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What is Dettol?

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Dettol offers a line of cleaning products that are available in the United Kingdom. It sells products for the kitchen, bathroom, nursery, floors and laundry.

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Dettol's products are designed to keep the home clean and free of any germs that may cause sickness. Their most popular products for the home include a multi-purpose spray, antibacterial soap, hand wash, surface wipes, disinfectant spray, mold and mildew remover, and a complete clean bathroom cleaner.

In addition to cleaners, Dettol also offers a line of first aid and hygiene products. These include products such as antiseptic wash and cream and a no-touch hand wash system.

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