Also, in our tests, all the cleaners without disinfectants outperformed the ones with disinfectants. With the exception of the top finisher, Lysol Power Kitchen Cleaner—which we threw out because it took the paint off our walls—the disinfectant cleaners landed in the bottom half.
In addition, Puracy did not damage any of the surfaces I tried it on. I rubbed it on all kinds of things around my house without doing harm: walls, countertops, floor, sinks, small children, the cat. (Okay, not the cat.) It didn’t leave streaks on the granite countertop. In a moment of lunacy, I also tried it on mirrors and windows, and was pleasantly surprised by the minimal streaking. It left some streaks, but let’s be honest here—no streaks at all would be bloody miraculous. Glass cleaner does work much better on glass, but Puracy was not bad in a pinch. It also streaked less than the other cleaners we tried in the glass test, Method and Lysol Power Kitchen Cleaner.
LYSOL Brand Power Kitchen Cleaner - Easily cuts through grease and grime. Kills 99.9% of viruses and bacteria. Deodorizes while it disinfects.
I have used the original Lysol Antibacterial Kitchen Cleaner for years but can not find it in the stores anymore. I do not like the new Lysol Power Kitchen Cleaner and will not buy it again. It just doesn't cut through the grease as well as the old brand. Also, I can't find the Lysol foam cleanser anywhere that I have used for years! I always bought 3-4 cans at a time to have on hand but will have to try some other brand now. I am sorry the old 'tried and true' are no longer available.