Hand sanitizer starting at RS. 1

Hand sanitizer starting at RS. 1

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Hand sanitizer starting at RS. 1
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Chik presents hand sanitisers in 2 ML sachet starting at Re 1, which can be used at least twice.

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Thanks for the information. But where can I buy it?

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More plastic pollution. Single use plastic should ideally be avoided.

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Altruist wrote:

More plastic pollution. Single use plastic should ideally be avoided.

Poor people can afford Rs 1 sachet not larger bottles. That’s why shampoo companies made sachets.

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jatzagg780 wrote:

Thanks for the information. But where can I buy it?

It should be available soon in local Kirana stores and grocery store stores.

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TaraRising wrote:

Poor people can afford Rs 1 sachet not larger bottles. That’s why shampoo companies made sachets.

I understand the sentiment but carrying a 10 rs soap makes much more sense. Small bottles are available for 30rs or so. Government may make it even more cheaply available in future.

To open the sachet our people will use their teeth again.

Shampoo sachets people may use once in few days. But these sanitizer sachets have to be used and thrown away many many times a day. Doesn’t make sense to me to increase plastic waste everywhere.

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Altruist wrote:

I understand the sentiment but carrying a 10 rs soap makes much more sense. Small bottles are available for 30rs or so. Government may make it even more cheaply available in future.

To open the sachet our people will use their teeth again.

Shampoo sachets people may use once in few days. But these sanitizer sachets have to be used and thrown away many many times a day. Doesn’t make sense to me to increase plastic waste everywhere.

Good points plus1 KG+

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Altruist wrote:

I understand the sentiment but carrying a 10 rs soap makes much more sense. Small bottles are available for 30rs or so. Government may make it even more cheaply available in future.

To open the sachet our people will use their teeth again.

Shampoo sachets people may use once in few days. But these sanitizer sachets have to be used and thrown away many many times a day. Doesn’t make sense to me to increase plastic waste everywhere.

Good point.. Better to have 5rs soap… santoor etc…

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Altruist wrote:

I understand the sentiment but carrying a 10 rs soap makes much more sense. Small bottles are available for 30rs or so. Government may make it even more cheaply available in future.

To open the sachet our people will use their teeth again.

Shampoo sachets people may use once in few days. But these sanitizer sachets have to be used and thrown away many many times a day. Doesn’t make sense to me to increase plastic waste everywhere.

Good point plus1 , but it’s an good option of sanitizer for a rupee…. It’s way better for people to use and through them in dustbins. Those idiots creates more problems; who consume (even shares ) tobacco ,gutkha sachets and throw them here and there ,not in dustbins.🤔


I have advise for government to write/print warning of corona virus ,instead of cancer on

tobacco ,gutkha sachets smiley

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TaraRising wrote:

Poor people can afford Rs 1 sachet not larger bottles. That’s why shampoo companies made sachets.

If I remember correctly, Chik was the shampoo company that first brought the concept of sachets in India

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