Lysol Laundry Sanitizer Additive Only $9.47 Shipped on Amazon

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Sanitize your laundry with a deal from Amazon!

Head on over to Amazon where you can score this Lysol Laundry Sanitizer Additive for just $9.47 shipped when you opt to Subscribe & Save at checkout! Note that these will ship in 1-2 days.

Even better, you can purchase up to 3 bottles at this low price! This laundry sanitizer kills 99.9% of bacteria and you just simply add it to the rinse cycle. It contains 0% bleach and even works in cold water. It is also gentle on most fabrics including whites and colors and works in all standard & HE machines.

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Lysol Laundry Sanitizer Additive $9.97 (regularly $10.99)
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Comments 25

  1. mariah123

    I soak our cloth face masks in a bowl with warm water and a tiny, tiny slash of this stuff. Then I put the masks in the washer like I normally would. It’s the only thing I have found that gets rid of the disgusting smell on my young kids’ masks.

    • The Deal

      Have you tried adding essential oils? I find that helps. Tea Tree or Peppermint/Some type of mint. Hope this helps.

  2. AlisonRoberts

    I wanted to love this. It has lots of great reviews! I really thought that it was going to be a great product; however, I find it difficult to use correctly (minimum 16 minutes in the rinse cycle) especially with my washer in my basement. Also, it caused skin irritation for me. If you have sensitive skin, use with caution until you see if it will work for you.

    • Beth

      I agree! Washer in the basement so I can’t really put it in between wash and rinse. Sometimes I dump it in with the soap and hope it doesn’t do anything weird. I live the idea but this product doesn’t really fit my lifestyle 🙂

    • Holly

      I’ve used a Downy ball to put it in mine and it’s worked great that way. My washer is right next to my living room….I’m just “efficient” (read: lazy).

  3. Jackie

    Is it me or if you wash your clothes in warm to hot water and dry them in the drier (heat) it SHOULD kill any germs 🤷‍♀️. Also bleach on your whites and a dilution of bleach with your in between colors (trust me if you dilute it it doesn’t affect the colors). And this is coming from a germaphobic. There is no need for this.

    • C

      Some germs are heat resistant, no matter how hot it gets. That’s how cross contamination can still cause food poisoning even once the food is cooked.

    • JD827

      No, it definitely won’t get C. Diff.

    • Kathleen

      Agree! Why so many products that are going to cause antibiotic resistance 🤔

      • JD827

        I’m in the over 70 crowd. We just used to accept that babies died frequently and so did old people and there wasn’t much you could do. Walk through a cemetery and look at the headstones from the 1940’s and 1950s and realize the natural immunity theory isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. People do overdo it yes but going weak on the other end won’t help you either. But I think that’s where the concern comes from. people don’t want to die before their time.

    • Jackie

      I don’t know, call me crazy but I just did a google search and sure enough it says hot water and bleach (even diluted solutions) will indeed kill germs, viruses and bacteria. When you wash your hands, do you use this detergent? I use hand soap and warm water and wash for at least 20 seconds. Studies have even showed that washing hands with antibacterial soap is the same as washing them with regular soap. My washer washes the loads for 45 minutes for a normal cycle. Again, I still don’t see the need for this or the money you have to spend on it. I am honestly asking this question because I just want to know if I am missing something here?

      • JD827

        Each of us have a different situation. If your needs are average and you are comfortable washing expensive work clothes in hot water and bleach at the strength on the package for the amount of water in the washer than you are good and you are right. However someone else who works in health care or retail may be exposed to all kinds of pathogens and worried about that person at home with a kidney transplant , that newborn baby, or grandpa. There isn’t a hard cut yes or no but different situations, different people, and different needs. My daughter works mental health care and washes her work clothes as soon as she gets home in Lysol sanitizer because she has a little one and can’t afford to replace professional clothes constantly. I think her decision is just fine as well. To each their own.

  4. Karen R Jones

    I have been using this product since I discovered it early Summer 2020–as a nurse—I appreciate the thought of any thing I can do to ensure I am doing everything I can to protect myself and family from Covid. It doesn’t contain any bleach, I don’t notice anything different in the odor of my clothes, and doesn’t seem to affect the condition of my clothes, towels, sheets.

  5. Diana Bell Corbiser

    I much prefer the Clorox version of this. I usually buy it 4 at a time from Target when it’s in stock.

  6. JD827

    As with any product some will love it others won’t. I suggest buying a machine that allows you to add an extended rinse. I love that feature. If you have a soak cycle use the Lysol in that and stop the cycle after the washer has filled if your washer allows. A standard wash does not kill all the germs . If it did exercise wear wouldn’t stink ever because the bacteria left behind after washing is what causes the stink. Consider that fecal matter is on everyone’s underwear no matter how tidy they are and mold and fungi has begun to grow on the laundry if it has been in the basket even a day or so. Bleach, hot setting on the dryer, or plain old line drying in the hot sun are also fine alternatives. People who choose Lysol might be those who work in health care or retail environments, are vulnerable medically, deal with incontinence, have elderly pets, have children who compete in sports where staph is an issue, use cold water to save energy. have delicate baby clothes and so on. Most people will be just fine with a regular wash but no it doesn’t kill all the nasties by any means.
    Be sure to disinfect any laundry hampers, baskets and the tops of your laundry and dryer regularly because those can be nasty places.

  7. Stacey H

    I absolutely LOVE this product! Especially during stinky smelly football season for my son! It helps so much!! Thank you Hip2Save!!

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      You are welcome! Glad it takes care of the smells!

  8. Mamasweetpea

    This is interesting. I might give this a try. I noticed it claims to kill bacteria and not viruses… so I’m not sure how good this would be against covid or any other viruses for that matter, but if nothing else it’ll help with odor causing bacteria in sports clothes/equipment and ensure bacteria is removed from items that are in cooler wash

      • Jackie

        Thank you 77_purity! This actually confirms what I have been saying. Out of the article ***According to these laundry, cleaning and sanitization experts, laundry sanitizers are not needed to protect against the viruses that cause colds, the flu and Covid-19. “The regular laundry process combined with special handling instructions and the use of a high-quality detergent is enough to help protect healthy, active households against the germs that cause diseases like Covid-19, the flu and colds,” Johnson says.

    • JAD827

      Zoom in on the front label. In red at the top right hand corner it says “Kills Cold &Flu viruses”. From the back label—kills Influenza A(H3N2), Human Coronavirus, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) in pre-Soak. Also check the EPA-N list to verify. The EPA Reg No is 777-128. If you see on a label “ kills 99.9% bacteria” get the EPA-N number and check if it is effective against Corona virus. There is a strong probability it does because a lot of bacteria are much harder to kill than corona virus.

      • 77_purity

        I checked out their website, and it looks like they do have different applications for it. One is disinfectant (to kill viruses) and other as sanitizer. Used as a disinfectant, one needs to keep in mind to use a higher concentration and also do this as a pre-soak step before putting garments in the wash. https://www.lysol.com/products/laundry-sanitizers

  9. csmith82

    LOVE this stuff!

  10. Summer

    This stuff is a must for me and my family! Love it!

  11. VB Vee

    I’m hoping the Free and Clear version of this comes back soon.

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