4-Pack Germ-X Hand Sanitizer 32Oz

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Amazon.com has Germ-X Hand Sanitizer, Original, 32 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 4), 128 Fl Ounce for $22.91. Shipping is free.

Target has Germ-X Hand Sanitizer Fresh Citrus available: (2oz - $0.99), and 8oz - $1.99; and 32oz - $5.99.

Posted April 21, 2020 at 12:11 PM EDT
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By anonymous on 01/28/2021, 04:59 AM EST
This is crap. I bougt twice, more than a dozen. The bottles are not sealed, with different amount liquid. it is very watery, not gel feeling. Read the Amazon reviews, they are bad. some people even report received bottles that are re-used with broken seal. how can you trust such a company? Definitely go with Purell. Purell price has dropped to normal now. //@anonymous: Is this a good deal? comparing some other 75% alcohol in it. //@Anonymous: Why pay this much when you can buy a gallon of same brand from Costco for $15. I just bought it the other day.

By anonymous on 01/27/2021, 02:05 PM EST
Is this a good deal? comparing some other 75% alcohol in it. //@Anonymous: Why pay this much when you can buy a gallon of same brand from Costco for $15. I just bought it the other day.

By anonymous on 01/27/2021, 10:49 AM EST
Why pay this much when you can buy a gallon of same brand from Costco for $15. I just bought it the other day.

By anonymous on 01/27/2021, 10:41 AM EST
This is my favorite hand sanitizer. Does not have strong smell. Not sticky. Gentle on hands.

By anonymous on 09/28/2020, 06:52 PM EDT
No, very slight odor. //@Anonymous: Do these have strong alcohol odor?

By anonymous on 09/27/2020, 10:56 AM EDT
Do these have strong alcohol odor?

By anonymous on 08/31/2020, 08:24 PM EDT
Got Purell 1 liter bottles last week for $6, haven't seen any since. //@Anonymous: Target has 33oz Purell for $6.50 //@anonymous: Where did you get it.. unable to find in VA //@Ricky2103: Got Purell 33oz for 6.00

By anonymous on 08/24/2020, 04:37 PM EDT
Target has 33oz Purell for $6.50 //@anonymous: Where did you get it.. unable to find in VA //@Ricky2103: Got Purell 33oz for 6.00

By anonymous on 08/23/2020, 11:06 AM EDT
Where did you get it.. unable to find in VA //@Ricky2103: Got Purell 33oz for 6.00

By Ricky2103 on 08/22/2020, 07:59 AM EDT
Got Purell 33oz for 6.00

By anonymous on 08/17/2020, 06:16 PM EDT
Where did you buy it for $6? //@Anonymous: Bought several 33.8oz Purell locally last week ~$6 each. I thought the shortage is over. Not?

By anonymous on 08/16/2020, 05:49 PM EDT
bought 33oz Purell bjs last week, and i see a lot Purell local store too, but abit expensive like 33oz $11

By anonymous on 08/16/2020, 01:36 PM EDT
Bought several 33.8oz Purell locally last week ~$6 each. I thought the shortage is over. Not?

By anonymous on 08/16/2020, 12:27 PM EDT
I bought at Costco $7.99 for 64 oz

By anonymous on 08/10/2020, 04:27 AM EDT
everybody knows, no need to lol. germ-x now is much more watery than before. you can argue that as long as the ethanol is still 70%, then still effective. other people's concerns are, if the manufacturer diluted the gel, they may also diluted the alcohol, you never know. this company is not trustworthy based on how they deliver products recently. By the way, germ-x officially claims its products contain 62% alcohol, not 70%. //@szjalo: lol for the ppl complaining watery: the most effective disinfects like 70% ethanol, 10% bleach are all "watery". the gel like feeling really because of the inactive ingredients they added in the senitizer. the low viscosity has nothing to do with effectiveness. I suspect they make sanitizer "watery" simply that you can consume more each time. like toothpaste with wide opening...

By szjalo on 08/09/2020, 04:17 PM EDT
lol for the ppl complaining watery: the most effective disinfects like 70% ethanol, 10% bleach are all "watery". the gel like feeling really because of the inactive ingredients they added in the senitizer. the low viscosity has nothing to do with effectiveness. I suspect they make sanitizer "watery" simply that you can consume more each time. like toothpaste with wide opening...

By anonymous on 08/09/2020, 10:31 AM EDT
They should emphasize the GERM and not the X //@Anonymous: In a situation like this (that hand sanitizers are selling at a rate that their CEOs could not even dream of,) instead of understanding the hardship we all are in it together, they are trying to increase their profit margin by selling watered down version of germX at the same price. They are not even bothering to seal the bottles just to increase their profit. My wife bought a bottle of Germ-X from Walmart and that was watery too. I told her probably they are making Germ-X in China now :)

By anonymous on 08/06/2020, 03:22 PM EDT
the same thing sold in Walgreens and target. there are enough on the shelves. not recommended though. it is too watery, not sure if it is effective. //@anonymous: I got the last one! WoW!

By anonymous on 08/06/2020, 03:09 PM EDT
"intact" means the bottles are sealed with the foil? the piece you have to peel off before first time use. from the review, almost every body got bottles with no seal. //@anonymous: Sorry to hear, all mine came intact. Hope you got a refund! //@anonymous: bad packaging, not sealed, leaking, damaged, re-used lid with broken seal, watery, no pmump.... I ordered twice from Amazon, run into all these issues with germ-x. I don't think it is a responsible company, I don't trust the quality of it's product. now I diy my own hand sanitizer, much safer. just buy food grad proof 200 ethyl alcohol, or buy proof 170 grain alcohol, mix with aloe vera gel. it is much safer and cheaper, and guaranteed to be effective.

By anonymous on 08/06/2020, 02:39 PM EDT
Where did you buy the food grad proof 200 ethyl alcohol? //@anonymous: bad packaging, not sealed, leaking, damaged, re-used lid with broken seal, watery, no pmump.... I ordered twice from Amazon, run into all these issues with germ-x. I don't think it is a responsible company, I don't trust the quality of it's product. now I diy my own hand sanitizer, much safer. just buy food grad proof 200 ethyl alcohol, or buy proof 170 grain alcohol, mix with aloe vera gel. it is much safer and cheaper, and guaranteed to be effective.

By anonymous on 07/31/2020, 04:54 PM EDT
In a situation like this (that hand sanitizers are selling at a rate that their CEOs could not even dream of,) instead of understanding the hardship we all are in it together, they are trying to increase their profit margin by selling watered down version of germX at the same price. They are not even bothering to seal the bottles just to increase their profit. My wife bought a bottle of Germ-X from Walmart and that was watery too. I told her probably they are making Germ-X in China now :)

By anonymous on 07/31/2020, 04:10 PM EDT
Sorry to hear, all mine came intact. Hope you got a refund! //@anonymous: bad packaging, not sealed, leaking, damaged, re-used lid with broken seal, watery, no pmump.... I ordered twice from Amazon, run into all these issues with germ-x. I don't think it is a responsible company, I don't trust the quality of it's product. now I diy my own hand sanitizer, much safer. just buy food grad proof 200 ethyl alcohol, or buy proof 170 grain alcohol, mix with aloe vera gel. it is much safer and cheaper, and guaranteed to be effective.

By anonymous on 07/31/2020, 03:27 AM EDT
bad packaging, not sealed, leaking, damaged, re-used lid with broken seal, watery, no pmump.... I ordered twice from Amazon, run into all these issues with germ-x. I don't think it is a responsible company, I don't trust the quality of it's product. now I diy my own hand sanitizer, much safer. just buy food grad proof 200 ethyl alcohol, or buy proof 170 grain alcohol, mix with aloe vera gel. it is much safer and cheaper, and guaranteed to be effective.

By anonymous on 07/13/2020, 05:02 AM EDT
OOS again :(

By anonymous on 05/08/2020, 05:41 PM EDT
There IS enough ETHANOL alcohol. CDC recommendation is 60% or above.... Learn your alcohols people. There are more then one. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/prevent-getting-sick/prevention.html?CDC_AA_refVal=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.cdc.gov%2Fcoronavirus%2F2019-ncov%2Fprepare%2Fprevention.html

By anonymous on 05/01/2020, 10:02 PM EDT
Weight or Volume? //@anonymous: You're contradicting yourself. You said Ethyl needs to be higher than 60% and this product is 63%... last time I checked that's higher.... So much misguided information in the comments. Yes, this will be effective against COVID-19. Still the most effective method is washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. //@Anonymous: Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/25/2020, 05:12 AM EDT
I got the last one! WoW!

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:54 PM EDT
Wear gloves when you work, wash your hands when you see a public restroom and then change gloves. If you don't have gloves, just don't touch your face all the time //@anonymous: I am an essential worker right now. I’m out on the streets. There are no rest rooms available now, no less a sink with soap and warm water. Hand sanitizer has to due for now. I’m running out and there is none in any store. //@anonymous: Those 60%-70% alcohol based products including purell never made on EPA's list for killing coronavirus. It is surely useful to kill bacteria when you cannot wash your hands. But for viruses, don't count on it

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:42 PM EDT
I am an essential worker right now. I’m out on the streets. There are no rest rooms available now, no less a sink with soap and warm water. Hand sanitizer has to due for now. I’m running out and there is none in any store. //@anonymous: Those 60%-70% alcohol based products including purell never made on EPA's list for killing coronavirus. It is surely useful to kill bacteria when you cannot wash your hands. But for viruses, don't count on it

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 01:37 PM EDT
Copied from CDC.gov: “Hand washing mechanically removes pathogens, while laboratory data demonstrate that 60% ethanol and 70% isopropanol, the active ingredients in CDC-recommended alcohol-based hand sanitizers, inactivates viruses that are genetically related to, and with similar physical properties as, the 2019-nCoV.”

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 01:08 PM EDT
Those 60%-70% alcohol based products including purell never made on EPA's list for killing coronavirus. It is surely useful to kill bacteria when you cannot wash your hands. But for viruses, don't count on it

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 01:08 PM EDT
Hunger marketing strategy, making you feel that you are lucky grabbing the product. //@Anonymous: Why does the supply of this product on and off so frequently?

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:38 PM EDT
placed order.....says will be delivered by May 22.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:32 PM EDT
You're contradicting yourself. You said Ethyl needs to be higher than 60% and this product is 63%... last time I checked that's higher.... So much misguided information in the comments. Yes, this will be effective against COVID-19. Still the most effective method is washing your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. //@Anonymous: Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:30 PM EDT
CDC recommends the use of alcohol-based hand sanitizers with greater than 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol as the preferred form of hand hygiene

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:10 PM EDT
Can you just add alcohol into it to make the percentage higher? //@Anonymous: Read carefully, CDC guideline of using 60-95% alcohol is for killing germs. Viruses are not germs (aka bacteria), viruses don't have a cell structure and won't grow unless getting into the host.
//@Anonymous: Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:07 PM EDT
In Jan, FDA asked Purell (70% alcohol): Stop claiming your hand sanitizers help eliminate Ebola, MRSA & Flu. The reason is that 70% alcohol won't do much on viruses, but effective on germs. //@Anonymous: Read carefully, CDC guideline of using 60-95% alcohol is for killing germs. Viruses are not germs (aka bacteria), viruses don't have a cell structure and won't grow unless getting into the host.
//@Anonymous: Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 12:00 PM EDT
Read carefully, CDC guideline of using 60-95% alcohol is for killing germs. Viruses are not germs (aka bacteria), viruses don't have a cell structure and won't grow unless getting into the host.
//@Anonymous: Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 11:44 AM EDT
Why does the supply of this product on and off so frequently?

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 07:58 AM EDT
Per the CDC:

Ethyl alcohol needs to be 60% or higher

Isopropanol alcohol needs to be 70% or higher

This product is ethly 63%. //@anonymous: Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 07:03 AM EDT
Thank U Deal Sea

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 06:59 AM EDT
Not 70% alcohol. Be aware.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:35 AM EDT
In stock now again.

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:22 AM EDT
just placed order mid may delivery

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:21 AM EDT
You are right //@Anonymous: laboratory data demonstrate that 60% ethanol and 70% isopropanol, the active ingredients in CDC-recommended alcohol-based hand sanitizers... //@anonymous: 63% alcohol is not enough, normally 70% //@Anonymous: that disappeared fast...

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 02:00 AM EDT
??dealsea??????

By anonymous on 04/24/2020, 01:59 AM EDT
Placed an order 11:00PT

By anonymous on 04/23/2020, 10:11 PM EDT
Oos

By anonymous on 04/23/2020, 09:02 AM EDT
Order place 9:00 am

By anonymous on 04/23/2020, 02:20 AM EDT
laboratory data demonstrate that 60% ethanol and 70% isopropanol, the active ingredients in CDC-recommended alcohol-based hand sanitizers... //@anonymous: 63% alcohol is not enough, normally 70% //@Anonymous: that disappeared fast...

By anonymous on 04/23/2020, 01:52 AM EDT
order placed

By anonymous on 04/23/2020, 12:15 AM EDT
Finally. Ordered one today. Delivery Mid-May but good for me! Thanks

By anonymous on 04/22/2020, 12:23 PM EDT
never had the luck! lol.

By anonymous on 04/22/2020, 11:26 AM EDT
be careful, CDC says at least 60%, doesn't say 60% is sufficient //@anonymous: CDC recommended 60% and up. //@anonymous: 63% alcohol is not enough, normally 70% //@Anonymous: that disappeared fast...

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 11:25 PM EDT
CDC recommended 60% and up. //@anonymous: 63% alcohol is not enough, normally 70% //@Anonymous: that disappeared fast...

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 05:32 PM EDT
63% alcohol is not enough, normally 70% //@Anonymous: that disappeared fast...

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 05:25 PM EDT
Back!

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 04:49 PM EDT
4 * 32oz

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 03:46 PM EDT
63%......

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 02:07 PM EDT
Gone //@anonymous: back!

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 12:48 PM EDT
back!

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 12:27 PM EDT
In less than 5 mins lol

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 12:22 PM EDT
sold out!!

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 12:19 PM EDT
Gone

By anonymous on 04/21/2020, 12:17 PM EDT
that disappeared fast...

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