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!!
I would be thrilled if Greenworks would get rid of the SLS in their products. I love the effectiveness of the products, but I would really rather have less sudsing action and eliminate the SLS, and I know a lot of parents that feel the same way. Just something to look into! :)
If you are like me, you have to multitask and sometimes you don’t have enough time to get it all done. Thus, house chores tend to get on the way of your exercise routine, but you can kill two birds with one stone if you combine both. Wouldn’t it be GREAT if you had a booklet or an app with exercises you can do while cleaning?
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.
My ideas include chemically safe pesticides and fertilizers for our gardens and lawns. Perhaps unique bugs spray as well... In addition the "Clorox" company could provide services on a large-scale basis to communities, perhaps helping to develop sustainable methods of cleaning up superfund sites around the US, as well as helping in times of catastrophes, like the BP oil spill, to develop products to help clean the land, sea, and fauna!
I would like a naturally derived and safe cleaner for my jewelry from the makers of Clorox products in the Green Works line, please. I need this. Something that I can soak clean my jewelry in or in the form of a wipe, or both. Both would be better. And in a to-go packet would be nice too that I can have in my purse.
Also this product can be used for cleaning sunglasses and eyeglasses.
I often wished I had something to disinfect my silverware at restaurants. Sometimes the utensils just look dirty and I take a napkin with some of the ice water and wipe but I wish I had a food-safe wipe of some sort to clean the silverware. Would be nice to packaged in single use packets I could keep in my purse.
I'm always on the look-out for a green windshield cleaning liquid. I have experimented and mixed my own, but it's not very convenient and I go through a lot of it quickly. I would like to have a green concentrate that I can add to the gallon bottle or pour right into the cleaner reservoir then add water. Another handy format would be a tablet that I could drop into a gallon bottle of water or drop into the cleaner reservoir then add the water. I would like to have ingredients that are environmentally safe because when I clean my windshield, the liquid is dispersed into the atmosphere, probably lands on other vehicles, and ends up on the ground and into our watershed. Thank you for considering my Green Idea!
I know that the wipes aren't meant for hands, so it would be nice to have carry-around twofer pack that included a wipe you could use on your (or your child's) hands and something you can use for a spill (especially in a car!). Even if only one of the two pack is used in a given instance, the other one will get used some other time..
I can see this being used at a restaurant (clean hands before eating, wipe high chair ... and after!) ... in the car (wipe down face/hands and car seat after some chocolate) ... at the movies (clean hands before popcorn, wipe down that booster) ... and so much more.
Make fragrance free options for all your products. Many of us are allergic to essensial oils.