Does Lysol kill mold?


According to the Lysol website, Lysol Disinfectant Spray kills 99.9 percent of mold and mildew. It also kills most odor-causing bacteria, bacteria on surfaces and viruses.

It’s important to get the Lysol Disinfectant Spray model of the product in order to kill mold. Not all Lysol products are designed to kill mold at the same level. Mold is dangerous to humans, since breathing in the mold causes respiratory problems. Many people are allergic to mold and have severe reactions if there is too much mold in the air. It is also important to spray Lysol disinfectant directly onto moldy areas in order to kill the mold. Spraying nearby does not have the same effect. Other ways to control mold include controlling the level of humidity in the affected area and quickly fixing leaky roofs, pipes and windows. Mold grows where there is moisture. Thoroughly cleaning damp areas after any kind of flooding by drying the area also helps with mold problems by at least preventing their spread. Then, Lysol Disinfectant Spray or other household cleaning products are employed to kill the existing mold. This prevents any new mold from growing on the affected area after the initial mold is killed.

Q&A Related to "Does Lysol kill mold?"
1. Spray the black mold with Lysol mold and mildew spray. Saturate the mold completely with the spray. Allow the cleaner to work on the black mold for five to 10 minutes. 2. Scrub
Lysol is a disinfectant known as a phenol. Phenols kill all bacteria, spores, viruses, and fungi by damaging cell membranes and proteins.
Lysol kills 99.9% of germs on hard, nonporous surfaces within 30 seconds. ChaCha again!
if you don't want to use bleach, I would suggest the lysol mold and mildew spray in the aerosol can . . . you have to saturate the mold and let it dry out . . then you can clean it
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