We aim to show you accurate product information. Manufacturers, suppliers and others provide what you see here, and we have not verified it. See our disclaimerKeep your clothes fresh, clean and free of germs with Lysol Laundry Sanitizer! Our clothes are in constant contact with bacteria throughout our day-to-day activities, from hugging other people, brushing against contaminated surfaces and even our own bodies. Bacteria can spread from one fabric to another in the laundry basket, from the washing-machine drum to the next load. Some of these bacteria can survive following the wash cycle! When it comes to certain laundry loads such as children’s clothes or sportswear, you want to eliminate bacteria that may cause illnesses and create lingering bad smells. But laundry detergents alone don’t actually kill all bacteria. Lysol Laundry Sanitizer is an additive specially designed to kill 99.9% of bacteria in laundry*. Simply add Lysol Laundry Sanitizer to your rinse cycle. It does not contain any chlorine bleach and even works in cold water, so is safe to use on most fabrics including whites, colors and darks. Lysol Laundry Disinfectant, Antibacterial Detergent Additive, Crisp Linen, 90 Ounces Formulated to kill 99.9% of the bacteria that detergents leave behind Simply add to rinse cycle Kills bacteria like Staphylococcus Aureus & Klebsiella pneumoniae Contains 0% bleach and works even in cold water Gentle on most fabrics including whites & colors Works in all standard & HE machines Suitable for children’s clothes, gym clothes, underwear, towels, bedding & delicates Pair with other Lysol products for a fresh, clean home Keep your home fresh and clean with all Lysol cleaning products: Lysol Disinfectant Spray | Lysol Disinfectant Wipes | Lysol Multi purpose Cleaner | Lysol Bathroom Cleaner | Lysol Laundry Sanitizer | Lysol Air Freshener 5 Ways to De-Germ the Heart of Your Home For most families, the kitchen is the hub of the home. It’s the place where everyone gathers for meals, conversation, homework sessions, and crafts. With all that traffic, it’s essential to keep the space as clean and healthy as possible. Tip #1 – Taming the trash can Use a can with a lid, and sprinkle baking soda or kitty litter (or place a dryer sheet) in the bottom under the bag to conquer smells. Tip #2 – Decontaminating counters and stovetops Greasy spills and cross-contaminations are the top germ culprits for flat kitchen surfaces. The key is to swipe up grime, liquids, and food residue quickly, before they have a chance to present a bacterial threat. Tip #3 – Little things, big germ catchers Some sneaky sources of germs include drawer handles and knobs, sink faucets, can openers, countertop appliances, knife blocks, tops of cabinets, and dishwasher doors. Tip #4 – The raw deal on food To prevent cross-contamination, keep raw foods away from pre-packaged and prepared foods. Start while you’re shopping – separate raw meat, poultry, and seafood from the rest of the items in your cart. Tip #5 – Save the sink for last As you’re cleaning the kitchen, you’re likely to deposit waste liquids and crumbs down the sink, and to run water for rinsing. The kitchen sink should be the last thing you clean.