Who Always Has Lysol Disinfectant Spray in Stock?

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Viruses, bacteria and plenty of other pesky "germs" have caused problems for humans since human life first began. Depending on the germ in question, exposure could lead to everything from coughing and sneezing to a full-blown illness with days of feeling awful and missing school or work. In severe cases, like what the world experienced with COVID-19, germs can cause severe respiratory or other health problems and even lead to death.

When you put the potential risk in perspective, it’s easy to understand why products like Lysol disinfectant spray have become almost impossible to find in 2020. Each Lysol can is boldly labeled with the claim that it kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria, and that number provides a lot of peace of mind to a world full of frightened people. The potent disinfecting spray also prevents the growth of mold and mildew in your home and can be safely used on both hard and soft surfaces. As a bonus, numerous appealing scents help deodorize all the rooms in your home.

In 2020, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officially added Lysol to the list of disinfectants capable of killing coronavirus when they are used appropriately to clean and disinfect surfaces. As a result, Lysol quickly disappeared from store shelves, and it continues to be difficult to find in stores across the U.S. As long as the demand for the product remains high, it will continue to be impossible to know for sure where you can find cans of Lysol on a specific day, but we’ve put together a list of the retailers who are most likely to receive frequent shipments.