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41-Oz Lysol Laundry Sanitizer Additive (Crisp Linen) EXPIRED

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  • Kills 99.9% of bacteria like Staphylococcus Aureus & Klebsiella pneumoniae, simply add to rinse cycle
  • Contains 0% bleach, works even in cold water
  • Gentle on most fabrics including whites & colors
  • Works in all standard & HE machines

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Hot water won't kill everything, and this operates (essentially) like bleach for colors in terms of disinfection and removing smells, something a lot of color safe bleach doesn't do. Worth it if you use synthetic fibers and wicking clothing.
You can also get the larger 90 Fl Oz version for $8.47 ($9.97 plus 15% S&S discount).

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01N6...UTF8&psc=1
Guys, Unless you use bleach or this sanitizer additive. it's the dryer—not the washing machine that kills harmful microorganisms. "High heat drying for at least 28 minutes is the most effective way to kill viruses," "High heat" setting is key

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You can also get the larger 90 Fl Oz version for $8.47 ($9.97 plus 15% S&S discount).

https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B01N6...UTF8&psc=1 [Monetized]
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If you use hot water, does that not Sanitize it enough?
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Quote from BostonMarket :
If you use hot water, does that not Sanitize it enough?
Hot water won't kill everything, and this operates (essentially) like bleach for colors in terms of disinfection and removing smells, something a lot of color safe bleach doesn't do. Worth it if you use synthetic fibers and wicking clothing.
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Hot water won't kill everything, and this operates (essentially) like bleach for colors in terms of disinfection and removing smells, something a lot of color safe bleach doesn't do. Worth it if you use synthetic fibers and wicking clothing.
Interesting, guess there's more I have to learn.
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If you use hot water, does that not Sanitize it enough?
Do you make a habit of boiling your laundry? Most taps will max out around 120F or so (basically the limit of what you could keep your hand submerged in for any length of time); you could set it higher but would be wasting energy keeping it there on top of risking scalding yourself.

140-150 is generally enough to kill most viruses [insider.com] but for other pathogens they recommend boiling (212F) for a few minutes.
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I would check Lysol's website where they list which fo their ingredients kill the covid virus. If that's your intention.
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Guys, Unless you use bleach or this sanitizer additive. it's the dryer—not the washing machine that kills harmful microorganisms. "High heat drying for at least 28 minutes is the most effective way to kill viruses," "High heat" setting is key
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I can vouch this stuff does work to remove odors that detergent leaves behind. I never had a problem before with stinky feet, but I got dr. Scholl's running inserts for my plantar fasciitis and while they give added support, they aren't like the original shoe inserts that never seem to have a smell to them. They make my socks stink too, which has never happened before. Even after washing my socks in warm water with Tide they still smell, so I used this stuff and I was pleasantly surprised my socks smelled nice and clean again and so did the inserts. Most athletic clothing is cold water wash and I air dry because I want the clothing to last, so this stuff is amazing to help sanitize and keep my socks/athletic clothing smelling fresh.
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If you use hot water, does that not Sanitize it enough?
I used this about every 3rd wash or so of towels. It helps get rid of smells deep in fibers.
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I add this to my dog's bedding in the wash and it does a great job of getting rid of doggy odors.
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I would check Lysol's website where they list which fo their ingredients kill the covid virus. If that's your intention.
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Can't figure out if this is a deal.....
How many loads per 41 Fl Oz?
It might be worth because of convenience.
Cuz... if you want to sanitize laundry, hydrogen peroxide and vinegar works wonders and it's much cheaper
PS: For the people that wil comment about mixing H2O2 with CH₃COOH. [cleaningbusinesstoday.com]

They're not supposed to be mixed and left in a container.
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This sounds good for washing nursing bras and stinky towels.

Also, a lot of people in the reviews reported having an allergic reaction. So maybe not a good fit if you have sensitive skin?
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