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10-Oz Lysol NeutraAir 2-in-1 Spray (Driftwood Waters) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 10-Oz Lysol NeutraAir 2-in-1 Eliminates Odors & Disinfects Spray (Driftwood Waters) for $3.77 - 5% off when you checkout via subscribe & save - $1.18 off when you clip the coupon on the product page = $2.59. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has 10-Oz Lysol NeutraAir 2-in-1 Eliminates Odors & Disinfects Spray (Driftwood Waters) for $3.99 - 5% off when you checkout via subscribe & save - $1.20 off when you clip the coupon on the product page = $2.59. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

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This stuff smells magnificent! It's out of stock often, and rarely marked down. Thanks and rep'd!!
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Note: Coupons are usually limited to one per account.
in this case it isn't - works for two or three - limit three per order - works on subsequent order too.
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To some, this flat out stinks. To others it smells "magnificent" Smilie

As for the container, we ordered some orange top and blue top ones a while back. 3 out of the 4 came with damaged tops. If you take the broken spray cap off, you can still use the underlying structure to spray (if it is not also damaged). Didn't order again b/c 75% of damaged tops was unacceptable.
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Not the same anymore, It really smells bad. Pre pandemic ones were really good.

Neutra Air fresh breeze
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Will this work well for disinfecting sneakers/insoles? Or is it a bad idea to spray these chemicals where your feet go…
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Will this work well for disinfecting sneakers/insoles? Or is it a bad idea to spray these chemicals where your feet go…
I'm thinking it's safer on your feet that in the air you breathe, like most chemicals. So, if it passed all the inhalation tests, go on with your bad self. Spray it on the foot stank.
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I saw someone use lysol spray to respell mosquitos. Not sure if it worked but there was no mosquitos the whole time we were outdoor.
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Will this work well for disinfecting sneakers/insoles? Or is it a bad idea to spray these chemicals where your feet go…
I'd just wash your shoes in washing machine. You could even get a laundry sanitizer to add to the wash, I believe Lysol makes one of those too
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I can't understand what the actual use case is for this product. Odors need to be addressed at the source and not via airborne particles, and I'd be pretty concerned about breathing in this stuff if one is trying to "disinfect the air"
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I can't understand what the actual use case is for this product. Odors need to be addressed at the source and not via airborne particles, and I'd be pretty concerned about breathing in this stuff if one is trying to "disinfect the air"
How else are you going to cover up the weed smell in the basement from your parents?
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I can't understand what the actual use case is for this product. Odors need to be addressed at the source and not via airborne particles, and I'd be pretty concerned about breathing in this stuff if one is trying to "disinfect the air"
If you smelled some of the gas that comes out of my family's butts you would understand the use case for this.
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