So, it's summer and lots to do and places to go - what with the beach, picnics, potlucks, running to the car from the rain, etc., the old car can get pretty icky! I'd like some kind of GreenWorks spray or line of products designed to clean the interior of the car. Something to clean up carpet stains, vinyl cleaner, and maybe a wipe that would really freshen the car if used on the seats, headliner and door panels (fabric). It's time our cars are are green-clean as our houses! Thanks!
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 love Green Works natural detergent. I use bleach to do laundry and clean bathroom; however, strong bleach scent just turns me off. I want some Green Works with bleach function and smells natural!
what about a fabric spray like Febreeze that was made with green/natural odor reducers instead of coating the odor with fragrance and chemicals
With all the reducing and reusing, a lot of people have gotten away from the third part of the alliteration, recycle. I just moved to Oklahoma City from Philadelphia and our apartment complex (which is huge) doesn't even offer recycling. In most of the United States, recycling is still "optional", and waste baskets and dumpsters overflow with recyclable plastics, tin cans and other materials because there are no recycling bins placed conveniently near.
Where did we get off track with this?
I would like to see a small incentive program offered by Clorox for recycling their containers. Maybe something like a points rewards system; for every empty Clorox product bottle one sends in/drops off to a designated site, one gets a "point" (think of the Stonyfield Rewards points system), points which can be saved up and used towards more great products. Something like 10 points would get a dollar-off coupon, 25 points could get a small size bottle of a Clorox product, etc. People like getting things, especially if they think they're getting them for free; I feel this would encourage people to recycle their empty Clorox product bottles, and maybe some other things as well!
I LOVE using non-toxic cleaners! Especially plain old vinegar. I love to use it to clean my faucets, my shower, kitchen stainless steel sinks.
BUT the fact that it just runs off.. hard to use well. I would LOVE to have vinegar in a super gooey gel that will stick to the faucet when I smear it on, to let it sit for the time it takes to get off all the hard water buildup!
Give me a gelled vinegar!
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.
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!