I am not a scientist/ chemist by any means. Did well in the classes in college but its been a while, so I know this question will come across as cheesy or even childish.
The product of Fabreze: It advertises itself as a bad smell eliminator and from what I understand, there is a component in its ingredients that "wraps around" bad odor causing germs/ molecules and smothers them out. Why isn't this product as beneficial as something like Lysol... AND/ OR during this COVID-19 crisis, is there a product on the market that uses the principle of what Lysol does, merged with how Fabreze "wraps around to smother out" bad smells? I hope all of that makes sense and someone more knowledgeable than I am can see where I'm going. (And yes, more inquiring minds, other than my own, want to know).