Here’s where you can buy Lysol, Clorox, and other cleaning wipes

Courtney Campbell, Reviewed.com
·2 min read
You can still find cleaning wipes and spray in stock at select retailers.
You can still find cleaning wipes and spray in stock at select retailers.

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While previously sold-out products like hand sanitizer, toilet paper, and tissues have returned in stock, cleaning wipes and spray are still in limited supply—more specifically, Lysol products.

Not only has it been reported that Lysol spray and Clorox wipes would be in low supply through the end of June, but Lysol products were also approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for protecting against coronavirus, putting these products in high demand. While data suggests that catching coronaviruses from surfaces is unlikely, it's always good to have these disinfecting products on hand.

Luckily, the stock of these sought-after cleaning wipes and spray has started to trickle in at select retailers. For example, you can find a few Lysol and Clorox products at Amazon, but they come seriously price-hiked, but it's an option if you're really desperate for these products.

Even if you're can't find Lysol products, you can still get your hands on quality disinfecting supplies at select online retailers. While we'll be updating this list daily, supplies are selling out extremely fast, so add to your cart ASAP and don't buy more than you need. Here's where you can buy cleaning wipes and spray online right now.

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Where to buy cleaning wipes and spray

Cleaning wipes that actually disinfect surfaces are one of the hardest things to find right now, but you can occasionally get them along with cleaning sprays at the following retailers:

Amazon

Target

The Honest Company

Staples

Office Depot

Walmart

Make your own disinfectant wipes instead

Despite the current shortage of Lysol and Clorox wipes, you can also make your own CDC-approved wipes right at home using a precise balance of bleach or alcohol. We put together comprehensive instructions on how to do so.

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This article originally appeared on Reviewed.com: Where to buy cleaning wipes: Lysol, Clorox, and more