What happens if you spray Lysol into an open wound?

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What is in lysol spray?

Lysol Disinfectant Spray, a product made by Reckitt Benckiser, contains: ethanol, water, n-Butane, propane, ethanolamine, fragrance, alkyl (50 percent C14, 40 percent C12, 10 percent C16) dimethyl ... Read More »

What is the active ingredient in Lysol spray?

The active ingredients in Lysol disinfectant spray are alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium saccharinate and ethanol. Alkyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium saccharinate is an antimicrobial that kills microorgan... Read More »

Who made Lysol disinfectant spray?

According to "The New York Times," Louis W. Gates and Emil Klarmann, who both worked for the Lehn & Fink laboratory, invented a phenol compound in the 1930s that became the basis for Lysol disinfec... Read More »

Does Lysol spray kill lice?

To combat head lice, soak combs and brushes for one hour in Lysol after treating the head with a lice shampoo. Lysol will not kill the lice but it will clean some items that have come in contact wi... Read More »