When I go out and use paper towels and napkins I save them to clean at home
How about a Green Works safe furniture polish? something non-toxic and reliable
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!
I have a green cleaning services corporation and I clean public places like schools and churches. I only work with clorox green works. But unfortunetelly I have to buy air freshner from Mrs. Meyers. I would love to have air freshners from Green works and also something like Lysol in spray to kill germs. I think it is a great idea! I want to be the first buyer.
My idea is something that I have not yet seen in the market or on store shelves.
My idea is two-fold.I believe if Clorox can produce laundry sheets with unique scents such as baby fresh, mandarin flowers, tropical fruit, etc.
Thousands of Dryer Sheets are tossed into the garbage after they’re done its cycle. Personally, I use them to clean the lint out of my dryer and then throw out. My idea to reduce our carbon foot print – reusable Laundry Dryer Sheets made to be reusable by spritzing the sheets with a spritzer bottle to refresh the sheet (sold separately). The spritzer bottle is to be filled with the lovely unique scents. This product is revolutionary – low cost to produce and innovative. There is no other company that has produced or mass commercialized anything like the Reusable Laundry Dryer Sheets with unique scents.
I never knew how many products in my home were produced by the CLOROX company. When I find something I love, E V E R Y O N E hears about it.
I purchase the items my wife tells me to purchase and I always hear her say - These laminate floors and hardwood floors get so much wear and tear with dogs, cats and me She always says "I can never clean them as well as I know I can and get a shine unless I get down on my knees and buff them.
I've purchsed all of the ones on the market for her, refills, all of the various companies, none that produce a shine like she needs. They get the floors wet, a temporary scent and a merky film is left on the floor. I'm certain that within your line you can apply one of your cleaners either CLEAN WORKS or 409 products. Something that is UNIVERSAL, container friendly, maybe even a light sponge-soaked format with a liner that grips to whatever format you have purchased that is disposable (maybe even that you can cut to fit or is perferated (easy to tear). Smells clean yet has a little elbow grease (sponge part comes in).
Half the package light sponge format an the other a buffer application. A 2 part process. So no mop need to be purchased just refills to fill the need of the already existing products that applications are not working yet we keep purchasing because we are already invested in and it solves part of the problem. Seems clean but really isn't. We are not clean fanatics as most households probably aren't but we do know when something just isn;t cutting it. Why not combine a product that works such as GREEN WORKS/409 that does with a product a niche that has yet to be filled. I'm telling you whatever you come up with - I'm in.
Our home and friends and family love your products and will continue to purchase and love this opportunity to share our needs.
Currently I'm using the Greenworks laundry soap but am looking for a "green" stain remover. Something that can remove grass stains and grease spots. Also, I would also like to see a color laundry detergent, something like Woolite.
This might sound like a "cash in the trash concept", however, I know companies have come up with scented trash bags to cut down on odors, and poeple put their trash cans in other rooms to cut down on odors, but what about an adhesive "odor eater" pad that sticks to the top of the trash can lid and draws the odors from in the trash to reduce the smell. I know this technology exists (bread sucking the moisture out of the air, they have packets you hang in your closet that pull moisture out of the air). Generally people don't by lids, but for those who do you're just "containing" the odor and get a fresh whiff everytime you do open the lid. It would create a pretty bad funk putting an air freshener in these places, I like something that "eats" the odor.
Perhaps making them of Clorox would better eat the odors better if neutralized with chemicals without smelling super sterile.
They would last a week.
I also think you could use them in the bathroom on the back of the toilet bowl as well to draw in and eliminate odors, put them under your sink.
I chose to put this in the Green Works category because putting up a Clorox-scented sticky odor eater pad would seem out of its element if not used in the kitchen or bathroom.
As of now I don't know the dimensions-you want it to be small enough to "hide", but big enough to last long.
A floral essence or citrus smelling vinegar window spray by Green Works would be AWESOME! Vinegar works great to clean windows with no streaks and is safe on the environment. The floral or citrus essence would leave the room smelling fresh without being overpowering.
I'd love a gentle stain remover, fabric softener, and an air freshener. I love the Green works detergent, but would like to have all my laundry room needs met by this company alone. A spray on pre-treater, and fabric softener would be my first wishes of Green Works! Thanks for listening!