Where Are The Disinfectant Cleaners?

I have not been able to get any more disinfectant wipes or spray/liquid cleaners for weeks. I went online to research and guess what? The reason we can’t get this stuff is:

“….90% of toilet paper is manufactured domestically, which is why it’s easier to find TP after weeks of empty shelves. But cleaning products, such as Lysol and Clorox disinfectant wipes, will take longer because manufacturers have to ship the chemicals in those items from China, a process that takes up to four weeks, and longer due to COVID-19 shutdowns in Chinese factories.”

USA Today reported we may not be able to get these supplies until this summer.

The good news is my brother is hanging in there with COVID-19! He says he is just ‘worn out,’ but each day he gets towards recovery is great.

Another highlight of my day yesterday, Instacart delivery is available from Costco.


What Day Is It Anyway?, #WDIIA, is hosted by Linda G Hill

6 thoughts on “Where Are The Disinfectant Cleaners?

  1. Stine Writing

    David just brought some home from work that his boss made. She just took isopropyl alcohol and soaks paper towels (good quality paper towels so they stay together). The problem is finding alcohol and paper towels! Good luck,

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    1. Deborah Drucker Post author

      Right. Paper towels are hard to get too. We have some large bottles of Clorox bleach so I guess if it comes to that I will use the bleach. I have a couple of containers of the wipes left, precious commodity.

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