GREEN MOUNTAIN PROMOTIONS (COVID-19) Coronavirus protect yourself

protect yourself against the Coronavirus (COVID-19) safer to order offline then go to the store

After watching social media and local and national news those Americans are buying all toilet paper paper towels etc, etc, for quarantine themselves against the Coronavirus. many stores are running out of these items toilet paper, paper towels. I checked the affiliate Merchants that I am working with to see if they still have any of these items. most of these Merchants I do not work directly with I work through a second party, I found what I could and put together. if you are interested in them here they are no fancy website just straight-up items I did not look for any cleaning solution, from my understanding truthfully all you need is bleach and water you can get that at your local store. some of these toilet papers are outrageous prices that’s because they are industrial toilet paper you know Like that you would find in gas stations and businesses any little bit will help especially when you are isolating yourself for 14 days or more. if I got this correct these items can be delivered to your doorstep you will not have to go out and be exposed to the Coronavirus or any other virus. and yes these are affiliate links so I will get a commission for them just a small one no cost to you.

As of March 15th, 2020 these items are still available at your favorite retail vendor.

$6.48

$5.28

$24.97

$4.68

$1.32

$8.52

1 for $2.47-$ or 2 for 4.94

  • 5 tablespoons (1/3rd cup) bleach per gallon of water or
  • 4 teaspoons bleach per quart of water

$11.25 for a Pack of 3 EA

3.17oz, 3 bars for $4.79

It is my understanding to properly clean your hands all you need is soap and water. soap and water to wash dirt, germs, viruses and everything else off your hands and down the dream, hand sanitizer from my understanding it really isn’t all that good for you. other than drying your skin out. well, it dries my skin out I don’t know about anyone else don’t know about liquid soap other than it dries my skin out as well. I have antibacterial soap listed but my understanding all you need is just regular soap. so I give you a choice of regular soap and antibacterial soap, but from my understanding, just regular soap will do just fine cuz all you really doing is washing the germs and dirt and everything off your hand down the drain. do not quote me do your own research I left a link to the CDC you can check it out for yourself I am speaking in my own opinion and from my little understanding of it

4ct (4.5 oz per bar)$3.26 for a single pack of
$6.48 for 2 pack of 4

 I know this is ridiculous especially the price but my research is for who has toilet paper still available to purchase. if you just happen to run out of options then you still have this to consider but only as a last resort when all else fails. on the other hand, you will have reading material to read while you wait or and doing your business

$10.00 buy 2 get 1  1/2 off

$10.00 buy 2 get 1  1/2 off

$10.00 buy 2 get 1  1/2 off

2 ply 1000 ft./Roll, 12 Rolls $43.59
2 ply 550 Sheets/Roll, 80 Rolls $72.39

2-Ply 500 Sheets/Roll, 96 Rolls $58.29.

 2-Ply 350 Sheets/Roll, 48 Rolls $32.19

2-Ply 550 Sheets/Roll, 40 Rolls $59.99

1-Ply 550 Sheets/Roll, 40 Rolls $39.67

, 2-Ply, White, 3.5″ x 800 ft, 12/$59.37

2-Ply, 96/Ct $133.99

Jumbo Roll 2000ft, 12 Rolls $75.99

2-Ply, White, 865 Sheets/Roll, 36/$115.07

 2-Ply 1000 Sheets/Roll, 6 Rolls/$57.09

Clean & Disinfect

There is much to learn about the novel coronavirus that causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19). Based on what is currently known about the novel coronavirus and similar coronaviruses that cause SARS and MERS, spread from person-to-person with these viruses happens most frequently among close contacts (within about 6 feet). This type of transmission occurs via respiratory droplets. On the other hand, transmission of novel coronavirus to persons from surfaces contaminated with the virus has not been documented. Transmission of coronavirus occurs much more commonly through respiratory droplets than through fomites. Current evidence suggests that novel coronavirus may remain viable for hours to days on surfaces made from a variety of materials. Cleaning of visibly dirty surfaces followed by disinfection is a best practice measure for prevention of COVID-19 and other viral respiratory illnesses in households and community settings.
This guidance provides recommendations on the cleaning and disinfection of households where persons under investigation (PUI) or those with confirmed COVID-19 reside or may be in self-isolation. It is aimed at limiting the survival of the virus in the environments. These recommendations will be updated if additional information becomes available.
These guidelines are focused on household settings and are meant for the general public.
  • Cleaning refers to the removal of germs, dirt, and impurities from surfaces. Cleaning does not kill germs, but by removing them, it lowers their numbers and the risk of spreading infection.
  • Disinfecting refers to using chemicals to kill germs on surfaces. This process does not necessarily clean dirty surfaces or remove germs, but by killing germs on a surface after cleaning, it can further lower the risk of spreading infection.
Clothing, towels, linens and other items that go in the laundry
  • Wear disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry from an ill person and then discard after each use. If using reusable gloves, those gloves should be dedicated for cleaning and disinfection of surfaces for COVID-19 and should not be used for other household purposes. Clean hands immediately after gloves are removed.
    • If no gloves are used when handling dirty laundry, be sure to wash hands afterwards.
    • If possible, do not shake dirty laundry. This will minimize the possibility of dispersing virus through the air.
    • Launder items as appropriate in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions. If possible, launder items using the warmest appropriate water setting for the items and dry items completely. Dirty laundry from an ill person can be washed with other people’s items.
    • Clean and disinfect clothes hampers according to guidance above for surfaces. If possible, consider placing a bag liner that is either disposable (can be thrown away) or can be laundered.
for more information contact the Center for Disease and Control (CDC) online.