Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Join Lysol's "NO FLU CLUB" And Keep Your Family Healthy This Winter - A #GIVEAWAY GIFT PACK

The flu!  When it rears it's ugly head (and yes, it's truly ugly in all sense of the word), we want to run, scream and hide!  But what happens when your kids bring it home from school to "share" with you?  What can you do to keep it from spreading to everyone in the family...and more importantly getting YOU sick too?

NO ONE WANTS TO GET SICK!

I am always grateful for products that make my life easier as a mom...but especially ones that have a track record for not only making it easier, but keeping us healthier in the process!

(All products were sent free of charge for this review/feature!  I was not offered any monetary compensation by posting my opinion about these products!)


LYSOL is a brand name that most of us have grown to love and trust!  Honestly, the smell of the tradition LYSOL in a can disinfectant spray makes me think of staying healthy (and actually the reason that I keep it on stock too).


I was delighted to receive a package from Lysol of their "Power & Free" Multipurpose Cleansing Wipes, their "Touch of Foam" Antibacterial Hand Wash and the "Lysol Disinfectant Spray" (it's coming in a separate package).
This KIT was meant to combat GERMS!!  
This is the kit every mother would love to receive in the mail!  TRUST ME!
Lysol products have a mission to keep us healthy!  
So what do you use these products on?  Obviously...the spray can be used all around the house!  I've used it on furniture, on the counter tops, and basically the air itself!
The antibacterial "Touch of Foam" hand wash is perfect for frequent hand washing...which is a NECESSARY MUST, especially when there is sickness in the home!

I love these!  Why?  Because I can use them to wipe off anything and everything!  Yes...as you can see, even things we don't often think about, can have little germ bugs waiting to climb aboard and infect us!  NO THANK YOU!!  I'll wipes you away!

Did you know that even pediatricians recommend LYSOL products?  So obviously, not just "THIS" mommy is a believer!

Would you be interested in winning a "NO FLU CLUB" GIFT PACK too?  
You will receive:

ENTER THIS GIVEAWAY BELOW:
CLICK HERE to check out their website, where they also have a "tracker", so you can see how bad your area is being hit with the flu!

I was not paid to feature this post!  I was compensated only by the products sent for this review/feature!  My honest opinion was offered in exchange for the products sent for review!

13 comments:

Tiffany said...

I learned that the flu virus is extremely hardy and can live on contaminated surfaces for up to 48 hours. Yikes!

deb c said...

I learned that in my area the number of flu cases has been very mild.

Jackie said...

I learned that the flu virus is spread by droplets released by coughing or sneezing of people with influenza. These droplets are spread via hand contact or by touching an infected surface and then touching your nose or mouth. Symptoms appear 1 to 3 days after exposure.

Cheryl Free said...

I didn't know "Some germs are spread through contact with animals or by a bite or scratch."

Maureen said...

I didn't realize that the flu virus is extremely hardy — in fact, it can live on contaminated surfaces for up to 48 hours.

Mr. Curt said...

I found that their site has a Cold and Flu tracker, so you can check where you live and see how bad they are in your area.

arress said...

I learned that viruses can remain on surfaces for as long as 48 hours. I also checked the flu tracker and it shows my state has widespread flu reporting.

Anonymous said...

That a flu bug can live up to 18 hours. Yuck. Patricia

Melissa said...

I need to avoid getting sick at all costs! I am getting ready for my vacation at a new hampshire spa resort, so there's really no time to be sick. I really like Lysol products as they kill germs and bacteria!

latanya t said...

Bacteria are found inside humans, on surfaces, in water, or in almost any place you can think of.

1froglegs said...

I learned that the flu can survive on contaminated surfaces for up to 48 hours. That is unbelievable.

Audra O'Hara said...

I learned that the CDC reports that 200,000 people are hospitalized for flu complications each year.

Amy Orvin said...

I learned that Vaccinations are available through injections and nasal vaccines

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