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the 20 seconds of scrubbing with soap and water will break the outer layer of the virus, therefore making it 'dead'...and then you wash it down the drain...and you don't have to worry about dry skin (as you will have with sanitizer).Smilie
True. That's why I have a decent supply of Safeguard (bar soap). It's antibacterial already and old-school enough the the shelves aren't empty of it.
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that is laughable for a corporation of that size. they seem to be completely unprepared for anything other than "business as usual." they need new management running their ops department.
Name one business that was prepared to handle this situation.
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As a fellow New Yorker and fellow human being, my thoughts are with you and your family buddy. Keep safe and keep in good spirits!
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Thanks for posting.
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True. That's why I have a decent supply of Safeguard (bar soap). It's antibacterial already and old-school enough the the shelves aren't empty of it.
The safeguard I got recently from staples which were claimed to be antibacterial didn't have the active ingredient that made the soap antibacterial before. It's been enforced by FDA and several reviews pointed out the lack of it on staples site too. Having said that cleaning your hand properly with regular soap is supposed to be as effective to fight this virus.
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But hand soap 🧼 doesn't have much alcohol right but sanitizers do have at least 60% and above which is what recommended
Chemically speaking, soap does exactly the same thing as alcohol...soaps and alcohols are both polar molecules that break down the lipid layer outside the core of the virus so it can't bond to cells inside your body. Washing with water also has the added benefit of removing dirt and grime where the virus can hang on, even if it doesn't kill it outright.
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Why are tissues in such high demand? Is that sort of the same problem as TP where there is plenty produced, but people are hoarding it anyway?
Per your question about tissues being in high demand..... I can only answer for me. Spring started in February, which means seasonal allergy season started for me then as well and it still continues. Perhaps some people are hoarding tissues like they are with bread and toilet paper, but allergy season is one reason tissues may be disappearing as well.
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it's obvious no one was prepared, no one has a crystal ball. that's not the yard stick to which they are measured. You obviously don't see the big picture. It's about who is ready to move at a moment's notice to redirect and in many cases create processes to work WITH what you have. Many companies just don't have that kind of flexibility and knowledge. Amazon is an example of a company that has adapted extremely quickly to the situation and is now capitalizing fully.
Lol, looks like you're an expert here with knowledge of supply chain during a global emergency. So tell me what "bigger picture" did amazon have of that allievated their shipping problems? They were infested by resellers selling marked up essential goods for weeks before they finally decided to remove the listing. Several people I know are still waiting for items that were ordered during first week of Feb. Non-essential items will not be shipped anymore. They are facing acute labor shortage and 8 of their workers just tested positive. What part of this gives you an idea that they have responded well to the crisis?
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Is this the anti-bacterial soap?
no it isn't
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As a fellow New Yorker and fellow human being, my thoughts are with you and your family buddy. Keep safe and keep in good spirits!
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u r sweet op . any azz wipe available . thnx again grabbed some wipes and tissue . Not in my nyc central park pad but gravitated upstate to me country pad .thnx again
Thank you! First time living in NYC all my life where I am actually concerned about this due to how highly contagious this virus is and lives on anything for a set amount of time.


To all SD'ers, please stay safe and let's flatten this curve all over. NYC probably the hardest hit state in the US and desperate shortage of ventilators from what I am reading with over 25k affected recorded from yesterday which i am sure it's higher today Sadwalk
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But hand soap 🧼 doesn't have much alcohol right but sanitizers do have at least 60% and above which is what recommended
By all accounts using handsoap is better than sanitizer. If you are able to access a sink of any kind, hand soap is the way to go. Sanitizer is when you on the move and don't have access readily to water and a sink.

EDIT: There's a video that explains this - search YouTube for "the tiny compound that makes soap a Coronavirus killer" (not sure if I can post YouTube links here)
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the 20 seconds of scrubbing with soap and water will break the outer layer of the virus, therefore making it 'dead'...and then you wash it down the drain...and you don't have to worry about dry skin (as you will have with sanitizer).Smilie
not sure why you're replying to my comment, yours isn't at odds with mine and I was just giving a simple response to a simple question.

You're correct to some extent except that besides the mechanical scrubbing, the properties of most soap chemically breakdown the lipid encasing of some types of viruses.
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"Quarantine package" 😉
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