@TheMonkeyKing Amazon and Walmart go in and out of stock. I had no luck with Costco either, plenty of times allowing me to add to the cart but then checkout would fail. Amazon and Walmart have allowed me to buy without having to hunt at stores. Look every few days, stuff goes in and out of stock and typically ships before estimated dates.
@sjk3@Stallion, you’re merely lookin fo wipes ‘in all da wrong place’ !! I find dim everywhere when I’m asleep, ,… it’s 'what I’m dreami of’!! Just kidding, I have some CLOROX Disinfecting Wipes in my little boy’s room, aka, my bathroom!! Yes,… unused!! I purchased mine, but, FYI, you Can take a ziplock bag, go to Walmart, and load up at the entance, cart center!!
@hchavers@Trinityscrew, excuse me for misspelling a word by one letter! I can get technical ass well! I doubt you’re asking for a friend downwind & BTW, you didn’t even bother mentioning that ‘Capiche’ is an American misspelling of the Italian word, ‘Capisce’!! Therefore, maybe you oughta [ought to] fukn retire as Word Police Nazi! I know sarasm too, JSYK!!
For those who don’t know, from the writeup, banks can and will reject you trying to give them a sack of pennies. They like to require you to purchase coin-roll paper and painstakingly roll the coins into bundles, I think just to avoid having to deal with it because who’s going to do that?
If you have a good bank or credit union they might have a machine into which you can pour a medium-sized sack of pennies and it will count them and credit them to your account without charging a fee.
It’s also technically a crime to melt the pennies and make them into something more valuable, such as a large solid metal poop emoji.
@ravenblack This also has much to do with paying a teller to count your coins. If it is pre-rolled, there is no guarantee that you filled them properly, but missing a penny here or there is still less costly to the bank than paying someone to count and stack coins. It also has a negative impact on customer service, as a teller is essentially taken out of rotation until said coins are tallied.
@ravenblack Back in the day, you could fuck with the Coinstars at your local mart by unplugging the ethernet cable but selecting Amazon/whatever (no percentage deduction) and it would spit out a ticket you could take to customer service for full money.
So I’ve heard. Also, good credit unions still have coin machines.
… there are no hand sanitizers, including those containing benzalkonium chloride, that are legally marketed specifically for the prevention or treatment of COVID-19. Hand sanitizers using active ingredients other than alcohol (ethanol), isopropyl alcohol, or benzalkonium chloride are not legally marketed, and FDA recommends that consumers avoid their use.
Never said they claimed it. I saw some earlier comments asking about it and wanted to add info from FDA to clarify what these wipes could (kill bacteria) and couldn’t do (destroy viruses). CDC and FDA both confirm that bleach and Lysol destroys viruses. Bleach has chlorine, don’t know what Lysol uses, but it’s effective according to those who should know.
@MostlyHarmless, you’re right, you never said they claimed the wipes could kill viruses & I called myself also trying to clarify what they could & couldn’t kill. As you correctly stated, these are strictly anti-bacterial wipes. I actually bought these to use for their intended purpose. Not every ocassion around my house calls for killing viruses and after killing a few dreaded virus hombres the bacteria are still wallowing all over everything until I introduce them to some of my other anti- bacterial wipes!! Before they die they’re probably thinking, “Hey, I thought he was just killing those viruses!!”