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Keep your clothes fresh, clean, andLysol Sanitizer Additive kills 99.9% of bacteria detergents leave behind free of germs with Lysol Laundry Sanitizer! Our clothes are constantly exposed to bacteria throughout the day, from touching others, to touching contaminated surfaces, and even our own bodies. Bacteria spread from fabric to fabric in the laundry basket, and some of these bacteria can survive after being washed in a machine.

You want to get rid of bacteria that may cause illnesses and leave lingering bad smells when it comes to certain laundry loads such as children's clothes or sportswear, but laundry detergents on their own can't achieve this. Lysol Laundry Sanitizer is an additive designed to deter 99,9% of bacteria in laundry. It is safe to use on most fabrics, including whites, colors and darks, and does not contain any chlorine bleach, meaning it works even in cold water.

  • Works with any laundry pods, detergent powder or liquid detergent; Simply add to rinse cycle

  • Does Not contain bleach

  • Works on any temp setting, even cold water

Lysol Laundry Sanitizer FAQ

  • Does Lysol laundry sanitizer really work?

    Sanitizers typically get rid of 99.9% of bacteria, while disinfectants kill bacteria and viruses. Typically, laundry sanitizers are effective against Klebsiella pneumoniae, which can cause pneumonia, meningitis and GI issues.

  • What is comparable to Lysol laundry sanitizer?

    Vinegar. White vinegar combined with ordinary laundry soap or baking soda added to the wash makes an effective cleaning and disinfectant.

  • Is laundry sanitizer the same as detergent?

    After cleaning with a detergent, items and equipment must be sanitized as a sanitizer cannot remove dirt and grease. If you remove dirt and grease with a sanitizer, the level of pathogenic bacteria is reduced to a safe level.

  • Is laundry sanitizer necessary?

    The experts say that laundry sanitizers are effective at protecting against viruses that cause colds, flu, and Covid-19. We suggest that you wear disposable gloves when handling dirty laundry like clothes and linens used by a sick person or work clothes.

  • Is Lysol laundry sanitizer safe to use?

    It leaves fabrics with a fresh, clean laundry scent, is safe to use on delicate items, such as bedding, towels, sportswear, and children's clothing.