Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray, Spring Waterfall Scent (19 oz., 12 pk.)
About this item
- EPA-registered hospital disinfectant
- Highly effective against TB, MRSA and HIV-1
- Tuberculocidal, virucidal, fungicidal, bactericidal
- Prevents odors and the growth of mold and mildew
- Lysol I.C. disinfectant spray
Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray, Spring Waterfall Scent (19 oz.,12 pk.) will eliminate 99.9% of the germs on your hard, nonporous surfaces.
What Germs Is Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray Effective Against?
Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray is an EPA-registered disinfectant and a top choice among hospital disinfectants. Highly effective against TB, MRSA and HIV-1, it also protects against norovirus, hepatitis A virus, hepatitis B virus, HIV-1, pandemic 2009 H1N1 influenza A virus and more than 50 microorganisms, when used as directed. Lysol I.C. spray is tuberculocidal, virucidal, fungicidal and bactericidal, meaning it kills a number of germs behind serious infections and diseases.
Lysol antibacterial spray also meets the following standards: EPA-registered, it also meets CDC, EPA and OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards.
What Are Some More Details About Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray, Spring Waterfall Scent?
With the help of its Control Flo™ Valve, you can spray Lysol I.C. disinfectant in showers, on sinks and door handles, on surfaces in waiting rooms, sick rooms and laboratories and around toilet areas. Producing a wetter spray, the Control Flo Valve enhances your ability to cover surfaces.
As an all-purpose spray, Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray works on stainless steel, plastic, fiberglass and wood. When used properly, Lysol spray will prevent odors and the growth of mold and mildew. Lysol is a liquid product with an ethyl alcohol base and is distributed by aerosol.
Founded in 1889, Lysol has a long history. During the flu epidemic of 1918, Lysol was recognized as an effective tool against fighting the deadly flu virus. Twelve years later, in 1930, Lysol disinfectant became available in drug stores and hospitals. Today, you'll see Lysol produces a wide range of janitorial supplies, commercial cleaning supplies and industrial cleaning supplies. Depended upon by schools, hospitals, homes and businesses, Lysol can also be found in many office catalogs.
Lysol has partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Education Association (NEA) as part of its Mission for Health, as well as actively supporting disaster relief efforts, both in the U.S. and internationally.