Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray, Original Scent (19 oz.,12 pk.)
About this item
- Lysol I.C. disinfectant spray
- 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, Original Scent (19 oz.,12 pk.) kills 99.9% of germs on hard, nonporous surfaces.
What Germs Can Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray Eliminate?
A top choice among hospital disinfectants, this EPA-registered disinfectant is highly effective against TB, MRSA and HIV-1, as well as norovirus, hepatitis A virus, hepatitis B virus, HIV-1, pandemic 2009 H1N1, influenza A virus and over 50 microorganisms, when used as directed. It is tuberculocidal, virucidal, fungicidal and bactericidal, meaning it fights a number of the culprits behind serious infections and diseases.
Lysol is in compliance with the following standards: It is EPA-registered and meets CDC, EPA and OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards.
What Are Some More Details About Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray, Original Scent?
With the Control Flo™ Valve, you can use Lysol I.C. disinfectant spray on everything from showers to sinks, to door handles; inside waiting rooms, sick rooms and laboratories; and around toilet areas. The Control Flo Valve produces a wetter spray to enhance surface coverage.
An all-purpose spray, Lysol I.C. Disinfectant Spray can be used on fiberglass, plastic, stainless steel and wood. Used properly, it prevents odors and the growth of mold and mildew. With an ethyl alcohol base, this is a liquid product, distributed by aerosol.
Since its founding in 1889, Lysol has helped build a healthier world. In 1918, Lysol was recognized as an effective tool against fighting the deadly flu virus that was then at epidemic proportions. In 1930, Lysol disinfectant first became available for consumers to buy in drug stores and for use in hospitals. Today, you'll see Lysol included on many school supply lists, depended upon by schools, hospitals, homes and businesses. Lysol today produces a wide range of janitorial supplies, commercial cleaning supplies and industrial cleaning supplies and can be found in many office catalogs.
Lysol has partnered with health-conscious organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Education Association (NEA), as part of its Mission for Health. In addition, Lysol actively supports disaster relief efforts, nationally and globally.