Following a recommendation from a friend and driven by frustration caused by repeated attacks of virus inflicted illnesses, I finally strode to the air fresheners section of the supermarkets and acquired a 300g can of Dettol Glen 20 Spray Disinfectant.
The Dettol Glen 20 Spray Disinfectant has a sleek and smooth exterior with a small nozzle for spraying the disinfectant. The easy to spray function is quite handy. The big and bold writing on the can dictates that the spray eliminates odour and disinfects soft and hard surfaces. Available in citrus breeze, lavender and few other types, there are quite a bit of option to choose from. The citrus breeze smell is quite refreshing and is not overwhelming on the olfactory.
The spray can be generously used in the kitchen to disinfect sinks, taps, garbage bins, refrigerator exteriors, non-wood bench tops. In the bathroom, the spray can be used in bath tubs, toilet seats, shower curtains and shower areas. Door knobs, telephones, laundry baskets, plastic baby toys, remote controls, can all be sanitised by this spray. Soft surfaces like couches, mattresses, pillows, pet bedding, curtains, carpets can all be disinfected by this spray. There is a clear caution to refrain from using the spray on wooden furniture, polished wood, painted surfaces, leather, silk, rayon, satin fabrics. At all times, avoid contact with food and keep away from the reach of children.
I found it quite interesting that Glen 20 actually lists the names of the germs and viruses it claims to be capable of eradicating, on the back of the can. Glen 20 is also a nice air freshener and can instantaneously invigorate the stale and confined atmosphere of any room.
Selling for $5-$6.50, each 300g can last for quite a long time. My virus relates illnesses are gone which have invoked much faith in this product. My confidence is boosted further by the fact that this product is emblazoned with the brand name Dettol. I will certainly recommend this spray.