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If you are a Costco member they have a the Kirkland brand (2 boxes, 200 in each) for $19.99.
They have been out of gloves for months now.
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Ace hardware has nitrile gloves, $20+ a box though, then shipping on top. It's priced where you'd only really buy them if you need them.
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thank OP
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It's priced where you'd only really buy them if you need them.
I'm not sure, but I think they call that price gouging.
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If you are around Sunnyvale CA, you can find $5 for 500 pieces at The K Market
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I always wear the gloves when I do shopping. It will be more safe
What about your wallet, phone, keys, groceries, bags, and whatever else that you touch with your gloves while shopping, all that you later touch at home? Wearing gloves for that reason doesn't make much sense.

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When I know there's no way to wash my hands I wear them. I don't really like Hand sanitizer and all the chemicals that's in it.
What chemicals? It's usually just alcohol, glycerin and water.
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What about your wallet, phone, keys, groceries, bags, and whatever else that you touch with your gloves while shopping, all that you later touch at home? Wearing gloves for that reason doesn't make much sense.
I wear disposable gloves when grocery shopping.

I do not touch my clothes or wallet during the shopping. I put on the gloves, and mask. Remove the credit card from my wallet, put away my phone, then place the CC into one shirt pocket. When I shop I do not touch the phone. When I am done I pay with that single credit card.

Once I am home i put all groceries into a staging area by the door where they sit for a day before being organized into the kitchen or whatever, except for items that needs to go inside the fridge. Those items will get an alchohol spray down and wiped clean first.
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I placed an order for these gloves to be picked up at my local Walmart store. Then the order got cancelled. The store still show 4 in stock but Walmart store inventory has always been incorrect.
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I wear disposable gloves when grocery shopping.

I do not touch my clothes or wallet during the shopping. I put on the gloves, and mask. Remove the credit card from my wallet, put away my phone, then place the CC into one shirt pocket. When I shop I do not touch the phone. When I am done I pay with that single credit card.

Once I am home i put all groceries into a staging area by the door where they sit for a day before being organized into the kitchen or whatever, except for items that needs to go inside the fridge. Those items will get an alchohol spray down and wiped clean first.
that's my post from may 2020. it's nearly september, I don't do that any longer in my part of the state.
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I wear disposable gloves when grocery shopping.

I do not touch my clothes or wallet during the shopping. I put on the gloves, and mask. Remove the credit card from my wallet, put away my phone, then place the CC into one shirt pocket. When I shop I do not touch the phone. When I am done I pay with that single credit card.

Once I am home i put all groceries into a staging area by the door where they sit for a day before being organized into the kitchen or whatever, except for items that needs to go inside the fridge. Those items will get an alchohol spray down and wiped clean first.
what do you do with produce like vegetables or fruits that are thin skin? wouldn't spraying or wiping with alcohol makes them go bad faster?
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What about your wallet, phone, keys, groceries, bags, and whatever else that you touch with your gloves while shopping, all that you later touch at home? Wearing gloves for that reason doesn't make much sense.


What chemicals? It's usually just alcohol, glycerin and water.
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what do you do with produce like vegetables or fruits that are thin skin? wouldn't spraying or wiping with alcohol makes them go bad faster?
I only wipe down the easy fruits/veggies like eggplants, watermelons that can be wiped down.

As for others like lettuce, watercress, parsley etc...I do not spray them down. I keep them in their plastic bag and remove them before cooking. The cooking process will deactivate the virus. I have all but stopped eating uncooked veggies like salads.

In China they had a fish market in Beijing that they found the knives and cutting board had the virus and those who bought fish there had an outbreak even after over a week, apparently the virus will break down on metal and plastics etc...but can live much longer on fish if eaten uncooked. They closed down all sushi restaurants there for a while.
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I wear disposable gloves when grocery shopping.

I do not touch my clothes or wallet during the shopping. I put on the gloves, and mask. Remove the credit card from my wallet, put away my phone, then place the CC into one shirt pocket. When I shop I do not touch the phone. When I am done I pay with that single credit card.

Once I am home i put all groceries into a staging area by the door where they sit for a day before being organized into the kitchen or whatever, except for items that needs to go inside the fridge. Those items will get an alchohol spray down and wiped clean first.
Too much work. Plenty of data out there that show surface transmission is very low risk. Probably spend more money cleaning your packaging than on the food itself. Just wash your hands after you touch packaging. Much simpler.
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What about your wallet, phone, keys, groceries, bags, and whatever else that you touch with your gloves while shopping, all that you later touch at home? Wearing gloves for that reason doesn't make much sense.


What chemicals? It's usually just alcohol, glycerin and water.
Not everyone is as educated as you. Some think kill germs equals toxic chemicals. Educated people know better and make better life decisions.
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I wear gloves to grocery store. I live in Texas-land of the monopoly. There is only one grocery chain and Walmart in 50 miles.

The grocery chain uses disinfectant that they apparently mix because some days the carts are so sticky you do not even have to grip the handle.

I was turning out of store parking lot and my hands were so stuck to steering wheel I ended up hitting a curb. Had to tear up one of the plastic grocery bags and stick it to my hands to get home. Then had to wash hands several times to get the stuff off.

It could be that something with my hands or steering wheel is causing sticky reaction so the store should keep using it for everybody else's protection. I do not mind using the gloves but it is annoying for people to think I am just being paranoid.
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Too much work. Plenty of data out there that show surface transmission is very low risk. Probably spend more money cleaning your packaging than on the food itself. Just wash your hands after you touch packaging. Much simpler.
Of course, everyone's habits are different. For me. "Just wash your hands after you touch packaging. Much simpler." is too complicated.

Say you are just going to get a glass of milk, what are you going to do? You get a glass ou out of the cabinet, set it on the counter, then you open the fridge, you touch the milk carton you bought yesterday. You then close the fridge door, but your other hand has touched the milk carton, then you open the cap with the other hand, now both hands have touched the carton. You hold up the glass with one hand, then pour the milk. Then you open the fridge door, another touch, put the carton back, close the fridge door, do you wash your hands now? what is the point if right after you washed your hand you are going to touch the glass you previously touched after handling the milk carton?

To me it's much simpler to wipe down the milk carton in the first place.

Granted, I am Japanese, so I am used to delineate between outside and inside even before this COVID thing. I don't wear outside shoes into the house, I change as soon as I get home. If I went to a movie theater, when I get home I change to inside clothes, so I don't end up sitting on my couch with pants that touched theater seats that may have been vomited, coke spilled on, popcorn butter smeared on three hours earlier. So this is just an additional level cleaning I need to do. Not for everybody.

They are still learning how it transmit, how it doesn't transmit, how long it stays active on various surface. A few months ago they said the virus cannot survive on any surface longer than 3 days. I left my mail sit for three days before I open them. Now they said it is still infecting after 7 days on a knife cutting salmon for sushi. No need for masks, then everyone wears masks. I don't think they know 100% about this, everything is still evolving.
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