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Sep 18, 2020
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Pine-Sol's Original Multi-Surface Cleaner has been added to the Environmental Protection Agency's list of disinfectants, as it's proven to target coronavirus specifically. Unlike other disinfectants, you can easily find Pine-Sol online without steep markups.

The newly approved Pine-Sol disinfectant needs to be applied directly onto hard, non-porous surfaces to kill all germs — and these surfaces need to stay wet with the cleaner for at least 10 minutes. Reapply the product if necessary, and be sure to rinse the surface with water afterward. You shouldn't use it on soft surfaces — it's best used on areas that are often touched and used throughout the day, like kitchen and bathroom surfaces, including countertops, handles, bathtubs, toilets, and tables.

Disinfectants sold by brands like Clorox and Lysol, in wipe and aerosols forms, have been experiencing shortages both in stores and online, with reports claiming the scarcity of these products is expected to extend into 2021. But the Clorox Company says this isn't the case for Pine-Sol disinfectant, sharing in a press release that its Original Multi-Surface Cleaner is "readily available" both online and in stores.

  • ABC News
  • Good Housekeeping
  • EPA approved list of disinfectants
  • Pine Sol FAQ
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