It sounds as if you already have more than half the battle won. I think I'd be on the livid side too, if the B.O. Didn't bother to tell folks.
I would use clorox before Lysol.
Clorox is not dangerous, in spite of what some folks think, as long as everything is rinsed out thoroughly. A bit of clorox residual is a lot safer than Lysol would be
Anyone that is on city water drinks water with clorination in it. We used to dump a gallon of clorox down the well after the spring rains. Mom would then do a week's worth of laundry (she had already drawn enough drinking water for the weekend), and by the time she was done doing laundry, the well would be safe to drink from.
If your hands are sensitive to clorox, wear rubber gloves whenever you scrub anything and for sure wear clothes you don't care about because any clorox that spatters on your clothes will end up as little white dots where it bleached the color out