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Where to bulk buy antibacterial wipes online in Australia

Sanitise those high-touch surfaces quickly and effectively by picking up disinfectant wipes in bulk from these stores.

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Constantly disinfecting high-touch surfaces at the office helps keep everyone within it healthy and safe. Make sure your workspace is as hygienic as possible, as often as possible, by bulk buying your wipes from these stores.

Not only does buying in bulk save you from doing a top-up run, but you can also save big on the cost per item.

Where to buy antibacterial wipes in bulk online

  • The Pharmacy
  • Washroom Accessories
  • Officeworks

Don't have a lot of surfaces to clean? You'll find stores selling smaller quantities of antibacterial wipes here. So you can stay hygienic while saving cupboard space.


1. eBay

Selling just about everything under the sun, you'll be spoiled for choice on disinfecting wipes at eBay. This marketplace sells local and international products for the very best price.

  • Free delivery for eBay Plus members and on select other items
  • Click and collect available
  • Accepts Afterpay, PayPal and major credit cards

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2. Amazon

Boasting competitive prices across a wide variety of stock, Amazon makes it easy to nab your disinfectant wipes without running up your overhead costs.

  • Free delivery on orders over $39
  • Sells big name brands including Dettol, Medela and Micro Defence
  • Sells no-name brands to keep expenses down

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3. Kogan

From disinfectant wipes to hand sanitisers, Kogan stocks bulk and multi-packs to pack your work pantry on a budget.

  • Free delivery for Kogan First members on select items
  • Accepts Afterpay and Zip
  • Earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points on your purchase

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4. Catch

This marketplace is renowned for its bargains. Stock changes constantly, but you can always bet you're paying bottom dollar for your essentials.

  • Free delivery for Club Catch members on select items
  • Accepts Afterpay and Zip
  • Order often leaves in one business day

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5. The Pharmacy

When updating your first aid kit, don't forget to drop a couple of disinfectant wipes into your basket, too. Getting them from The Pharmacy means you don't have to pay top dollar either.

  • Stocks Dettol antibacterial and disinfectant wipes
  • Free store pick-up available
  • Accepts Afterpay, PayPal and major credit cards
  • Flat-rate $9.95 shipping charges on orders to metro areas

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6. Washroom Accessories

Put germs in the bin for a bargain by shopping at Washroom Accessories. This store serves commercial properties and sells wipes by the carton to last you for ages.

  • Only sells in bulk to suit companies, businesses and hospitals
  • Price-beat guarantee
  • Free delivery on orders over $175
  • Accepts direct deposit, PayPal and credit card payments

7. Officeworks

Officeworks is your one-stop shop for all your office needs. On top of stationery and electronics, it sells cleaning products at super low prices.

  • Accepts Zip, Afterpay and major credit cards
  • Free delivery on orders over $55
  • Sells big name brands including Dettol and Pine O Cleen


Which of these retailers offer free delivery when you buy antibacterial wipes online?

  • eBay: Free delivery on select items and for eBay Plus members
  • Amazon: Free delivery on orders over $39
  • Washroom Accessories: Free delivery on orders over $175
  • Officeworks: Free delivery on orders over $55

Who stocks Dettol antibacterial wipes?


What's the difference between antibacterial wipes and disinfectant wipes?

Antibacterial and disinfectant wipes are both used to remove and deactivate germs; however, there are differences between the two.

As the name suggests, antibacterial wipes kill bacteria, such as salmonella and E. coli, and prevent their transmission. They're often used on hands and light-touch areas. But while they kill bacteria, they're not intended to eliminate viruses such as COVID-19 unless they claim "antiviral activity". They also aren't intended to remove dirt or grime.

Disinfectants, however, are aimed at deactivating pathogens, including bacteria and viruses. Despite this, the Australian Government Department of Health advises you should still make sure that yours claims "antiviral activity" to ensure maximum effectiveness against COVID-19. Chlorine-based disinfectants are common products that have antiviral properties.

Again, disinfectants aren't intended to remove dirt or grime.

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