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Where to buy Clorox Wipes

Where to buy Clorox wipes
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Finding where to buy Clorox Wipes is no longer as hard as it used to be. Retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Target generally have Clorox Wipes — or other Clorox cleaning products — in stock. 

To help with your Clorox Wipes search, we're rounding up all the stores where to buy Clorox Wipes. We're also listing stores that sell other Clorox cleaners and Clorox cleaning tools. 

Plus, make sure to check out our guides on where to buy face masks and where to buy paper towels.

Where to buy Clorox Wipes

Clorox Disinfectant Wipes 3-Pack: $11 @ Amazon
Hurry! Amazon still has stock of this 3-pack of Clorox Disinfectant Wipes. Each pack comes with 75 bleach-free wet wipes. It's been in stock at this price for a few days now. (It's the only Clorox Wipes deal we've seen that's not overpriced). If you sign up for Amazon's Subscribe & Save program, you'll save an extra $1.98 via the on-page coupon. View Deal

Clorox Disinfecting Wipes 3-Pack: $15 @ Amazon
Amazon has this 3-Pack of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes in Fresh Scent in stock for $15. Each pack comes with 75 bleach-free wet wipes. If you sign up for Amazon's Subscribe & Save program, you'll save an extra $1.98 via the on-page coupon.View Deal

Clorox 2 Free & Clear: $11 @ Target
This 66-ounce bottle of Clorox 2 detergent helps keep clothing bright, clean, and free of stains. It's fragrance and dye free. It's good for 48 loads. View Deal

Purex Liquid Detergent w/ Clorox: $17 @ Amazon
Amazon has stock of Purex's liquid laundry detergent with Clorox. It combines the Purex detergent with an extra boost of Clorox 2 to remove stains from clothes.View Deal

Clorox Pet Stain & Odor Remover Refill: $18 @ Petco
This 1-gallon refill is designed to clean up after pet messes. It's safe to use around pets, yet it's tough on stains and odors. View Deal

Clorox Duo Latex Gloves: $3 @ Target
Target has stock of the Clorox Duo Latex Gloves. This pack includes two pairs of gloves, which can be used for everything from cleaning indoors to outdoor trips to the grocery. View Deal

Clorox Scrub Singles: $19 @ Amazon
For the time being, these Clorox Scrub Singles are as close as you'll get to Clorox Wipes. The heavy duty scouring pads can be used to clean countertops, showers, floors, appliances, and more. Each pack includes 10 pads pre-loaded with Clorox cleaner. View Deal

Clorox Fraganzia Air Freshener: $12 @ Amazon
They're not Clorox Wipes, but the Clorox Fraganzia Air Freshener Beads can help freshen any room. The scented beads give any room a light and airy freshness. View Deal

Clorox Fraganzia Liquid Dish Soap: $9 @ Amazon
Finding where to buy Clorox Wipes is still near-impossible. However for everyday kitchen cleaning, Amazon has this 22-ounce bottle of Clorox Fraganzia Liquid Dish Soap. The bottle now holds 37% more than the 16 ounce bottle.View Deal

Clorox All-Purpose Refills: $5 @ Amazon
These Clorox All-Purpose Refills can be used with the Clorox All Purpose cleaning system. Just add water, pop in a cartridge, replace the sprayer, and you're set. View Deal

Pure 4-in-1 Clorox2 Laundry Pods: $6 @ Amazon
These laundry pods are formulated with Purex detergent and Clorox2 stain-fighting enzymes to clean and disinfect the toughest stains. The pack includes 58 pods.View Deal

Clorox Germicidal Bleach 3-Pack: $22 @ Lowe's
Clorox Concentrated Germicidal Bleach is proven to kill 39 organisms including MRSA, Norovirus, leading viruses that cause the common cold and flu, and C difficile spores. View Deal

Clorox Gel Bleach Pen: $2 @ Meijer
This bleach pen can be used to remove stains wherever you go. It has a fine point so that you can concentrate the bleach right where you need it and the broad scrubber allows you to rub out the stain.View Deal

Clorox Green Works Pot & Pan Detergent: $9 @ Newegg
Part of Clorox's eco-friendly line, this bottle of dish detergent is made with 97% naturally derived ingredients. View Deal

Clorox Green Works Dishwashing Liquid: $23 @ Staples
This gallon of Clorox Green Works is made from naturally derived ingredients, such as essential oils and plant-based cleaning agents, to create a 98% naturally derived cleaner that's also easy on the hands. View Deal

Clorox Pro Pine-Sol Cleaner: $9 @ Staples
Pine-Sol all-purpose cleaner can be used to fight dirt, grime, and  grease while deodorizing most surfaces throughout your home. It can be used on finished hardwood, ceramic tile, linoleum, and plastic.View Deal

Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner: $7 @ Newegg
This automatic toilet bowl cleaner repels stains with every flush. The tablet can be dropped into the septic tank and will clean for up to 4 months.View Deal

Clorox Scrubtastic Surface Scrubber: $39 @ Target
The Clorox Scrubtastic Multi-Purpose Scrubber has an expandable handle for cleaning ceilings and walls. It includes three interchangeable scrubbers. View Deal

Where to buy Clorox Wipes and other Clorox cleaners

Clorox has seen demand for Clorox Wipes skyrocket by as much as 500%, Clorox CEO Benno Dorer told Yahoo Finance. Although production has ramped up, the inventory that makes it to stores gets sold immediately, which leaves people wondering where to buy Clorox Wipes. 

Clorox reps have explained that the material used to make wipes, polyester spunlace, is in short supply. That's due to the fact that the same material is used to make masks and medical gowns. As a result, Clorox Wipes won't be properly in stock till mid-2021. 

In addition to Clorox Wipes, the EPA also recommends Pine Sol, Clorox Multi Surface Cleaner + Bleach, Clorox Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner, Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Bleach, and Clorox Scentiva Bathroom Disinfecting Foam Cleaner. You can browse the full list of EPA-recommended cleaners to see what other products can be used to combat COVID-19.

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.