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Lysol Kills Herpes Simplex Virus Types 1 and 2 in 10 minutes

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So I was cleaning the bathtub this morning at my mom's house where I'm visiting and I noticed the Lysol Disinfectant Spray near the bathtub. I always love reading the back of skincare products and sometimes cleaning products (as in this case) so I picked up the can of Lysol. According to the back label of Lysol, it disinfects and kills the following viruses: Influenza, Avian Influenza, Hepatitis A, and Herpes Simplex Virus 1 and 2 among other viruses in 10 MINUTES. It also referred to these viruses as HOUSEHOLD GERMS.

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Lysol kills hsv?

So i say really? And if so how would u use it to kill the hsv 1 or 2? Please if u know let me know

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Yes, lysol kill germs on OBJECTS...surly that is what you are referring to.

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Yes, on objects like Misty said. Unfortunately there isn't a cure...

And how nice of you to clean her tub!!! ;):flowers:

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Oust does the same thing. I read that on the can awhile ago when I got diagnosed last November. It kills the virus on objects. Also Meijer brand disinfectant wipes kill hsv on objects as well.

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I dont think I want to put what I use to clean the tub and the toilet on my vajayjay...as bad as ob's can be, I'd rather keep my tender areas lysol free....

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