What happens if you inhale lysol/clorox disinfectant spray? Is it bad for you in anyway?
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Lysol is a phenol like molecule intended to act as a disinfectant. Prolonged exposure to your lungs and mucous membranes is caustic. It can inflame these tissues and create difficulty with breathing and swallowing. Never Inhale these products. Use in a well ventilated room, spray away from your face into the center of the room. Perhaps shortly hold your breath when you do use this product so you don't accidently inhale the product as you dispense it.
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These products are alkali, which are more harmful to the respiratory tract even than acids are. Inhaling strong fumes or overspray should be avoided. Wear a mask if necessary. If you have already had exposure, judge by your symptoms. If you are having a persistent cough, or any shortness of breath or wheezing, you should see your doctor right away. Chemical pneumonitis is possible with significant exposure.