13 questions from our users
Is glen 20 oil based
According to the Glen 20 TV ad Glen 20 kills the common cold virus. If this is so how come we do not have a vaccine derived from your formula?
Is Glen 20 safe to use around cats
Does glen 20 come in a pump spray? As it's not recommended to take pressure sprays on planes it would be great if a pump spray is available to take on holidays.
is Glen 20 safe to use in house with a Cockatiel wandering around
Would it be ok to spray Glen 20 over the mattress before putting on the clean sheets ?
Why is Glen 20 called Glen 20? Where did the name come from?
I also want to know this!! Can't find reason on net including dettols website. I would email Dettol and ask but they don't have email contact details! Im just curious and want to know!
Can Glen 20 help or kill bed bugs when travelling overseas?
I doubt it. I researched bed bugs when I last travelled and found that getting rid of them is really a specialist treatment. From what I can tell it's about heat treating the infected areas to kill them as they are resistant to most common insect sprays.
Heat treatment I have heard works, but I have wiped bedhead, side tables, skirts mattress etc with tea tree oil and lavender oil worked for me plus lavender through bedroom and hallway for days, pleasant. Whether I did not have a bad infestation ,was told it makes them disappear so for travelling this may be what you want
can this product be used on a leather lounge suite to kill mould?
Personally I don't really find that it kills mould - I just like the smell and that it kills germs.
Usually I make up a solution of approx. a teaspoon of tea tree oil in about a cup of water and gently clean mouldy areas with that - is the best thing I have found for mould.
However, in Sharon Lush's book "Spotless" she recommends something called "Saddle Soap" or "Leather Dew" for leather lounges as water is meant to stiffen leather. I don't have leather so cannot comment on if either of these work. Good luck!
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