I'll have to look into that. I know for Target curbside, there are certain items that you cannot get for curbside delivery. I could be wrong, but they seem to be COVID staples, such as paper towels, toilet paper, etc. In fact, they have limits on only being allowed to buy one or two of such cleaning and essential items.@bjones4583 wrote:
Ordering online may cost you a bit more and there are many options there, and there's nothing like the convenience of having it delivered to your doorstep.
Walmart's smaller bottles were $.99 and larger ones at $1.49 pre-COVID in my area. I have no idea what they sell for now, as no one has any.@GApeach wrote:
I use alcohol for my granite countertops. I have repurposed liquid hand sanitizer (not the gel) that a distillery produced sold in a liquor bottle. I found this at Ollies but have seen similar in other stores. I have one bottle of 91% rubbing alcohol left purchased pre pandemic and a few big bottles of the 70% I got from Walmart.com after it got started. I used to pick up bottles all the time when I needed a small item to round out the $9 purchase requirement with grocery shops. Back then they were far less than a dollar and I find that is no longer the case. Hyperinflation!?