The Simple Formula for Success in Lysol Travel Spray
- Aleena Jones
What is The Simple Formula for Success in Lysol Travel Spray?
We have all had the experience of going to a friends’ house after work and coming home to a messy house and a pile of Lysol Travel Spray. A few hours later, we have the same house cleaner. And she has done her best to clean the house. We both know we did better, but this is the reality of the situation. And it is the reason we are still there—because of the Lysol. It is that simple.
Lysol is a disinfectant, a household cleaner that uses a solvent (usually water) to clean anything. The key is to dilute the liquid with just enough water to get the proper consistency and then store it in a spray bottle.
You can spray it on your skin or clothing or even the places it’s supposed to be on the furniture. It’s great for our home, and there are some really good reviews on Amazon.
In the original story arc, the Lysol Travel Spray was used as a means of escape from the prison that held the heroes. It was so effective they were able to make a full-on escape by running through the front gate and driving down a country road.
How is this spray?
Here in the real world though, the Lysol is used to disinfect a room or bathroom or something. And it is not a great way to get around. As you can see from the reviews left for the product, the spray is really effective, but it comes in different strengths. One person said that its strongest is a “full strength” spray that can be used for 10 minutes.
Another option is to use the spray as a last resort in the event the door is locked to the inside. This is a good option. Because it will still leave a little bit of odor behind. But it will be a small amount.
The spray will not last quite as long but is a good option in any case. It’s just a matter of choosing the right strength. I would say that the strongest spray is one that will last a full 10 minutes. But because people tend to use the spray in such a short time frame. We’ll probably end up using it a little more often than we would otherwise.
The spray will not last as long as the door itself. So if you’re looking for a quick solution, the spray may not be able to cut through a locked door. But, if you’re going for a longer time, this spray is a good option. It will leave a little bit of an odor that may last a day or so. But then it will fade away as the spray evaporates.
Lysol is the only other spray that has a negative odor. You can spray it on yourself to clean your windows, ceiling, etc. A little trick to remember is if you spray it on your house, it will spray on anything that doesn’t have a light source. But, if you spray on a window, you will almost certainly end up with a light source.