This is as close as I could get to what you asked for. Hope it is a little bit helpful.
Hi there, I also had trouble finding recipes for disinfectant made out of listerine. Are you looking for a natural alternative to listerine for mouth wash? https://frugallysustainable.com/antiseptic-mouthwash-recipe/
Here are some ideas: https://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=disinfectant
If for COVID 19, it isn't strong enough. Here is what the Listerine folks have to say:
And what the CDC recommends:
Listerine mouthwash is gentle antiseptic for use on the inside of the mouth, designed to target only the germs that cause bad breath, and plaque.
It is not a disinfectant.
Naomie is right; it does not kill the COVID 19 virus.
This is the all-purpose cleaner that we use and it works really well. You can always change up the scents too. After changing my diet, switching over to all-natural homemade (primary) and store-bought (backup) has been huge for improving my health. Hope this helps! Hugs, Holly
PS - We have a FREE eBook with recipes for all of my homemade and all-natural cleaners. You can download it here --> https://pinkfortitude.com/thank#GreenClean
Listerine is a disinfectant so it can be used to substitute alcohol. It tends to be a bit sticky so keep that in mind. I would use hydrogen peroxide for a disinfectant.
No, Listerine is not a disinfectant. It is an antiseptic. They are not the same.
If you are not familiar with the definitions, look them up in an on-line dictionary. Also, re-read the link from the company that makes Listerine, in Naomie's comment above for further facts.
This won't work as it is not a disinfectant.