I would love to see the wipes available in a small glove-compatrment size package. The big plastic cylinder is not a good fit for a glove box or a purse. It would be great for wiping down restaurant tables or any other questionable surface... not to mention the messes they make in the car.
I love green works wipes, but I HATE threading them in the dispenser on the container when I open it for the 1st time. I propose an option be made available to put them in a container simliar to the Swiffer Wet Cloth refills, but perhaps the lid could instead be attached? I also had an idea to put a scrubber portion on each wipe: when something won't come up with just the wipe, I use a sponge with a scrubber, then go back to the wipe.
How about a Green Works safe furniture polish? something non-toxic and reliable
Thank you for providing a healthier alternative to cleaning products!
Put Greenworks Wipes in square boxes for ease in packing for camping trips.
I would love to see bigger bottles of the green products... like BULK SIZE big refill bottles. This would go for all products, really. Much like the laundry soaps now come in huge containers, I think a big container like that where you could refill your regular bottle would go a long way in advancing the eco-friendly concept of the products!
Make fragrance free options for all your products. Many of us are allergic to essensial oils.
a convenient package to store in car or purse with antibactrial wipes from green works, mild but cleansing, in a small pop up container to fit in smaller places, we always need hand wipes after filling car with gas or a quick wash up before eating.
THIS IS MY STORY.I RECENTLY WASHED MY DAUGHTERS COAT @ THE LAUNDROMAT.I DIDNT NOTICE SHE HAD A LIPGLOSS IN HER POCKET.TOO LATE!THE COAT IS GREEN AND AS YOU KNOW, ALL LIPGLOSS ARE OILY.STAINS ALL OVER THE COAT.I TOOK THE COAT TO THE CLEANERS AND THEY COULDN`T REMOVE THE STAINS FROM THE COAT.MY IDEA TO YOU GUYS IS TO HAVE SOMETHING THAT CAN REMORE TOUGH STAINS ESPECIALLY THOSE KINDS OF STAINS!!
Can you make a sponge that has soap built in, but is only good for about 2 weeks. I hate using a smelly sponge that always feels wet. Would be even cooler if it was made from garbage and can be used as compost. This would be a good idea, since I wear my sponge out, and sometimes they start smelling horrible and I have to throw them out before they get worn out. It has to be able to dry quickly, resist bacteria, and actually rinse clean. Theres times I try washing veray greasy pans and I can never get the water to stop coming out brown from the sponge. Also be built to where food can't stick on and stay there, like eggs are hard to remove from sponges.