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144oz liquid hand sanitizer (12x12oz bottles) - $50 delivered

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Beak & Skiff hand sanitizer [beakandskiff.com]

12 x 12oz bottles for $40 + $10 flat ship = $0.347/oz. Use code SKIFFCARES. Valid through today only (although they've emailed this coupon to me a couple times over the past few weeks).

This is an apple orchard in Central NY [cnycentral.com] that converted their distillery into making ethanol full-time. [note the bottle says "alcohol" but it is indeed ethanol. Poor choice of labeling IMHO]

Note this is a liquidy-type sanitizer, which means it will work best in a spray bottle, not a pump.

It does not have ANY sulfur/H2S smell like some of the other sellers offering a similar product. It's likely those sellers are using grape-derived ethanol (H2S is a byproduct of the fermentation process when sulfur is present, and with grapes the main insecticide has sulfur in it, which is why grape-ethanol is particularly susceptible to the H2S smell)

Contains H2O2 as an "inactive ingredient" as a denaturant [e.g. don't try and drink this].

No this is not the cheapest you can buy, but it's ready to ship and it has ZERO sulfur/rotten egg smell. I know because I have some. What DOES this smell like? Not apples laugh out loud Hooch. Fire water. If you care enough you could add some essential oil but to kill the bugs, it needs to be high octane alcohol.
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Created 05-06-2020 at 02:04 PM by Dr. J
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Those are nice big containers, in for a pack
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Those are nice big containers, in for a pack

TBT, I ordered a case about.... 3-4 weeks ago. The morning it came, I got an email from them saying that they accidentally shipped me 2 cases (label printing error) and that I could either ship the other case back (they send label) OR keep it for $30 (costs them $$ to ship it back). I elected to keep it and I sold the sanitizer locally for cost ($5/bottle = $60/case, regular price). I still have 2 bottles of that left but some people gave me a "tip" for selling it to them at cost so I wound up only paying like $20 OOP for 8 bottles bottles. Never intended for that to happen but I was able to help out some locals anyway.
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Purchased one for my girlfriend's parents. I really hope it doesn't take 3-4 weeks to ship. Our governor is mandating small businesses here to carry hand sanitizer if they plan to re-open. Thank you!
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Does this comes with dispense such as a pump ? Or do I have to purchase seperate ? Any ideas?
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NY shipments only
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Does this comes with dispense such as a pump ? Or do I have to purchase seperate ? Any ideas?
If you take the time to go and look on the site you will quickly notice they look like white plastic individual serving size milk bottles and have red screw off tops. If you read through the OP description you will also see the information about this being "liquidity" and that a spray bottle would work better than a pump type dispenser.

One difference to note between information provided by OP and website, is that the full inactive ingredients consist of - Glycerin, Hydrogen Peroxide, Purified Water USP - and that it is unlikely that they made a "poor choice" in choosing to label the active ingredient as Alcohol 80% instead of Ethanol or Ethyl Alcohol - and was done purposely due to their regular business being the production of drinkable spirits to reinforce the inability to consume the product and protect themselves from the lawsuits that likely would have been filled by those "that were confused by the labeling" and felt that they could drink it.
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If you take the time to go and look on the site you will quickly notice they look like white plastic individual serving size milk bottles and have red screw off tops. If you read through the OP description you will also see the information about this being "liquidity" and that a spray bottle would work better than a pump type dispenser.

One difference to note between information provided by OP and website, is that the full inactive ingredients consist of - Glycerin, Hydrogen Peroxide, Purified Water USP - and that it is unlikely that they made a "poor choice" in choosing to label the active ingredient as Alcohol 80% instead of Ethanol or Ethyl Alcohol - and was done purposely due to their regular business being the production of drinkable spirits to reinforce the inability to consume the product and protect themselves from the lawsuits that likely would have been filled by those "that were confused by the labeling" and felt that they could drink it.
so have to buy spray bottle separately?
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Still cheaper at Froggy's. $39 for a gallon, $35/gallon when you buy 4, or $35 for a gallon of concentrate that makes 18 gallons. Watery, not gel, smell disappears as it quickly dries.

https://www.froggysfog.com/sanitizer.html#page=1

We purchased from them 3 times already.
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Bought some last night, happy to support a small business I've been to before.
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Glad to see you put the disclaimer about lack of smell. I bought that gallon from Foggy's and it was literally the worst, most foul smell I have ever encountered. My wife said it was like taking a 3 day old poop diaper, setting it in the sun, mixxing in week old egg salad, and then microwaving it
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NY shipments only

Not here. I live in CT and the $10 flat rate applied to me.
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Glad to see you put the disclaimer about lack of smell. I bought that gallon from Foggy's and it was literally the worst, most foul smell I have ever encountered. My wife said it was like taking a 3 day old poop diaper, setting it in the sun, mixxing in week old egg salad, and then microwaving it

This is exactly why I put that note - Froggy's had a reputation for the horrible smell and I wanted to let everyone know this product has zero of that. After looking into it, Froggy's did not distill it themselves (they would reference that they received it from a vendor) so I looked into it and the H2S smell seems to be a real problem with wine due to the insecticides used, so whereever Froggy's gets their EtOH from, it's likely ultimately from grapes.
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If you take the time to go and look on the site you will quickly notice they look like white plastic individual serving size milk bottles and have red screw off tops. If you read through the OP description you will also see the information about this being "liquidity" and that a spray bottle would work better than a pump type dispenser.

One difference to note between information provided by OP and website, is that the full inactive ingredients consist of - Glycerin, Hydrogen Peroxide, Purified Water USP - and that it is unlikely that they made a "poor choice" in choosing to label the active ingredient as Alcohol 80% instead of Ethanol or Ethyl Alcohol - and was done purposely due to their regular business being the production of drinkable spirits to reinforce the inability to consume the product and protect themselves from the lawsuits that likely would have been filled by those "that were confused by the labeling" and felt that they could drink it.

Not milk bottles (which are HDPE). Basically a clear PET (e.g. thick water bottle). A lot like a Bai bottle if you removed the heat shrink label. Very study.

I mentioned the H2O2 because when I sold it locally, someone was very interested in the exact contents because clearly they were thinking about drinking it.
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Does this comes with dispense such as a pump ? Or do I have to purchase seperate ? Any ideas?

No. Best to use a small pump spray bottle like the cheapos you'd get at the dollar store or travel section at walmart.
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