what they preach.


Someone's having a fit. Gloves is their own choice for their own protection not yours it's not mandatory and the control is broken by the customer not the supermarket.
Thank you.
MR112309/04/2020 13:06

Someone's having a fit. Gloves is their own choice for their own …Someone's having a fit. Gloves is their own choice for their own protection not yours it's not mandatory and the control is broken by the customer not the supermarket.


Who will be having a fit if they contract Covid-19?
£1 in my local Asda aswell
omones09/04/2020 11:51

£1 in Asda


Are you sure? It was £4 when I was there yesterday
I bought this for £3
Wall-E09/04/2020 12:00

No its not. Please check again. OP have some heat. Half price this one.


I bought 2 last week £1 each from asda.
Darshan_rs10/04/2020 06:44

I bought 2 last week £1 each from asda.


Thats 550ml. This is 1200ml.
Wall-E10/04/2020 08:01

Thats 550ml. This is 1200ml.


I bought 1200ml each for the price I mentioned.
richt09/04/2020 12:12

Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will …Yes, but I went into my local ASDA store in Rawtenstall yesterday and will not be visiting again whilst Covid-19 is still with us. There is no control by ASDA staff to control social distancing of customers despite them saying to follow the arrows in store and keep 2 metres apart. Absolute joke! The ASDA delivery driver I had delivering goods to me this week wasn't wearing gloves, as neither were the staff in ASDA Rawtenstall!I have heard that Morrisons isn't that good at controlling social distancing in their stores either. Jeremy Vine on TV today had several callers quoting this, and my sister went into her local Morrisons and confirmed the lack of control by management and staff.This may be be getting off the point of this thread but it's important that people know that some supermarkets are not practicing what they preach.


Yes many posts on LinkedIn, one of which mine, slating morrisons. Surely it will come to the point where court cases start popping up
richt09/04/2020 15:19

Who will be having a fit if they contract Covid-19?


That's the appropriate time to have a fit.
MR112310/04/2020 12:26

That's the appropriate time to have a fit.


But it won't be me having a fit if supermarket staff contract Covid-19!
Zodealo09/04/2020 12:42

What difference does it make wearing gloves the second they touch …What difference does it make wearing gloves the second they touch something they are no longer sterile. Better to have regular hand washing or alcohol gel


Try to use alcohol on your hands every day, the result is that your hands will get burned.
Now use alcohol gel on gloves. Does it help? YES
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