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Good & Clean Disinfectant Wipes (36 per pk., 6 pk.) $5.98 + Free shipping for Sam's Club Plus Members - YMMV

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Back in stock again but YMMV.

Sam's Club has Good & Clean Disinfecting Wipes (36 per pk., 6 pk.) for $5.98 with Free Shipping for Plus Members. Non Plus members pay somewhere between ~$4 to $6 shipping. Limit 1 Per Membership

I have got when they were in stock last time and I like them.

https://www.samsclub.com/p/good-c...roduct_1_2

EPA Registration number: 6836-336 - Contact time 4 minutes.
According to EPA [epa.gov] [epa.gov] site, it works for use against SARS-CoV-2. Contact time 4 minutes

Ingredients: Octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0909%, Dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0364%, Didecyl dimthyl ammonoium chloride 0.0545%, Alkyl (C14 50%, C12 40%, C16 10%) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride 0.1212%, Other ingredients 99.6970%.
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I've been unable to find anti-viral wipes for a while. I got a pack of antibacterial only wipes and poured some antiviral concentrate into the pack to soak in.

Any computer chair doctors want to weigh on on the effectiveness of my plan?
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Price and availability of these are really good. Quality and smell is also really good. Wipes are not super thin.

If you have Sams Club Plus, shipping is free. Else it will be like $11 ish. (Total)
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Still in stock. Was available to order just now. Good luck everyone.
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I've been unable to find anti-viral wipes for a while. I got a pack of antibacterial only wipes and poured some antiviral concentrate into the pack to soak in.

Any computer chair doctors want to weigh on on the effectiveness of my plan?
Computer Chair Doctor opinion also needed if we can just pour bleach or alcohol on Baby wipes and use it ?
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I've considered these, but EPA site that matches the registration number also lists "Quaternary ammonium" as the active ingredient, while the package and ingredients from the OP do NOT list that same ingredient. For that reason, I haven't purchased. Can anyone reconcile why they wouldn't match?

Per OP: Ingredients: Octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0909%, Dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0364%, Didecyl dimthyl ammonoium chloride 0.0545%, Alkyl (C14 50%, C12 40%, C16 10%) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride 0.1212%, Other ingredients 99.6970%.

Edit: apparently there are multiple types of "QACs"... "There are many different QACs found in disinfectants or cleaning prod- ucts. The most commonly used QAC disinfectants are the benzalkonium chlorides, also known as alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides (Figure 1). Abbreviations for benzalkonium chloride include BAC, BZK, BKC, and ADBAC. "

I'm not enough of a scientist for this deal. Will pass until I find one I'm a little more familiar with. Smilie
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I've considered these, but EPA site that matches the registration number also lists "Quaternary ammonium" as the active ingredient, while the package and ingredients from the OP do NOT list that same ingredient. For that reason, I haven't purchased. Can anyone reconcile why they wouldn't match?

Per OP: Ingredients: Octyl decyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0909%, Dioctyl dimethyl ammonium chloride 0.0364%, Didecyl dimthyl ammonoium chloride 0.0545%, Alkyl (C14 50%, C12 40%, C16 10%) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride 0.1212%, Other ingredients 99.6970%.

Edit: apparently there are multiple types of "QACs"... "There are many different QACs found in disinfectants or cleaning prod- ucts. The most commonly used QAC disinfectants are the benzalkonium chlorides, also known as alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium chlorides (Figure 1). Abbreviations for benzalkonium chloride include BAC, BZK, BKC, and ADBAC. "

I'm not enough of a scientist for this deal. Will pass until I find one I'm a little more familiar with. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
This is a guess, so take it for what it's worth. "Quaternary" means "fourth in order or rank; belonging to the fourth order." There are four ammonium ingredients listed in the product, so I assume "Quaternary ammonium" just means it uses four types of ammonium.
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I've been unable to find anti-viral wipes for a while. I got a pack of antibacterial only wipes and poured some antiviral concentrate into the pack to soak in.

Any computer chair doctors want to weigh on on the effectiveness of my plan?
Not a doctor. My opinion is that manufactures only provide enough chemical to kill viruses in their products, no more than needed. If you dilute it with another product you may or may not have a concentration that will be effective. No assurances without testing kill rate. False sense of security is dangerous. Good luck, stay safe.
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