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Where to buy Lysol wipes: These retailers still have stock

Where to buy Lysol wipes
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Lysol wipes are flying off store shelves. Months after the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recommended Lysol products in its list of the best coronavirus cleaning products, Lysol wipes and cleaners are still extremely difficult to find. So you might be wondering where to buy Lysol wipes. 

We're rounding up all the online stores where to buy Lysol wipes and other Lysol cleaning products (as well as where to buy face masks). 

We're listing all the reputable places where to buy Lysol wipes. As you shop, keep in mind that the EPA recommends a specific list of Lysol products to use against SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19. The list includes: Lysol Disinfectant Spray, Lysol Clean & Fresh Multi-Surface Cleaner, and more. That's not to say you shouldn't use Lysol Wipes. Cleaning and disinfecting as much as possible is your best line of defense. (Make sure to check out our guide on where to buy paper towels). 

Editors' Note: In order to prevent further shortages, we recommend that you buy only what you need for the short term. This will allow retailers to restock and for others to gain access to these products.

Where to buy Lysol wipes

Lysol Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner: $3 @ Amazon
The Lysol Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner disinfects with every flush while preventing toilet rings stain build up. This package includes 6 disposable applicators. View Deal

Lysol Quickie Heavy Duty Scrubber 6-Pack: $2 @ Staples
These heavy duty scrub sponges can be used to remote stains and dirt. Their antimicrobial protection reduces growth of odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew.View Deal

Lysol Powerball Dishwasher Tabs: $15 @ Newegg
These Lysol tabs soften the toughest food residues for easy removal. They even claim to remove coffee and tea stains. Twenty tabs are included in the box. View Deal

Lysol 2-In-1 Brush Bar: $9 @ Newegg
This Lysol 2-in-1 brush can be used to clean and scrape large surfaces like tubs, tile, or floors. It features dual bristles for hard and soft scrubbing.View Deal

Lysol Power & Blue Toilet Bowl Cleaner: $3 @ Target
This pack of Lysol Power & Blue Toilet Bowl Cleaner helps clean and disinfect your toilet with every flush. It includes two cleaners and each device lasts for up to 4 weeks. View Deal

Lysol wipes (inventory fluctuating)

These Lysol wipes have been coming in and out of stock throughout the day. Check back often to see when stock is replenished.

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes: $19 @ Newegg
Newegg has stock of Lysol's Lemon & Lime Blossom Sanitizing Wet Wipes. The canister holds 80 wipes, which is slightly more than the 35 wipes help by smaller tubs. View Deal

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes: $5 @ Office Depot
This canister of Lysol Wipes includes 35 Lemon and Lime scent wipes. Office Depot is one of the few stores to have this in stock at such a cheap price. (If it's sold out now, we recommend checking back in a few hours). View Deal

Where to buy Lysol wipes - tips

As you shop online, there are a few things worth pointing out. First, stores like Walmart, Target, Publix, and Kroger are placing limitations on the number of wipes and hand sanitizers that people can buy. 

Amazon is generally sold out of many Lysol cleaning products. However, after being temporarily closed due to coronavirus-related demand, Amazon Pantry is back and they have limited stock of Lysol cleaners. 

It's worth noting that Amazon is currently limiting the shipment of non-essential items to its warehouses in an effort to prioritize the delivery of necessary items. The categories Amazon will prioritize include baby products, health & household, beauty & personal care, grocery, industrial/scientific and pet supplies.

  • alesko5
    I would encourage you to be wary of this particular Lysol product. It does not contain sodium hypochlorite (bleach), at least 62% alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide. Those three active ingredients have been demonstrated to be most effective against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195670120300463
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  • alesko5
    The most up to date list... https://www.americanchemistry.com/Novel-Coronavirus-Fighting-Products-List.pdf
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  • christielm
    The places mentioned in the article are already out of stock. If you come up with other retailers with new inventory, please share! I'm sending my kids to seated school in a few weeks and there are no disinfecting wipes in stock ANYWHERE. I might rethink homeschooling...
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  • tshehan
    alesko5 said:
    I would encourage you to be wary of this particular Lysol product. It does not contain sodium hypochlorite (bleach), at least 62% alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide. Those three active ingredients have been demonstrated to be most effective against SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195670120300463

    I'm happy to report that the quaternary ammonium this product line uses is actually on the lists as effective against COVID19, and have been for quite a while now. Definitely effective.
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