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Lysol Life Hacks: While You Have It And When It's Gone

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We all know how much of a life saver Lysol is, especially the wipes. But what most of us don't know is all the uses for the container after the wipes are gone. Here's a list of awesome Lysol uses we didn't know you could do, and uses for what to do with the container afterwards, that will literally change your life.

Different uses for Lysol

1. Shoes

We all have a pair of white sneakers that we haven't worn in forever due to scuffs and dirt we can't get off. Luckily Lysol wipes can remove scuffs and dirt easily. This works best on the rubber part of the shoes. If your shoes are giving off a funky smell, try spraying Lysol in, and on them to kill the smell.

2. Furniture

You can actually use Lysol spray on furniture, clothing and bedding. Doing this is super easy if you want to freshen things up while also killing germs. To do this spray a light even coating on fabric until wet. Make sure it is damp, not soaking wet, then let it air dry. For bad odors or heavy fabrics, repeat the process until gone. The only things you shouldn't be using it on is leather, silk, rayon acetate or satin fabrics.

3. To go

You can buy Lysol wipes in a smaller "to-go" package. But you can also make your own. Just take a few Lysol wipes and put them in a sealed plastic bag to keep in your purse. These work perfectly for wiping down grocery carts or gas pumps.

Here's how to reuse the Lysol wipe container:

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