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Mon Feb 8 15:35:59 CST 2010
Robert Yoder wrote:
> Greetings, group,
> The sanitizing hand-wipes available at grocery-stores' front doors have many uses. Best of all: they're free to us!
Well, not really. The cost of those wipes is factored into the profit
margin of the store, which means higher prices at the checkout counter.
A package of WetWipes costs about a buck. Or you could just keep a
bottle of 70% isopropyl alcohol (75 cents) and an old washrag in your
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