Lysol Kitchen Pro Antibacterial Cleaner kills germs and bacteria, cleans grease, and is safe for multiple surfaces.
I tested this cleaner in different areas of my home and rated it based on several factors. Overall, it’s a reliable disinfectant cleaner for the bathroom and kitchen.
Learn more in our Lysol Kitchen Pro Antibacterial Cleaner Review.
Lysol Kitchen Pro Antibacterial Cleaner Overview
Lysol Kitchen Pro is safe for hard non-porous surfaces. It has a light-orange scent that fades fast.
Lysol Kitchen Pro Antibacterial Cleaner Directions: For regular cleaning, spray the surface and wipe away with a fresh cloth or sponge. To clean grease, allow the spray to sit on the surface for 15-20 seconds before wiping.
Disinfecting Directions: Preclean the area. Spray the surface and allow it to sit for 2 minutes, then wipe away. If you’re cleaning a food-safe area, rinse with water afterward. Don’t use on cooking utensils.
Lysol Kitchen Pro Antibacterial Cleaner Review
Lysol Kitchen Pro is ideal if you need an antibacterial for cleaning up after raw meat, bacteria, bathroom germs, or sickness.
It comes in a plastic spray bottle and is easy to use. The smell isn’t one I’d want to fill my house with all the time, but it’s pleasant, considering this cleaner is a disinfectant.
Here’s how it performed on various surfaces.
- Countertops – I used Lysol Kitchen Pro on laminate countertops, which left them very clean-looking.
- Glass cooktop – Lysol did an excellent job on my glass cooktop, making it look almost brand new again. (To be fair, it was pretty clean to start with.)
- Stainless steel appliances – I was most impressed by how clean this left my stainless steel appliances – shiny and with minimal streaking.
- Toilets – I disinfected the toilet bowl and seat with Lysol Kitchen Pro.
- Where I didn’t use the cleaner – I didn’t use this cleaner to wash my kitchen cabinets. Because this cleaner is a disinfectant, it’s a little harsh. The last time I tried a similar cleaner on my wood kitchen cabinets, it lifted the stain, so I didn’t attempt it.
Where Shouldn’t You Use Lysol Kitchen Pro?
Don’t use Lysol Kitchen Pro on unsealed, waxed, or oiled wood floors. Avoid using it on fabric, kitchen utensils, marble, brass, and acrylic plastic. You’ll need to spot-test if you want to use this cleaner on a painted surface to ensure it doesn’t affect the finish.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)FAQ
What’s the difference between the Lysol Kitchen Pro and Lysol All-Purpose spray?
The most significant difference between Lysol Kitchen Pro and Lysol All-Purpose is the scent. Otherwise, both clean, cut through grease, disinfect, and are safe for the same types of surfaces.
Is Lysol Kitchen Pro safe for granite?
Lysol Kitchen Pro works for sealed granite. I don’t recommend using it as your daily cleaner, but it’s safe to use for disinfecting.
Is Lysol Kitchen Pro safe for quartz?
Lysol Kitchen Pro is safe for sealed quartz. A better everyday quartz cleaner is dish soap and water, but you can use Lysol Kitchen Pro when you need to disinfect. (To be safe, consult your Quartz manufacturer for recommended disinfecting cleaners.)
Lysol Kitchen Pro will disinfect kitchen and bathroom surfaces. It has a pleasant smell and cleans well. In fact, out of the multi-surface cleaners I tested, Lysol Kitchen Pro was the best for stainless steel appliances.
I don’t recommend using this as your everyday cleaner, but it’s great to have on hand for deep cleaning or disinfecting.