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Lysol

 [li´sol]
trademark for a solution containing phenol derivatives, used as a disinfectant and antiseptic.

lysol

one of the original disinfectants; contains phenol, cresols. Toxic if ingested.
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Its health, hygiene and home portfolio is led by 19 global Powerbrands including Mucinex, Durex, Scholl, Lysol, MegaRed, Veet, Finish, Air Wick, French's, Nurofen, Strepsils, Gaviscon, Dettol, Harpic, Bang, Veja, Mortein, Vanish and Calgon.
The Lysol brand has a mission for health," Gary Rizzo, brand manager for innovation for Europe and North America, told HAITI last month (April 2013, p.
For example, a weak or strong scent of Lysol did not affect probability of capture of North American deermice in strong or weakly scented traps (Van Horn and Douglass, 2000) that had been disinfected many times before the study was initiated (R.
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The Lysol Multipurpose Steam Cleaning System by Conair features a spray bottle design with a removable tank for fill-up at the sink.
That was gross, but nothing a few cans of Lysol didn't fix.
Reckitt Benckiser has used its Lysol cleaners brand for the launch of Ready Brush, a "toilet cleaning system".
Across the country, schools and day care centers are using more bleach and Lysol, wiping down desks, floors, counters, doorknobs, drinking fountains and rubber balls.
At home, regular use of disinfectant products such as Lysol spray and alcohol help keep surfaces clean.
Clean your equipment and shoes with Lysol or a 10 percent bleach solution before leaving the infected area.
In her early 20s, with the aid of a guide to neutering cats and pine-scented Lysol to sterilize the sheets, Brevard managed to dispose of her own testicles.