I have offered this idea to you before but it was never conceived.
I live in a condo that forbids liquid clorox to be transported to the laundry rooms (one on each floor) thru the hallways that have been newly carpeted. The management has already had the carpet people in to remedy bleach spots on the carpet. This is getting very costly for all residents. '
My previous suggestion was to put Clorox in packets that would dissolve in the water but not cause any problem carring them to the laundry room. You have already done this with Clorox 2, but this is really not necessary since Clorox 2 has never been a problem with the condo.
Since this CAN BE DONE, why not put regular Clorox in packets?
The idea is so simple, especially since you have the know-how already.
What do you think?