GH Tested: Lysol Smart Disinfecting Cleaner

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Photo credit: Courtesy of Good Housekeeping Art Team/Lysol
Photo credit: Courtesy of Good Housekeeping Art Team/Lysol

Cleaning has always been a priority for people, but even more so after the last year and a half. And while life is slowly starting to look a little like the world before COVID-19, one thing that's for sure is that keeping things clean is a precaution that's at the forefront of everyone's minds. You can't always control the germs, messes and more outside of your home, but you can make sure your household surfaces are disinfected for both the safety of yourself and the people you live with.

Our GH tested review of the Lysol Smart Multi-Purpose Cleaner hit high marks with our testers as a solid cleaning product to help you do just that, with the added bonus of sustainable packaging, so that while you're cleaning those greasy and sticky messes, you're also making an eco-friendly choice and helping reduce the use of single-use plastics!

WHAT WE LIKE

  • CLEAN SURFACES WITHOUT STICKY RESIDUE: Testers were impressed by the performance of this disinfecting cleaner. The spray easily cut grease on glass, erased scuffs and smudges from painted walls, dissolved sticky stains and eliminated soap scum from a tub.

  • A FRIEND TO THE EARTH: This concentrated cleaning formula is a great way to cut down on single-use plastics with its sustainable packaging that allows one single bottle of the spray to be reused up to 25 times, thanks to cleaner cartridge refill packs, sold separately in packs of two for only $5.00, that simply screw into the bottle. You save 75% more plastic using this spray than a regular bottle of Lysol cleaner.

  • SATISFYING SCENT: No strong chemical smell here! Thanks to the spray's citrus-y scent, you don't have to worry about any strong unsavory smells giving you a headache or overwhelming your home.

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