Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner (32 oz., 12 pk.)
About this item
- Kills 99.9% of harmful bacteria and viruses
- Dissolves tough stains immediately on contact
- Lysol toilet bowl cleaner liquid has thick formula that coats inside of bowl
- Cleans and disinfects at the same time
Toilet bowls can be breeding grounds for all kinds of harmful bacteria and germs. Lysol® Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner (32 oz., 12 pk.) effectively kills 99.9% of the germs and bacteria living in toilets all while making them impressively clean. Your toilet will be cleaner and healthier than it's ever been with Lysol toilet bowl cleaner.
What Kinds of Germs Will Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner Work On?
Lysol toilet cleaner kills staph, E. coli, Pseudomonas and salmonella bacteria. It also kills viruses, including hepatitis A, HIV-1, poliovirus type 1 and rotavirus WA, which is known to cause diarrhea in children. Using this kind of Lysol bathroom cleaner product will help you to keep family, friends and coworkers healthy and safe from harmful bacteria.
What Do I Need To Know About Using Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner?
Using this Lysol bowl cleaner is very simple. The bottle has a design that makes it easy for you to get the cleaning liquid into otherwise hard-to-reach areas. It has an angled neck so you can target the places that need cleaning up at the top of the toilet bowl. The liquid itself makes things easier for you too. It's thick and coats the inside of the toilet bowl so that any marks or stains are easier to remove with a brush. As soon as the liquid touches a stain, it starts to dissolve it away on contact.
What Can I Use The Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner On?
You can use this product to clean and disinfect hard and nonporous surfaces of toilet bowls, urinals, bidets, porcelain and vitreous china. Nothing in this cleaning liquid is harmful to any plumbing or septic systems.
How Do I Use This Product?
Using Lysol toilet cleaner is quick and easy. All you have to do is coat the inside of the toilet by aiming the spout at the upper ring of the bowl and squeezing. Allow the liquid to drip down. Then use a toilet cleaning brush to wipe away any stain residue and marks. Flush the toilet and you're done. It's as close to using an automatic toilet bowl cleaner as you can get without actually using one.