As my regular readers know, my goal with this blog is to be a resource for you. Normally, that means sharing good deals on cute clothes or beauty advice. But most of us aren’t looking for that right now–our shopping is focused on necessities. So, today I’m sharing where to find coronavirus supplies in stock.
I haven’t blogged at all this week, because I wasn’t sure how to start. It doesn’t seem right to carry on as normal with everything going on in the world. Personally, I would feel weird writing a post about shoes or makeup when there’s a global pandemic. For me, that’s not the right way to use my platform right now. (No judgment at all for other bloggers who feel differently!)
Instead, I focused my writing time today on finding coronavirus supplies in stock for your families! Here are some essentials you might be looking for.
If you make a purchase from this post, I may receive a small commission.
Where to Buy Toilet Paper In Stock
Toilet paper is probably the most common thing people are buying right now. Honestly, I’m not quite sure why, but it is. Store shelves are EMPTY.
Here are some links to find toilet paper in stock:
This direct link will show you all in-stock toilet paper options at Target. You can further filter by delivery vs. in-store pickup.
Here’s all the options from Amazon. Unfortunately, it’s not much right now.
Walmart has more options right now, but still not a lot.
During this toilet paper shortage, keep less common vendors in mind. These guys are the most likely to be in stock:
Ever bought toilet paper at Home Depot? Look for the green checkmark on the listing indicating free delivery. Grove Collaborative is another online option. Even Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop offers a (surprisingly chic) toilet paper that looks almost too nice to actually use. Thrive Market has a couple options as of now.
Where to Buy Baby Wipes During Coronavirus
In the same realm, baby wipes are becoming increasingly difficult to find.
As of now, it appears Buy Buy Baby is the best stocked of any online vendors I checked.
There are still some options on Amazon, however, I encourage you to check pricing. Some third-party sellers are jacking up the prices to insane rates. eBay can also be a good source, with the same caveat. Same with Overstock.
Less Common Places to Get Baby Wipes During Coronavirus:
Where to Buy Diapers During Coronavirus
Disposable diapers are flying off the shelves, too. I’ll link some in-stock diaper vendors below. If stock gets really low, you might consider grabbing some cloth diapers that you could reuse at least until the shortage is over. (Bonus, buying handmade cloth diapers helps support small businesses, which can use the help now more than ever!)
Also check out:
Where to Find Lysol in Stock
When I polled my Instagram Story viewers about what they’re shopping for, Lysol was one of the top responses.
Walmart has a couple disinfecting sprays in stock, including one Lysol brand option.
Home Depot isn’t showing any available online, but some stores have availability. Check your local store here and order online for in-store pickup. Some other brands of disinfecting sprays are available for shipping, including this option from Simple Green, or this larger size. There’s also this Comet option (contains bleach).
Target’s Lysol selection is very limited, but you can filter to see if there’s anything in a store near you.
This website reportedly has Lysol spray in stock, however, I’ve never shopped there so I can’t vouch for them.
If you’re willing to pay a premium, check on eBay. There’s tons of Lysol for sale on there.
Where to Find Clorox Wipes in Stock
Clorox Wipes are another popular item sought by my IG Stories viewers.
Surprisingly, Amazon has a couple random Clorox Wipe listings ready to ship. Act fast!
Walmart doesn’t have any Clorox wipes available to ship. But, you can check your store here to see if any are available for in-store pickup. I was able to order a couple to pick up at my local store just now–but we’ll see if the order ends up being fulfilled!
Some sellers have Clorox Wipes on eBay, but even their listings are limited.
Where to Find Hand Sanitizer in Stock
Note that the CDC recommends a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol content to be effective against coronavirus. Be mindful when shopping, as some brands do not meet this requirement.
The sole vendor I could find with hand sanitizer available to ship is California Baby. Their sanitizer has 62% alcohol, which meets the CDC recommendation.
There’s also some hand sanitizer available on eBay.
Where to Find Coronavirus Supplies in Stock
I hope this was helpful for you to find the supplies you need for your family! Shop some of the most popular coronavirus supplies below, and feel free to reach out if you need help locating anything specific!