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110 Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes - Lemon and Lime - 1 Canister of 110 Wipes - Brooklyn Equipment

Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes - Lemon and Lime - 1 Canister of 110 Wipes

Regular price $19.00
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If you are wondering why our Clorox and Lysol prices are so expensive (we agree with you, they are very expensive by the way) here is the explanation in full and in detail.

*NOTE* this is a heavy product and doesn't ship for free. If you want free shipping we offer this same product sold by case of 6 here.

The EPA has established a list of disinfectants that meet their criteria for use against SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19. The following Lysol products are those that meet either the EPA Viral Emerging Pathogen Policy or have human coronavirus claims.

These wipes are on the list.

Packaging
1 canisters of 110 wipes
Packs of 6 canisters ship for free. The packs of 6 canisters can be found here.

Weight
2.06

Shipping
UPS. You select shipping costs at checkout.
Packs of 6 canisters ship for free. The packs of 6 canisters can be found here.

Details

Product Features

  • Kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria*, including 8 cold and flu viruses
  • Cleans AND disinfects your household surfaces
  • Safe to use on electronics including Smartphones, Tablets and Remote Controls

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes can be used throughout your home, on surfaces such as:

Lysol Disinfectant Spray eliminates the following bacteria, fungi and viruses on hard non-porous surfaces* (per www.lysol.com as you can verify here )

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes eliminate cold and flu viruses, helping to keep surfaces healthy year-round.

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes eliminate the following bacteria, viruses, and allergens from hard, non-porous surfaces*:

Viruses

Herpes Simplex Virus Type 1
Human Coronavirus
Influenza A Virus
Respiratory Syncytial Virus


Bacteria

Streptococcus pyogenes (Strep)
Staphylococcus aureus (Staph)
Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E. coli)
Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA)
Salmonella enterica (Salmonella)

Allergens

Aspergillus niger (mold & mildew)


Usage

For disinfecting hard, non-porous, non-food contact surfaces:

To clean / remove allergens

Use fresh wipe on surface.
Repeat for stubborn stains.

To sanitize / disinfect

Pre-clean surface.
Use enough fresh wipes to thoroughly wet surface.

To sanitize

Allow to remain wet for 10 seconds.

To disinfect

Allow to remain wet for 4 minutes.
Allow surface to air dry. Toss dirty wipe away.

For surfaces that come in contact with food:

Use only on hard non-porous surfaces and rinse thoroughly with water.

To prevent the growth of mold and mildew and their odors:

Pre-clean hard, non-porous surface
Wipe surface and allow to remain wet for 10 minutes
Allow surface to air dry
Repeat applications in weekly intervals or when mold and mildew growth appears

*When used as directed.

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Lysol spray and wipes were exactly as shown in the listing

Received both products exactly as advertised. Shipping took a little longer than expected. Overall pleased with transaction.

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Why are your Lysol and Clorox products so expensive?

Why are your Lysol and Clorox products so expensive?

George Popescu
11 minute read

Hello,

There is a long story. The story starts when we asked our customers their advice and what to do. Should we be listing these exorbitantly priced products or not?

Here is how it started, with an email Brooklyn Textiles and Equipment sent to all our customers:

 

Hi,

My name is George and I am the founder of Brooklyn Textiles and Equipment. As you can see I can't sleep tonight because I have a question:

"Should we list very expensive Lysol or Clorox products or not?"

I think the best people to take this decision is you, our customers. So we made a survey.

My promise:

If the survey votes NO, these products are going away, forever.

If the survey votes YES, we continue to try to improve on prices and do the best we can to keep these products available at the best possible price.


Help me decide, please.

The arguments

The defense

  1. Lysol and Clorox products are impossible to find right now.
  2. They kill 99.9% of viruses (they claim).
  3. Wholesellers provide them at 3x the price before the crisis.
  4. But we can get them which is not the case for everybody.
  5. People need, seek, and buy them. every day.
  6. They are among our best seller products.
  7. People who are immuno-compromised have begged us to find some for them and we did.
  8. Nobody is obligated to buy any.
  9. And YES, they are horribly expensive, honestly.
  10. But we have them for sale, with no maximums, no minimums, with free shipping, and we ship them within 1 business day.
  11. People get exactly what they expect
  12. Selling these products employs full time 3-4 people in Brooklyn, NY


The public prosecutor

  1. These products are horribly expensive.
  2. These products are our lowest margin items, by far. We buy them for ridiculous amounts. ( Our net margins are around 5-10% at best.)
  3. We get treated of price gougers multiple times a day.
  4. Somebody in the chat today said we are "despicable" for selling them at those prices
  5. We are trying to help, not to hurt. Are we really helping?
  6. It looks like we are trying to get rich when in fact we barely make ends meet on these products.
  7. These products at these prices might erode our image and customer trust.
What to do?
To list or not to list?
I need your advice, please.

So we created a survey, please tell us what you want us to do:

Item being judged 1
Lysol® Disinfectant Spray - Crisp Linen® - 1 can - $17.90

clorox

Item being judged 2
Clorox Clean-up® Disinfectant with Bleach 32OZ Spray - $12.90

Item being judged 3
Lysol® Disinfectant Spray - Crisp Linen® - pack of 12 cans - SHIPS FREE - $298

Item being judged 4
Lysol® Disinfecting Wipes - 6 canisters of 75 wipes - Free Shipping, $126

What goes in a product price on Brooklyn Textiles and Equipment?

  1. The purchase price, of course
  2. Transportation (get product from seller to our warehouse)
  3. The storage cost (receiving team salary, warehouse rent, etc.)
  4. The packing costs ( cardboard box, filler, tape, etc)
  5. The marketing costs ( right now PPE marketing is extremely difficult)
  6. The shipping costs (UPS, USPS...)
  7. The picking costs (people who pick them from the shelves and put them in the box to ship out)
  8. The financing of the purchase capital.
  9. The overhead ( accounting, insurance, taxes etc.)
  10. Returns (defective products are reimbursed 100%, )
  11. Products lost in shipping / never arrived (we replace those at our full expense)
  12. Fraud (fraudulent credit card transactions, etc)
  13. Customer support (we offer chat, phone and email support from Brooklyn NY)"

 

Our customers voted in the survey and here are the survey results as of June 6th:

So what did we decide?

So here is what we decided to do:

1. We decided to keep the products on the website for now.
2. We are going to provide a discount code. This code will give anybody who needs help a 10% off (we will be losing a little bit of money on each order using this code) on all Lysol and Clorox products. Please, if you have to have these products and can afford to pay for them go ahead. If you still want these products but can't afford to pay for them please use code "help". We will be selling them at a slight loss to you. We hope this helps.

And here are a few (anonymized) comments we received in the "other" category of our survey by email directly : 

"Hi George,

My mom Sheryl is immune compromised and I can't thank you enough for making lysol spray and your handwipes available for purchase. She lives in PA and I've had the products shipped to her there. It is in short supply. Nonexistant really.

I answered the one question survey for her because she's not tech saavy. She lives one state over, in PA. It was a YES.

My thought: the clorox spray with bleach could probably go because it's something that can be made at home with regular bleach. 

Also I imagine you guys are competing against yourselves selling lysol wipes versus your own brand.

Why not sell lysol wipes to drive traffic to your site. When people arrive point out on the site you offer your own brand as a cheaper alternative. You can reduce your inventory on the lysol wipes and it will say "sold out" but people may not care if they see your wipes are available. 

But lysol disinfectant spray is gold- no one has had it for months. I bought a can for myself, one for my elderly dad and two for my disabled mom all on your site. If you are buying it off ebay for resale that might not make sense. I would report the price gouging at the wholesale level to the state attorney general's office. If you can sell more cans individually it might make more sense but I'm not sure. 

Also include a brief disclaimer on your site that your team apologizes for the high prices but yo