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Where to buy cleaning supplies: These retailers have stock

Where to buy cleaning supplies
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The novel coronavirus pandemic has changed the way we shop. Items that were once commonplace — such as soap and cleaning wipes — are now nearly impossible to find. So if you've been wondering where to buy cleaning supplies online, you've landed on the right page. 

We're including all reputable retailers from brands you recognize like Method, Dial, Clorox, Lysol and more.

A few things to keep in mind as you shop: Many stores are limiting the amount of product you can buy. (We've seen limits of two per person). Likewise, inventory is moving fast, so don't hesitate to buy something you see in stock. In the event that the product you're looking for does sell out, try another link or check back later in the day.  

Where to buy cleaning supplies

Cleaning Accessories

Force of Nature Starter Kit: $59 @ Force of Nature
Force of Nature's cleaning kit is on the EPA's list of disinfectants to use against COVID-19. It can be used on all sorts of surfaces from kitchens and bathrooms to floors and rugs. It comes with five capsules of precisely measured salt, water and vinegar, which are converted to electrolyzed water when an electrical current changes the chemical composition of the solution into a cleaner. Use coupon "NOGERMS15" to drop its price to $59.50. Coupon ends August 31. View Deal

Showa Nitrile Gloves: $17 @ Staples
These nitrile gloves provide protection against abrasion, punctures, cuts, and snags. Only the size 7 group (small) is currently available. They measure 13 inches in length. View Deal

Swiffer Duster Starter Kit: $7 @ Office Depot
This Swiffer starter kit includes a Swiffer duster/handle and five unscented duster refills. View Deal

Clorox Scrub Brush: $3 @ Target
The Clorox Scrub Brush is a multipurpose brush that can be used to clean a variety of surfaces, including countertops and tile flooring. View Deal

Lysol Click Gel Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner: $6 @ Staples
This box of Lysol Click Gel Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner includes four self-adhesive gel disks. The disks disinfect and offer a fresh scent with each flush of the toilet. Newegg has it in stock for $7.View Deal

Lysol Power & Blue Toilet Bowl Cleaner: $2 @ 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 four weeks. View Deal

Bounty Select-A-Size 2-Ply Paper Towels: $11 @ Office Depot
These Bounty paper towels are quilted and feature Bounty's select-a-size design, which lets you use only the amount you need. It includes six big rolls. View Deal


Purell Healthy Soap Hand Soap: $3 @ Office Depot
Finding any Purell product has been impossible since the pandemic started. However, Office Depot has stock of Purell's Healthy Soap Hand Soap. You can purchase it online and pick up in-store. View Deal

Fast Orange Pumice Hand Cleaner: $25 @ Staples
Pumice hand soap is made to clean grease, paint, oil, and other hard-to-remove stains from your hands. This 1-gallon bottle includes aloe to moisturize your hands.View Deal

Rug Doctor Pet Carpet Cleaner: $11 @ Best Buy
This 64-ounce bottle of carpet cleaner contains no bleach, chlorine, ammonia, carcinogens, dyes or heavy metals, which makes it safe for use around pets and humans. View Deal

Windex Outdoor Cleaner: $10 @ Home Depot
Home Depot has stock of this 32-ounce bottle of Windex Outdoor Cleaner. It can be used on windows, patio furniture, play sets, and more.View Deal

Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner With Bleach: $4 @ Office Depot
This 24-ounce bottle of Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Bleach can be used to eliminate toilet bowl stains, bacteria and odors.View Deal

Clorox Bleach Toilet Cleaner 12-Pack: $38 @ Office Depot
Office Depot has this 12-pack of Clorox Bleach Toilet Bowl Cleaner. Each bottle holds 24 ounces. This is one of the Clorox cleaners specifically recommended by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to fight against SARS-CoV-2.View Deal

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.