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These Disinfecting Wipes With Over 60% Alcohol Are Still Available Online


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On the hunt for some disinfecting wipes? Who isn’t? They were easily one of the first things to fly off the shelves the moment the world realized it was time to stock up. The problem is, that initial rush is still happening. It’s still so hard to find any disinfecting wipes anywhere — especially ones that actually suit the CDC’s recommendations!

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While the CDC suggests using soap and water when possible to clean your skin and surfaces, sometimes a wipe is necessary for certain things. That wipe, however, needs to have at least 60% alcohol to suit the guidelines to help properly protect you and others. It takes some serious digging, but there are still some wipes still out there, and we’ve found some — all with 60% alcohol or more. Hospitals are in serious need of medical supplies — including disinfecting wipes — so if you get your hands on some, we advise that you contact your local medical facility and see if you can donate. While we’re all looking to disinfect absolutely everything, some require these pads for everyday medical use — so we must remind you to only buy what you need so everyone can have access to these products.

Sterile Alcohol Prep Pad Wipes


These 100% cotton wipes are individually sealed so they won’t dry out and will stay totally sterile until you’re ready to use them. Each contains 70-to-75% isopropyl alcohol and is great for disinfecting anything from your fingers, to your phone, to a thermometer.

Get these Alcohol Prep Pads available at Amazon! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, March 23, 2020, but are subject to change.

Dealmed Sterile Alcohol Prep Pads


Saturated with 70% isopropyl alcohol, these antiseptic pads are made for disinfecting items like thermometers and are a strong addition to an at-home medical kit.

Get the Dealmed Sterile Alcohol Prep Pads (300-pack) for just $10 at Amazon! Get it as early as April 1, 2020! Please note, prices are accurate at the date of publication, March 23, 2020, but are subject to change.

These 75% Alcohol Wipes

It’s a miracle to find sanitizing items that aren’t sold out on Amazon, so we consider this a win!

Disinfectant Wipes, 75% Alcohol Cleaning Wet Wipes (50 Pack)
Disinfectant Wipes, 75% Alcohol Cleaning Wet Wipes (50 Pack) Amazon

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See more tips and information from the CDC here.

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