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Listverse shares that back in the early 1900's, when women's birth control was not allowed, Lysol Ads shared that it was a "safe" way to take care of their fertility and feminine hygiene. In 1911, 193 known Lysol poisonings occurred, along with five deaths when using the product for a lady-clean. (Photo by Ben Gabbe/Getty Images for Lysol)

Good news if you’ve been looking to purchase Lysol Disinfectant Spray – it’s back in stock at Amazon. Well, at least for now. Usually, the stock doesn’t last very long – in fact, like an hour. So, as you’re reading this post it may well already be out of stock.

The not-so-good news is both Lysol and Clorox say they don’t expect their stock to be fully replenished until the end of summer. So why all the hype about Lysol Disinfectant Spray? Because it works. Lysol makers say it can kill 99.9% of bacteria, odor-causing bacteria, and of course, viruses, like the Coronavirus. Both Lysol and Clorox keep you from catching the virus which as you can guess is why both product makers are having a hard time keeping up with the demand.

For you Amazon Prime members, you cannot get Lysol via Prime. Amazon can’t keep up with the demand either as they are short-staffed. If you’re like me, you are waiting a few days longer to get purchases in general from Amazon.

The best recommendation: Pre-order Lysol or Clorox products on Amazon. Before checking out, Amazon will give an estimate of when you can expect to receive your shipment. That way, at least you’ll have it coming to you. Or if you don’t absolutely NEED Lysol or Clorox right now, take your chances and wait until they replenish in June.