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How can I use Lysol smart without a bottle?

Lysol Smart Dispenser is unique in that it does not require a physical bottle in order to dispense the product. The device utilizes a proprietary, motion-activated dispensing system that releases a precise dose of Lysol spray each time the user waves their hand in front of the sensor.

This allows for easy, convenient and virtually mess-free cleaning and disinfecting. To use the Lysol Smart Dispenser, you will need to fill the reservoir with the Lysol spray of your choice, connect the unit to your Wi-Fi network, download the app and follow the instructions provided to connect the device to the app.

Once set up, you will be able to customize your settings and create cleaning schedules, alerts and reminders that best meets your needs. The Lysol Smart Dispenser is a convenient and mess-free way to keep your home and surfaces clean and germ-free.

Can I refill Lysol spray bottle?

Yes, you can refill your Lysol spray bottle. It’s important to keep all cleaning products securely stored with their original labels and lids on them to help prevent any accidents from occurring. Before refilling, make sure to properly clean and sanitize the spray bottle with soap and water, rinse, and dry.

Make sure to fill the bottle to no more than 3/4 full as leaving room for air can create pressure when spraying. Shake the bottle to help evenly disperse the cleaner, and then test on an inconspicuous area first.

If you choose to make your own cleaner to refill the bottle, make sure the ingredients are safe to use in the spray bottle. Never use bleach or ammonia to make a home-made cleaner, as the combination of both these ingredients can form a hazardous gas.

How do you mix Lysol concentrate with water?

To mix Lysol concentrate with water, you should always follow the instructions on the label. Generally, you’ll need to dilute the concentrate with 1 part Lysol Concentrate to 10 parts of water (for example, 1/3 cup concentrate to 2 2/3 cups of water).

After the concentrate is added to water, the mixture should be stirred or shaken thoroughly to make sure it is mixed well. You can then use the diluted Lysol solution to clean and disinfect. Be sure to store the Lysol concentrate and the diluted solution in a cool, dry place and away from children or pets.

Can you drink Lysol mixed with water?

No, you should not drink Lysol mixed with water. Lysol is a household cleaning product used to disinfect surfaces and remove odors and potentially harmful contaminants. It contains active ingredients such as ethanol, isopropanol, and sodium hypochlorite which can be toxic if ingested and can cause irritation to the skin, eyes, nose, and throat if inhaled or handled improperly.

Therefore, it is not suitable for consumption and should not be consumed, even when mixed with water. Additionally, it is not known whether the toxic active ingredients in Lysol can be properly diluted in water, and since there is the potential for serious health risks if consumed, it is recommended to avoid drinking a mixture of Lysol and water.

Where do you put Lysol automatic toilet cleaner?

Lysol Automatic Toilet Cleaner should be placed in the rim of the toilet bowl, following the instructions on the package. To ensure proper dispensing, it should be placed as close to the back of the bowl as possible with the rim securely wedged between the little wings or fins of the unit.

For best results, the top of the cleaner should be flush with the rim of the toilet bowl and the bottom of the cleaner should sit in the water so it can dispense cleaning solution properly. It’s also important to remember to check the level of toilet cleaner every week to ensure it lasts throughout the month.

How is Lysol used step by step?

Step 1: First, read the label and make sure that Lysol is safe to use on the specific surface you want to clean.

Step 2: Make sure the surface you are cleaning is clear of any dirt, and if necessary, pre-clean it with a cloth.

Step 3: Spray Lysol onto the surface making sure to keep the surface wet for about 10 minutes to make sure the product has penetrated and refreshed the area.

Step 4: After the Lysol has been left to sit for 10 minutes, wipe the surface dry with a clean cloth or paper towel to remove any residue.

Step 5: For tougher messes, use a damp sponge with a small amount of Lysol to scrub the areas more heavily soiled, and then rinse with warm water.

Step 6: To avoid residue after cleaning, be sure to rinse the surface with a damp cloth and then dry it with a clean cloth or paper towel.

Step 7: Make sure to also leave a thin layer of Lysol on the surface as a protective layer and to prevent the growth of bacteria.

Do you have to wipe after spraying Lysol?

Yes, when using Lysol, it is important to wipe surfaces after spraying in order to be sure that the disinfectant is properly spread and the surface is fully disinfected. Additionally, the wiping action helps to break down any dirt and grime that may be on the surface.

When cleaning with Lysol, begin by spraying the surface from a distance of 8-10 inches away and then use a clean cloth to evenly distribute the Lysol, working in a circular pattern. After spreading the Lysol, use a dry cloth or paper towels to dry the surface and leave it germ-free.

Can I spray Lysol on toilet seat?

Yes, you can spray Lysol on a toilet seat. It is a disinfectant, which means it kills germs and bacteria. For best results, first clean the toilet seat with a mild soap or cleaner to remove dirt and other debris, then spray the Lysol directly onto the surface.

Make sure to get into the crevices and cracks of the seat, especially if it is plastic. Allow the Lysol to sit on the seat for at least 2 minutes before wiping off with a clean cloth or paper towel. Additionally, it’s important to read the label on the Lysol bottle and follow the directions for best results.

It’s also important to regularly clean the toilet seat with mild soap or cleaner, as Lysol does not replace this important step.

Can Lysol be poured down the drain?

No, Lysol should not be poured down the drain. Lysol and other disinfectants contain harsh chemicals that can damage your pipes and septic system. You should never dump Lysol in the drain as it can have adverse effects on the environment.

Instead, use natural homemade cleaning solutions like baking soda, vinegar, and lemon juice to clean drains and get rid of smells and bacteria. To unclog your drains, you can use a plunger or an augur with a cable.

If the problem is severe, it’s best to call a plumber to check the drain and make any necessary repairs.

Can I spray my couch with Lysol spray?

No, you should not spray your couch with Lysol spray. The aerosol cans contain chemicals that can cause damage to some materials, such as certain fabrics and rubbers. Furthermore, even if the fabric is not damaged, the chemicals may linger and can cause skin irritation, breathing difficulties, and other physical symptoms.

Additionally, the chemicals in the aerosol can could loiter in the atmosphere and pose a risk to your family, pets, and neighbors. It is not recommended that you spray your couch with Lysol spray.

Instead of Lysol spray, you can vacuum the couch to remove any surface dirt, grime, and pet hair. You can also spot clean areas that are stained with a mixture of half water and half white vinegar and a microfiber cloth or pretreat fabric stains with a detergent that is designed for your particular couch type.

Be sure to read the care label on the couch before using any type of product to ensure a safe cleaning.

Can I use Lysol to clean my shower?

Yes, you can use Lysol to clean your shower. Lysol is a trusted household cleaner with a wide range of uses. It can be used to clean many different surfaces around the home, such as tile, grout, and other hard surfaces in the shower, including glass doors and walls.

To properly clean your shower with Lysol, simply spray the product onto respective surfaces and use a soft-bristled brush or sponge to scrub the surface. Allow the product to sit for several minutes to penetrate the dirt and grime before wiping the surface with a damp cloth and thoroughly rinsing it with water.

Once your shower is clean, apply Lysol’s Disinfectant Spray to surfaces for extra protection against bacteria and viruses.

Can you spray Lysol in bathtub?

Yes, you can spray Lysol in the bathtub. It is important to keep your tub clean and sanitized in order to help prevent bacteria and mold from growing inside. To do this, spray the Lysol directly onto the bathtub surface and allow the product to sit for around 10 minutes before wiping it down with a damp cloth or sponge.

Be sure to get into the ridges and grout lines to ensure that all surfaces have been disinfected. When you are finished, use hot water and soap to rinse off the Lysol. It is important to remember that Lysol should not be used in a shower or any non-removable surface.

It is also best to avoid contact with the eyes and mouth.

How do you make disinfectant spray with Lysol Concentrate?

To make a disinfectant spray from Lysol Concentrate, you will need:

– Lysol Concentrate

– Water

– Spray bottle

– Measuring cup


1. Measure 1.5 teaspoons of Lysol Concentrate into a measuring cup.

2. Fill a spray bottle with 2 cups of water.

3. Slowly add the Lysol Concentrate to the spray bottle and mix to combine.

4. Shake the spray bottle to thoroughly combine the ingredients.

5. Spray the mixture on surfaces you want to disinfect.

6. Allow the mixture to sit on the surface for at least 10 minutes before wiping away.

7. Discard any remaining solution and rinse your spray bottle with hot water.

8. Label the bottle with the date and contents: “Lysol Disinfectant Spray.”

How much Lysol do I spray?

When using Lysol Disinfectant Spray, it is recommended to use a full 6-second spray for each surface to ensure proper disinfection. Make sure to keep the spray approximately 12 inches away from the surface and liberally spray the entire surface until it is wet.

To ensure maximum coverage, you may want to spray the surface a second time. If you are spraying an item that could be damaged by moisture, spray a light mist and allow the Lysol to air-dry on the surface.

When disinfecting multiple surfaces, it is important to always allow the Lysol to air dry on one surface before applying to the next.

Can inhaling too much Lysol make you sick?

Yes, inhaling too much Lysol can make you sick. The active ingredients in Lysol products, including bleach, can cause irritation in the lungs and can even lead to breathing difficulties. Inhalation of Lysol products, especially those that contain alcohol, can also quickly lead to dizziness, nausea, and other symptoms of intoxication.

Long-term exposure to Lysol products can lead to more serious health issues, including permanent damage to the lungs. If you start to experience symptoms of dizziness, nausea, or other indications of intoxication after using Lysol, it is important to get some fresh air, and if necessary, seek medical attention.