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Lysol Disinfectant Wipes TV Spot, 'School Year'

Lysol Disinfecting Wipes Value Pack, Lemon & Lime Blossom, 320 Wipes (4 Packs of 80 Wipes)

$12.99


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This premier gift set also comes with three 12 ounce black molcajete style serving bowls to use for chips, sour cream, or guacamole, a set of dishwasher safe stainless steel serving tongs and a convenient pack of Lysol disinfecting wipes with lemon scent for the clean-up.

Girls playing patty-cake and kids grabbing markers from a box means much more than back to school: it means germs. Before the school year starts, grab some Lysol disinfectant wipes to clean off any germs that your child might have brought back home from school.

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  • Amazon:  Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 80 wipe x 3 pack (240 Wipes); best value pack available on Amazon
    • $9.97/pack OR .041/wipe
  • Walmart:  Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 80 wipe x 3 pack (240 Wipes); best value pack available at Walmart online and in stores
    • $9.97/pack OR .041/wipe
  •  Costco:  Lysol Disinfecting Wipes 80 wipe x 6 pack (480 Wipes)
    • In Warehouse: $13.59/pack OR .028/wipe
    • Online (with shipping):  $17.99/pack OR .037/wipe

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I have purchased Lysol Disinfectant Wipes with Micro-Lock Fibers on several occasions -- sometimes to bring it to the office so I can wipe things down when co-workers have had colds, or to encourage...

I have purchased Lysol Disinfectant Wipes with Micro-Lock Fibers on several occasions -- sometimes to bring it to the office so I can wipe things down when co-workers have had colds, or to encourage regular wipe downs in the bathroom since we don't have any sort of cleaning staff. I've also bought them for my home, particularly for use in the bathrooms. Coupons are released very often for this product so it is not difficult to find savings on them. Overall, their scent is clean and pleasant, not overwhelming or toxic smelling. They are very durable and can clean up most messes -- even dried up ones. Some elbow grease may be required to clean some needs. One thing I do not like about these wipes is that they often leave debris behind. If I haven't cleaned a surface for however long and go to wipe it with one of these cloths, I often find that the surface is not left spotless -- there are wet dust balls everywhere. Maybe it's how I try to wipe it up, but I honestly just prefer to use a bottled spray cleaner and paper towel. My hand is more likely to stay drier this way, and it just seems to clean thoroughly with nothing be left or smeared behind. The Lysol wipes clean good, but do not absorb/pick up enough.