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Doctor answers on Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment, and More: Dr. Bensinger on does lysol kill scabies: You need prescribed medications to kill scabies. for topic: Does Lysol Kill Scabies

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Lysol and other disinfectants may be used to kill scabies mites on hard household surfaces. However, bedding and clothing must be machine-washed and dried using the hottest cycles available or dry-cleaned, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

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I live in a college community setting with a resident that has been diagnosed with scabies. As one of those responsible for the health and well being of the floor, what precautions should I take to ensure there is not a full-blown out break of scabies in the residence hall? Also, is using Lysol/Dettol on furniture and community items strong enough to kill the scabies mite?

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Does Lysol kill scabies eggs? The KGB Agent answer: Not medical advice: Lysol spray cleaner is strong enough to kill scabies on soft surfaces, such as seat belts, chairs, and car upholstery. Lysol floor cleaner can also be used to kill scabies in your environment. However, it is not known to kill the eggs. One of the most effective ways to kill scabies eggs is by freezing them.

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Lysol can kill scabies that are on shoes, so it may work on furniture, but you might consider using something else on your furniture. Since scabies can continue to replicate and spread around your home before you are aware of having the infestation, you may want to consider fumigating your home.

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Does Lysol Kill Scabies? Like most ailments, there are a lot of old “Grandma’s tricks” around for killing scabies. One of the more popular ones is to soak in a bath of bleach for twenty minutes or so, after which all scabies should have died from bleach poisoning and you can go on living your life.

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It is highly unlikely that scabies can be transmitted by sink tops and furniture, so it is not necessary to use insecticide sprays. Domestic animals (dogs and cats) have their own type of parasite that does not survive in humans. They can cause itching but can not reproduce under human skin and therefore are of less concern.

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What Can You Spray on Furniture to Kill Scabies?. Scabies is caused by a mite. The female burrows into human skin and lays its eggs. After the eggs hatch, the larvae grow and feed on the skin, and the cycle continues. Scabies is spread mainly through skin-to-skin contact but can also be spread by contaminated bedding, clothing, towels and linen.

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Apple cider vinegar (although its application can be painful) to loosen scabies on skin before scrubbing off the salicylic soap. No need to use continuously. TO KILL THE SCABIES IN THE ENVIRONMENT: 1. Lysol spray on soft surfaces (chairs, car upholstery, seat belts etc) 2. Clorox when washing clothes and on the floor diluted. 3.