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Professional LYSOL® Disinfectant Deodorizing Cleaner - Fresh Scent (Discontinued)

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Ingredient Information

Ingredient Function
Water/Eau DiluentAdjusts the concentration of ingredients in a product to deliver target benefits.
C12-14 Secondary Alcohol Ethoxylate SurfactantSurface-active agent helps remove dirt, stains, and bad smells.
Alkyl (C14 50%, C12 40%, C16 10%) dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride Antimicrobial ActiveThe active in surface disinfectants and sanitizers to kill germs on surfaces.
Sodium Bicarbonate Complexing/Sequestering AgentBinds hard water and other minerals to allow the cleaning actives to perform more effectively.
Fragrance/Parfum FragranceChanges the odor of a product to impart a pleasant odor or impart a pleasant fragrance in the air during or after product use.
Tetrasodium EDTA Chelating AgentBinds hard water and other minerals to allow the cleaning actives to perform more effectively.
Propylene Glycol SolventSolubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.
Isopropyl Alcohol SolventSolubilizes or dissolves at least one other substance to form a solution.
D&C Yellow No. 10 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
Acid Yellow 73 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
Acid Orange 7 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
Methylparaben PreservativePreserves products from bacterial spoilage during transit and storage.
FD&C Yellow 5 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
D&C Red No. 33 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
CI Acid Blue 9 ColorantChanges the color of a product (includes dyes and pigments).
The list above contains the product ingredients listed in descending weight percent. The ingredient names use the INCI (or equivalent) nomenclature system. Click here for more information on the nomenclature system.