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Softsoap Liquid Hand Soap Pump, Milk & Golden Honey – 7.5 fl oz: $1.49
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Their shipping delay is outrageous. I've never ordered from Rite Aid before, and never will again. I placed an order on 3/15 for my 91 year old grandma's Depends and it still hasn't shipped. I've had to do buy online, pick up in store at 3 different Walmart stores in the meantime to get her a package or two at a time. I usually order from Walgreens or Amazon, but they've been out of stock.
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stay safe everyone and pls practice social distance.
we will get through this! we're in it together!
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I have these in stock so I am not buying these. Just so other folks who really need has one more chance. Least one can do
Thank you for being thoughtful. I'm sure that thoughtfulness also influenced the OP posting this deal, unfortunately there's a lot of resellers on slickdealers that probably had a lot to do with this dying so quickly.
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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?
Maybe it depends on where you live, but Amazon is still delivering just fine to San Diego. They are a day or two slower, but other than that, I've still getting all the "non-essential" things I'm ordering. I average 3 to 4 packages a week. Guess YMMV
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Soap is hand sanitizer. If you are unable to wash your hands at a sink I can understand using hand sanitizer, but soap and water is preferable.
Just to clarify: Soap removes bacteria and other oils from your hands, but does not sanitize them.
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Wrong. Very, very wrong. Any soap will do as it breaks down the wall of the virus and kills it.
Soap does not disinfectant nor kill. That said, it's still necessary to remove bacteria/viruses and other residue from your hands, which is what soap does well.
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Maybe it depends on where you live, but Amazon is still delivering just fine to San Diego. They are a day or two slower, but other than that, I've still getting all the "non-essential" things I'm ordering. I average 3 to 4 packages a week. Guess YMMV
don't worry about it, I guess it's normal for rite-aid employees to take offense. Amazon, on the other hand has stepped up and remained the most customer-centric company by staying ahead of the curve with their top-notch logistics know how imo.
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Soap does not disinfectant nor kill. That said, it's still necessary to remove bacteria/viruses and other residue from your hands, which is what soap does well.
Um, no.

"Soap dissolves the fat membrane, and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and 'dies,' or rather, it becomes inactive as viruses aren't really alive. Viruses can be active outside the body for hours, even days."
- https://www.marketwatch.com/story...2020-03-08

Soap weakens the lipids of the virus. Then water washes whatever is left off the skin.

"Soap contains fat-like substances known as amphiphiles, some of which are structurally very similar to the lipids in the virus membrane. The soap molecules 'compete' with the lipids in the virus membrane."
- https://www.theguardian.com/comme...infectants
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Be safe, everyone.
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Um, no.

"Soap dissolves the fat membrane, and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and 'dies,' or rather, it becomes inactive as viruses aren't really alive. Viruses can be active outside the body for hours, even days."
- https://www.marketwatch.com/story...2020-03-08

Soap weakens the lipids of the virus. Then water washes whatever is left off the skin.

"Soap contains fat-like substances known as amphiphiles, some of which are structurally very similar to the lipids in the virus membrane. The soap molecules 'compete' with the lipids in the virus membrane."
- https://www.theguardian.com/comme...infectants


I'd rather not have a back and forth in a Slickdeals forum, but if you read your articles more closely, you'd find that they support my statement rather than contradict it; further, news articles from the guardian or market-watch aren't the best sources of information to support your claim. That said, washing with soap and water is the most effective method to clean your hands.

Reference:
https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2...ction.html
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Just to clarify: Soap removes bacteria and other oils from your hands, but does not sanitize them.
Wrong. Just wrong. The CDC link you posted tells you what to do but not why it works. It doesn't say to do one thing over another.

Like I said before, soaps and alcohol (in proper concentration) both behave the same vis a vis the virus: since both soaps and alcohol are polar molecules, they both break through the virus's outer lipid layer and then crack the backbone of the virus. This is the type of thing you can find in any microbiology textbook. Vox has a good article on the why: https://www.vox.com/2020/3/18/211...ronavirus. The NYT also published a decent explainer: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/1...germs.html

You DO NOT need hand sanitizer to kill he COVID-19. You can get by just fine with washing your hands well. Quit saying otherwise.
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Um, no.

"Soap dissolves the fat membrane, and the virus falls apart like a house of cards and 'dies,' or rather, it becomes inactive as viruses aren't really alive. Viruses can be active outside the body for hours, even days."
- https://www.marketwatch.com/story...2020-03-08 [marketwatch.com]

Soap weakens the lipids of the virus. Then water washes whatever is left off the skin.

"Soap contains fat-like substances known as amphiphiles, some of which are structurally very similar to the lipids in the virus membrane. The soap molecules 'compete' with the lipids in the virus membrane."
- https://www.theguardian.com/comme...infectants [theguardian.com]
That dude's nuts, wrong and probably also intentionally sowing disinformation.
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And they have a decent collection of low shelf vodkas.
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Just to clarify: Soap removes bacteria and other oils from your hands, but does not sanitize them.
Wow. Thank god I never "learned" science and how to do research at your school. You might want to take some remedial classes. laugh out loudRoll Eyes (Sarcastic)

Oh, and a virus is not a bacteria.

You might also ask a little old lady to help you walk across the street. Just sayin'.

https://www.quora.com/Does-soap-k...eally-work

https://www.vox.com/2020/3/18/211...oronavirus
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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.

Just adding to your wisdom mate without using the words lipid encasing...laugh out loud
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