Facts About Lysol Spray

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Lysol, a popular disinfectant cleaning agent and solution, comes in an aerosol can for use on hard surfaces. This spray proudly promotes itself as the only disinfectant which can defend against illness and allergies by wiping out powerful germs.

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Lysol Disinfectant Spray comes in seven different scents: Citrus Meadows, Country Scent, Crisp Linen, Early Morning Breeze, Garden Mist, Spring Waterfall and Summer Breeze.


Lysol Disinfectant Spray remains safe for use on such varied surfaces as garbage cans, areas around the toilet, counter tops, faucets, sinks as well as mattresses, pillows, upholstery and couches.


Various viruses, bacteria and fungi can be eradicated from different surfaces when using Lysol Disinfectant Spray. For example the spray effectively kills influenza viruses, salmonella bacteria and mould fungi.


The Lysol spray comes in three different sizes: 539gr, 3544gr, 170gr and a handy travel size in a 29.6ml bottle. Keep in mind however, not all scents are available in all sizes.


If ingested, the highly toxic Lysol Disinfectant Spray may cause damage to the respiratory system, liver or blood, as well as such symptoms as nausea and vomiting. Call a poison centre or doctor right away in such an event.

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