Saturday, September 11, 2010

Lysol Disinfectant, 1921

Lysol Disinfectant ad, 1921
Lysol Disinfectant ad, 1921, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 668 x 876 size. Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s".

"Lysol Disinfectant

Kills germs in dark corners

Closets, shelves, corners, and all dark, out-of-the-way nooks in the house are favorite breeding spots for disease germs.

To avoid contagious sickness, clean all such places with water that contains a little Lysol Disinfectant - once a week.

Lysol Disinfectant, having five times the germ-killing strength of carbolic acid, eliminates germ life that you cannot see. Being soapy in substance, it also removes the dust and dirt that you can see.

A 50c bottle makes 5 gallons of germ-killing solution. A 25c bottle makes 2 gallons.

Lysol Disinfectant is also invaluable for personal hygiene.

Send for free samples of these Lysol products

Lysol Shaving Cream in Tubes

Takes the stubborness out of beards almost immediately. In addition, it renders the razor and shaving brush aseptically clean and guards tiny cuts from infection. At druggists' everywhere.

Lysol Toilet Soap 25c a Cake

Does all that a good soap should do, and in addition it protects the health of the skin. Delightfully soothing, healing, and helpful for improving the skin. At druggists' everywhere.

A Postcard Brings Free Samples

The men folks will be glad to try Lysol Shaving Cream. A sample of Lysol Toilet Soap will also be included. Have your family try it. Send your name and address on a postcard."

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