What women used to use as a douche. Lysol (the original liquid concentrate, not the spray) was actually marketed as a feminine hygiene product by Lehn and Fink, and ads actually appeared in women's magazines from the turn of the century up until the early 1960's. Instructions for making douche solution was actually on the Lysol bottle's labels. (one teaspoon Lysol, added to one quart warm water, mix in a separate container before pouring into douche bag). Also, after many lawsuits, mainly from women who had their vaginas irritated by Lysol, Lehn and Fink (now Reckitt Benckiser) stopped marketing Lysol concentrate as a douche. And the introduction of the disinfectant solution into a vagina made odor worse, not better, since it affected the vagina's natural pH balance. More about Lysol douche at the Museum of Menstrual and Feminine Health http://www.mum.org
The mother called her daughter a whore, and made her douche with Lysol.