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Lysol Rolls Out New Toilet Cleaner

May 21, 2014

‘No Mess Max’ said to freshen after every flush.

Targeting multi-taskers across the nation, Lysol is introducing the new Lysol No Mess Max Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner ($3.49) to give “max cleaning and freshening after every flush,” according to the company.
Simply hang it on the toilet bowl rim and let Lysol do the work for you. With a design that measures three times longer, it provides max bowl coverage and lasts for up to four weeks between deep cleans to keep the toilet bowl healthy and disinfected for your family. Scents available include Ocean Fresh, Lavender and Citrus.  
"With people using their toilets more and spending more time in their bathrooms, we are excited to launch a product that will not only make the bathroom smell fresh and clean the toilet with each and every flush," said Gregory Chabidon, marketing director, Lysol. "As part of the Lysol mission, we are committed to providing cleaning products that help keep homes clean, happy and healthy."
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