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 would like to have a concentrated Green Works refill. Less packaging, less cost. Make sure the bottle can be recycled, too.
Imagine a dispenser that you can keep in your car. A small size dispenser placed in a glue-on holder similar to a cup holder with a container about half the size of a regular Green Works wipe dispenser that you can place in strategic places in your car like the doors or your dashboard.
Many people are becoming more aware of their carbon footprint and the footprint associated with the products they buy. I think this is especially true of people who purchase Green Works products. I think it would be great to offer “Green Work Points” that could be redeemed for planting trees or saving rainforest. Each product could have a code which could be entered on a website and “stored” until enough points were accumulated to buy a tree or save some rainforest. There are many great organizations out there to partner with. Tropicana Orange Juice did this and saved a bunch of rainforest while gaining positive branding association. This would definitely encourage me to chose Green Works over other green products I use on a regular basis.
I like and use the GreenWorks line of products. However, I was disappointed to learn that when I run out of my favorite window cleaner or surface cleaner I have to purchase a new, non-concentrated "sprayer-top" bottle. What a waste of packaging for a brand that's being marketed as "green".......clearly, corporate greenwashing at its finest. The ultimate irony is that the non-"green" marketed Clorox brands such as 409 have been available in a refill bottle for as long as I can remember.
Simple solution: offer concentrated refills that consumers can purchase, reconstitute, and use in the sprayer-topped bottle they've already purchased. It saves you the cost of shipping more packaging, saves the consumer the cost of the more expensive sprayer-topped bottle (which I'm SURE you'd pass along in the form of a reduced cost per unit on the refill) and restores the brand's ability to market itself as "green" once again.
I hate mopping so I would love to invent a pair of socks with GreenWorks cleanser build into the treads so I can ensure that my wood floor is clean simply by walking across it.
I would love to see a disinfecting hand wipe to clean your hands. Currently, my husband and I use sanitizer for your hands and then wipe off any excess with a tissue and it would be great to see a product that does both. It would be best if it would fit into the cup holder or perhaps have the box stick to the carpet in the back on the floor.
Greenworks! Please package all of your products in recycled plastics that can be recycled again! What about refills for all of your products in less packaging than the orginals?
Prduce a glove shaped disinfecting wipe for use during the cold and flu season. Small for Toddlers, Medium for Teens and Large for Adults. Surfaces can then be disinfected as you move around and touch things.