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Disinfect to Protect: 5 ways to use Lysol Disinfectant Spray in your home

Given the rapid spread of this pandemic, it’s imperative to sanitize every surface of your home especially the hot spots in your house - door knobs, remote controls, etc. According to studies, coronavirus may survive for several days on some surfaces. While its life span varies on the surface, the virus can clearly stay long enough to make disinfecting hot spots in your office or home a priority.

When it comes to disinfecting, Lysol Disinfectant Spray has been a longtime go-to essential. From co-workers spraying their stations after they’ve been sick to spritzing down your kids’ play area after they have wreaked certain havoc on it, it has been  proven and trusted to get rid of germs and viruses that can cause diseases. However, it is not known to many that it has plenty of other uses one may never have even thought of and we, at Tripi, are here to break it down for you: 

1. The bathroom

You may only be using Lysol Disinfectant Spray in the bathroom to eliminate odors and spray on common and frequently touchett mould and mildew. 

2. Couches, chairs, pillows, and beds

If you think about it, many of our outside clothes, dirty hands, hair and feet, and more touches the surfaces mentioned above on the daily. While you might consider vacuuming such surfaces, you can also use Lysol Disinfecting Spray at least once a week as a quick fix. You’re not just attacking any residual germs but also keeping fabrics fresh. 

3. Door handles and light switches

Door knobs/handles and light switches are considered one of the hot spots in your house. Sadly, these surfaces aren’t something we typically think about disinfecting though. That’s when disinfecting spray comes in handy. Spray it at least once a week to help keep germs at bay. 

4. Toys, Gadgets, Remote Controls

Did you know that your gadgets have more germs than your toilet seat? How much more with your kids’ toys? These are items that are very prone to germs due to our constant usage, and when is the last time you ever cleaned them? You can use Lysol Disinfectant Spray to clean it but make sure to cover the speakers and outlet plugs, and give it a quick wipe down with a paper towel afterwards.

5. Kitchen counters

Many people think that if something looks clean, it’s safe. Your kitchen may look clean but also contaminated with germs at the same time. Kitchen countertops tend to be the dirtiest as this is where you prep your food, cut raw meats, place your grocery bags, etc. Most people wipe the dirt off of countertops with sponges and cleaning cloths that has e-coli and other bacteria. If you want to keep your cooking surfaces at their cleanest, spray them down with Lysol Disinfectant Spray.

Keep your home not just squeaky clean but also free of germs and bacteria that may cause diseases with Lysol Disinfectant Spray. It can kill 99.9% of germs on all surfaces. You can now purchase your favorite Lysol products at Tripi.ph with no purchase limits! 

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Marlou Dador
18 November, 2020
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