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Does anyone know where i can buy hand sanitizer from? Are chemists getting stock?

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2 years ago
You've got more chances of getting rocking horse Shiz or eggs out of a Hen

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2 years ago
A hen is a chicken. Why wouldn't you get eggs?

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2 years ago
Check the WHO website for make your own

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2 years ago
Good luck getting rubbing alcohol

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2 years ago
Have several bottles. No luck needed

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2 years ago
It's dumb anyway use soap and water

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2 years ago
I have a couple of bottles. They were bought pre-crisis. I don't intend on making sanitiser out of them though

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2 years ago
Bickfords are now making It https://www.adelaidenow.com.au/business/sa-business-journal/bickfords-group-to-make-sanitisers-at-salisbury-factory/news-story/7aeac58f69e0f22dd85e81de917b8ae7

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2 years ago
You can order online

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2 years ago
I have about 6 bottles of rubbing alcohol and before you judge me, we are farmers and live well out of town. No we won't be needing it to make sanitiser as we rarely have contact with people but we do have plenty of accidents which need disinfectant for. When we go into town (2 or 3 times a year) we stock up. We had this supply 6 months ago so we didn't gather it during this crisis. We do have family in town so we will be giving them some bottles. We'll just wait until our next stockup to hopefully get some more but if we can't, well we'll have to figure out something else :)

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2 years ago
Mix the alcohol with aloe Vera and essential oils to make your own sanitizer. Should be 60% alcohol ratio

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2 years ago
Lol that & toilet paper are supermarket myths.....supermarket unicorns 🦄🦄🦄🦄🦄

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2 years ago
My woolies had plenty

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2 years ago
Mine doesn't. We're regional.

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2 years ago
I don’t know but remember warm soap and water, wearing gloves and staying away are also effective. If you’re out, don’t touch your face until you’ve thoroughly washed your hands.