Crésyl: Old pharmacy bottle with cork
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Old pharmacy bottle
Powerful disinfectant that was commonly used until the 1970s.
Toilets, kitchens, etc. were commonly disinfected in Cresyl.
It was in the form of a light brown liquid that was poured directly onto the area to be disinfected.
The Cresyl gave off a special smell once familiar from public toilets.
The number 851 was engraved on the bottle
H11.5cm Diameter 5.2cm
- Old bottle sold empty -