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Superdrug antibacterial handy wipes 80 pack £1.53 @ Superdrug, free order & collect
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Superdrug antibacterial handy wipes 80 pack £1.53 @ Superdrug, free order & collect

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Posted 28th FebEdited by:"Magda111"

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Good price for a big pack of antibacterial wipes which you can use on your skin. Also available in selected stores but you can only buy them on for order and collect within 5 days (2nd delivery option).
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toonarmani28/02/2020 07:38

Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but …Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...


It's to use them when no soap & water is available. Do you have kids? Mine are constantly grabbing stuff they shouldn't and it's not always possible to wash their hands when out and about
Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol wipes etc which cannot ne recycled. Soap and water or hand sanitiser gel is far better. Sorry OP.
Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...
toonarmani28/02/2020 07:38

Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but …Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...


I wouldn't use this method of hand cleansing, but it's much easier than carrying a bowl of soap and water to clean your hands after being on public transport.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 28th Feb
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Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...
toonarmani28/02/2020 07:38

Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but …Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...


I wouldn't use this method of hand cleansing, but it's much easier than carrying a bowl of soap and water to clean your hands after being on public transport.
Edited by: "Predikuesi" 28th Feb
Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol wipes etc which cannot ne recycled. Soap and water or hand sanitiser gel is far better. Sorry OP.
toonarmani28/02/2020 07:38

Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but …Not sure if this has only been posted due to coronovirus concerns, but what’s wrong with soap and water? Saves creating more landfill as well ...


It's to use them when no soap & water is available. Do you have kids? Mine are constantly grabbing stuff they shouldn't and it's not always possible to wash their hands when out and about
Predikuesi28/02/2020 07:42

I wouldn't use this method of hand cleansing, but it's much easier than …I wouldn't use this method of hand cleansing, but it's much easier than carrying a bowl of soap and water to clean your hands after being on public transport.


Wear gloves if you're that worried, along with your face mask.
diamond32128/02/2020 07:42

Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol …Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol wipes etc which cannot ne recycled. Soap and water or hand sanitiser gel is far better. Sorry OP.


I understand but if your kids get hands mucky when you're out even sanitiser is not always practical. You put it on and what do you wipe the dirt off with? Your own skirt, trousers or a normal tissue that disintegrates when wet? PS. I'd love to know what your suggestion for cleaning a dirty baby bottom is if baby wipes are a no-no?
Edited by: "Magda111" 28th Feb
Corona VIRUS. AntiBACTERIAl wipes.
peroxidase28/02/2020 07:51

Corona VIRUS. AntiBACTERIAl wipes.


Let them ride the wave of panic. To sell their product.
janenmark28/02/2020 11:53

https://www-mirror-co-uk.cdn.ampproject.org/v/s/www.mirror.co.uk/science/using-much-hand-sanitiser-could-21587408.amp?amp_js_v=a3&amp_gsa=1&usqp=mq331AQCKAE%3D#aoh=15828906126582&amp_ct=1582890681708&referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com&amp_tf=From%20%251%24s&ampshare=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.mirror.co.uk%2Fscience%2Fusing-much-hand-sanitiser-could-21587408


''The spokesperson explained: “Of course, it is necessary to wash hands and use alcohol-based hand sanitisers in order to reduce transmission of the new virus, but overdoing anything is not good.”

No-one here suggests you should use wipes or sanitisers when you can wash your hands with good old soap and water. It's common sense.
they have similar in Home and Bargain, 2x25 for 1GBP
Edited by: "flipper118" 28th Feb
Magda11128/02/2020 07:43

It's to use them when no soap & water is available. Do you have kids? …It's to use them when no soap & water is available. Do you have kids? Mine are constantly grabbing stuff they shouldn't and it's not always possible to wash their hands when out and about


Yes I am a Mother and do not use baby wipes or any other non biodegradable wipes to clean hands. Use a gel sanitiser.
Edited by: "diamond321" 28th Feb
Magda11128/02/2020 07:50

I understand but if your kids get hands mucky when you're out even …I understand but if your kids get hands mucky when you're out even sanitiser is not always practical. You put it on and what do you wipe the dirt off with? Your own skirt, trousers or a normal tissue that disintegrates when wet? PS. I'd love to know what your suggestion for cleaning a dirty baby bottom is if baby wipes are a no-no?


amazon.co.uk/Bio…6QW
Wet wipes aren'tbiodegradable, so it could take 100 years or more for them to disappear from landfill. Even worse, all too often people flushwipes down the toilet, so they end up clogging up sewers, damaging marine life and littering our beaches. But it doesn't have to be this way.
diamond32128/02/2020 16:01

Wet wipes aren'tbiodegradable, so it could take 100 years or more for them …Wet wipes aren'tbiodegradable, so it could take 100 years or more for them to disappear from landfill. Even worse, all too often people flushwipes down the toilet, so they end up clogging up sewers, damaging marine life and littering our beaches. But it doesn't have to be this way.


Yes, you're right but no-one here has ever criticized a fast food deal even though fat in sewers is a major problem and costs thousands if not millions to fix. I've never seen anyone say don't buy the beef joint which is half price because cows produce methane. How about people buying more clothes than they ever need or will even wear? I bet lots of them go to landfill too. Yet, I've not seen anyone criticizing a clothing deal. How about crisps and the packaging including pringles which up till now wasn't recycled? I can carry on and on... It's easy get on your high horse to pick fault with anything if you want to.
diamond32128/02/2020 07:42

Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol …Voted cold im afraid as I am fed up of seeing posts for baby wipes, dettol wipes etc which cannot ne recycled. Soap and water or hand sanitiser gel is far better. Sorry OP.


Trying going into any shop now and buying some hand sanitiser gel, you'll find nearly all shelves empty.
AgentDaleCooper28/02/2020 21:04

Trying going into any shop now and buying some hand sanitiser gel, you'll …Trying going into any shop now and buying some hand sanitiser gel, you'll find nearly all shelves empty.


Its same where I live nearly all supermarkets have sold out of it and i was very lucky to get some from my local jacks supermarket. People are starting to panic buy and in my local lidl all cheap soup and beans have gone and most tined items are low stock and dry foods are going and tins of fruit almost gone. Got a feeling it will get worse next week.
Edited by: "dunny06" 28th Feb
diamond32128/02/2020 23:07

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How many people take soap and water to a public place where you touch things then you touch your face. self serving tills are everywhere and germs/viruses can be transferred and maybe hand gels and antibacterial gels can reduce the risk of passing it on. I for one since this dreadful outbreak have started to use hand gel at self service tills. Better to be safe than sorry.
This won't do anything against Coronavirus, it's an anti-bacterial wipe, you need an anti-viral wipe (like the Dettol ones)
jeannot1829/02/2020 00:36

This won't do anything against Coronavirus, it's an anti-bacterial wipe, …This won't do anything against Coronavirus, it's an anti-bacterial wipe, you need an anti-viral wipe (like the Dettol ones)


Very strong vodka will do the job
jeannot1829/02/2020 00:36

This won't do anything against Coronavirus, it's an anti-bacterial wipe, …This won't do anything against Coronavirus, it's an anti-bacterial wipe, you need an anti-viral wipe (like the Dettol ones)


Dettol wipes: Ingredients. 100 g of product contains 0.37g Benzalkonium Chloride, Disinfectant, Parfum

Superdrug wipes:
Aqua
Propylene Glycol
Betaine
Glycerin
Polysorbate 20
Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E)
PEG-35 Castor Oil
Sodium Gluconate
Sodium Citrate
Benzalkonium Chloride
Phenoxyethanol
Benzoic Acid
Dehydroacetic Acid
Parfum
Citric Acid

I would say they should do.
fattyflumpalump29/02/2020 21:51

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.nottinghampost.com/takeaway-mansfield-road-fined-blocking-2445653.ampYou must have a better class of takeaway


Yeah, I've been firmly told this doesn't happen...
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