The Lysol is for the doors and tables not the computers.
DO NOT use Lysol wipes on the screens. Dell has specific cleaning instructions for the keyboard, mouse, and screen (70% isoprophyl alcohol and microfiber cloths).
We've just provided a spray bottle with 70% isoprophyl alcohol and a stack of microfiber clothes with cleaning instructions for each workstation, and we're asking each patron to participate in the cleaning process after themselves. At the end of the day, there is another checklist for staff to use before they leave. The microfiber cloths dry out quickly, so we can use them for several open sessions of the FHC. Though we recently had to re-close due to major COVID increases in both cases and deaths in our local area, that will be our procedure once we re-open later. Each checklist includes what to clean (and not to clean), including door knobs used if they leave the FHC and use the restroom, etc.
I use Lysol wipes for the tables and doors. Chris, can you please share your check list? I want to keep everyone safe.
Those wipes work well on the keyboards (if not soaking) and the mice and table surface about the computer. If weather permits, keep the interior doors and windows open for more ventilation.
@Joan Enders You might want to clarify which wipes you're referring to (Lysol vs. 70% isoprophyl alcohol on microfiber cloths). The ingredients listed for Lysol Wipes does not appear to conform to Dell's recommendations, which Elder Richins has endorsed previously in this forum. The specific recommendations from Dell would seem to recommend against using anything other than 70% isoprophyl alcohol on their keyboards, mice, screens, etc. In our FHC we are strictly following the recommendations published by Dell for our Dell equipment.