Who invented lysol?

Answer Lysol, which is a household disinfectant and cleaner, was invented by two people, Louis Gates and Emil Klarmann. They invented Lysol in 1934 when they worked for Lehn & Fink Inc. Lysol first came o... Read More »

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When was Lysol disinfectant spray invented?

Lysol is a brand name of disinfectant spray that came out in 1918, during the Spanish flu pandemic. The spray is used to disinfect hard surfaces around the house by killing germs.Source:Mevio Offer... Read More »

Is it harmful to use Lysol?

On One Hand: It Is Not HarmfulLysol is a very strong cleaner that cleans food surfaces. When diluted properly, it is not harmful to people. The dilution is a teaspoon of Lysol to a gallon of water.... Read More »

Who manufactures Lysol?

Lysol disinfectant products are manufactured by Reckitt Benckiser, a company in the borough of Slough in Berkshire County, England. The company formed in 1999 from the merger of German company Benc... Read More »

Is Lysol poisonous?

Lysol is poisonous and toxic. Lysol spray and other Lysol products that contain phenolic compound (used as a disinfectant) are unsuitable for use on human beings. If ingested it causes pain, nausea... Read More »