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Many people have advised me to do this for mattress or sofa when it gets too dirty, but when I read the label, it said not to put on clothing or skin. What's the worst that could happen to me? Now I think I smell like poison. The Lysol got on my clothes & skin from the mattress.
otad12 otad12 31-35, F 6 Answers Jun 20, 2010

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I used to work in a retirement home and it was the policy that lysol be used on all the mattesses and furniture all the time however : none of the residents were allowed to make use of them for a period of three hours after a treatment was done to allow for drying time as contact with it while it was still wet would cause a rash to the elders skin . "wait until it completly dries first " Paschar

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Try using sheets - they get between your body and the mattress! and it it is that smelly, why keep it in the first place?????

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it's disinfectant. I don't think a light spray would hurt. Don't soak it, though.

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lysol when it gets dirty? I have never heard that. wash &/or change your sheets often. Like at least every 2 weeks.. Usually when something with fabric that I can't throw in my washing machine gets dirty..<br />
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I buy the rub on spray n wash and rub it on the dirty part of the fabric and scrub with the rough part of a damp sponge or a wash cloth Make sure it's a brand new sponge or clean wash cloth.

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