Lysol and Anti-bacterial Wipes For The Coronavirus? You Don’t Really Believe That, Do You?

cleaningDid you know that viruses are some of the most mysterious organisms on earth?  They’re tiny lifeforms that scientists claim can’t reproduce without a host.  They seem to appear out of nowhere and we don’t really know how many there are in existence.  One group of research scientists has discovered THOUSANDS of new viruses hiding out in the tissues of dozens of animals and they are discovering viruses that absolutely “no recognizable genes.”

The coronavirus seemingly came out of nowhere and, in just a matter of weeks, over 30,000 people have been infected – more than 600 people have died.  In fact, the Chinese doctor who sounded the alarm about the danger of a massive deadly epidemic has died himself. With worldwide travel being what it is, we have no way of knowing just how far and wide the virus will spread before it’s all said and done.  What we DO know is that it’s time to be extremely cautious…to avoid it altogether and keep it from spreading.

Dr. Li “had the misfortune to be infected during the fight against the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic, and all-out efforts to save him failed,” the Wuhan City Central Hospital.

In early January, he (Dr. Li) was called in by both medical officials and the police, and forced to sign a statement denouncing his warning as an “unfounded and illegal rumor” 

The New York Times

I’m shocked at the number of people inquiring about the effectiveness of Lysol on the coronavirus.  If killing the coronavirus was as simple as dousing it with Lysol then we wouldn’t have a whole lot to worry about, now would we?  The makers of Lysol sure have done a good job with their claims about germs and bacteria!

Even IF Lysol was your answer for killing the coronavirus, the risk to your health isn’t worth it.  Did you know that the FDA categorizes Lysol as a pesticide and that you are voluntarily exposing your loved ones to toxic chemicals that can (and will) rob them of their health?  


“A pesticide is any substance used to kill, repel, or control certain forms of plant or animal life that are considered to be pests”  

National Institute of Health (N.I.H.)

If you consider Lysol in the same light as a common weed killer, I hope you’d think twice before you spray any surface that you and your family are in contact with.  So in addition to Lysol being (almost) worthless for fighting the coronavirus, you need to get those chemicals out of your house NOW.


The best option on the planet has already been proven to kill things like MRSA, Typhoid, E-coli, Samonella, even the AIDS virus within 30-60 seconds of contact.  Although it hasn’t been tested for the coronavirus YET, I’m pretty sure it will kill that virus on contact too.  It’s 10 times stronger than bleach and yet you won’t run to the ER if your little one is exposed to it or decides to drink a little just for fun.  The best option?  Hypochlorous acid (aka strong acid water).

You can’t buy hypochlorous acid in a bottle because it is (what the FDA refers to as) “single-use”.  This simply means that the properties of hypochlorous acid can’t be bottled and stored for long periods of time.  No problem!  You can “make” an endless supply of your own hypochlorous acid in the comfort of your own home using a quality water ionizer that can produce a pH level as low as 2.5 (Lysol is reported to be between 9-10 pH depending on how long the product has been bottled).  Why scramble around in a panic when you can have the best germ killer 24/7?

If you’re serious about health and you want peace of mind about nasty things like MRSA and the coronavirus, you can have it all in one technology…a quality home-use water ionizer…the very best investment in your health and wellness that you’ll ever make.

There’s only one problem.  You’ll have to get over your addiction to pretty packaging with lame claims.



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