I love cleaning with wipes but I would like to use a "Green" product and have the wipe be biodegradeable. I would love it if Clorox made these!!!
We are a group of students who are concerned about the environment . Our goal is make people really aware of the environmental problems , for this reason we created a project that offers new good options and new ideas , in order to have a better future. We know Clorox is a green company which also is knowledgeable its roles in the society. WE believe that together we can build up a sustainable planet .
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.
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.
A dry powder to use on furniture, car seats and carpets for pet or other stains. Safe to use around children and pets. Sprinkle on , brush in, vacuum up. Wouldn't have to wait for carpet, car seats or furniture to dry. Could come in can with small brush on the end to work the powder in.
I would love something that really works at removing the smells that come up your kitchen sink drain. The smell of beach isn't for people like me with asthma so that is out of the question. And it has to be something that can be ever poured right into the drain or come in powder form. You run your food waste disposers and you get rid of the smell. I have tried everything!! Even tried just good old baking soda! And it would be even better if it removed any food etc that might be caught in the machine itself.
It's the best that I ever used. Where are the coupons? Their not many stores who carry it.
PLEASE, PLEASE come up with en eco-friendly dishwashing liquid THAT WORKS!
I've tried numerous ones of the phosphate-free, eco-friendly type, only to be sorely disappointed. They all, every single one of them, leave specks of food on my dishes, and hazing. When I called those companies to complain, the only suggestion they offer is to run an empty rinse cycle with vinegar, which does not work at all. Other people I mention this to have the same problem and aggravation.
This is one product that definitely needs Clorox to champion!
My idea is to develop pods filled with greenworks to clean build-up of washing machine. I would suggest that after filling washing machine and adding pod that is filled with green works you wait at least 45 minutes to help get rid of hard build up of laundry detergent. I suggest also to have a scrubber packaged with the pods to get rid of stubbourn build-up.Perhaps having a stronger cleaner in the scrubber would help bring back the appearance of a brand new machine..