LYSOL Lysol Disinfecting Wipes, Convenient & Effective Cleaning FAQ
Are Lysol wipes harmful? Are Lysol wipes safe for skin?
Don't ever use Clorox wipes on skin. For obvious reasons, this is an important one: Don't use these wipes as diaper wipes or to clean your body. Sanitizing claims are based on using the wipes as directed on hard and soft surfaces, not human skin.
Is it safe to wipe hands with Lysol wipes?
Cleansing wipes should carry an EPA number on the label, indicating that they're not intended to be used as a personal care product and that you should rinse your hands thoroughly after use.
What surfaces can I use Clorox wipes on?
Lysol Disinfecting Wipes are easy to use and work on a variety of nonporous surfaces, including mirrors and glass. The powerful cleaning technology also fights soap scum and gets rid of kitchen grease. Keep the canister in your kitchen or bathroom or at your desk at work for convenient cleaning and disinfection.
What are the ingredients in Lysol Wipes?
Known Ingredients include: ALKYL DIMETHYL BENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (C14 60%, C16 30%, C12 5%, C18 5%), ALKYL DIMETHYL ETHYLBENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE (C12-14), ALKYL DIMETHYL ETHYLBENZYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDES (C12-18), ISOPROPYL ALCOHOL.
Can lysol wipes be used on granite?
You should not use Lysol on your granite countertops, backsplashes or vanity tops, since its harsh ingredients can cause your sealer to lose its effectiveness.