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 t... More »

Scabies are parasites transmitted by the skin-to-skin contact with an infected person or prolonged contact with infected bedding or clothing, defines Healthline. Scabies mites eat and breed under the human skin and cause... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Scabies is treated with a special medicine applied directly to the skin from the neck down; young children and infants may also require treatment on the face and scalp, according to the American Academy of Dermatology (A... More »

According to the Lysol website, Lysol Disinfectant Spray kills 99.9 percent of mold and mildew. It also kills most odor-causing bacteria, bacteria on surfaces and viruses. More »

When used as directed, Lysol disinfecting sprays kill 99.9 percent of the fungus Trichophyton mentagrophytes, which is one type of fungus that causes ringworm. Unfortunately, there are many other types of fungus that can... More »

Ammonia does kill mold on nonporous surfaces like glass. However, it will not kill mold that has accumulated on surfaces that are porous and absorb liquids. Wood and drywall are two common materials that may contain mold... More »

Lysol spray is an effective product to use for killing dust mites. This product, which is a disinfectant, contains ingredients that can eliminate 99 percent of the allergens that cause germs. Allergens include dust mites... More »