I think it would be consumer-friendly and inviting, if Clorox would make available a 4-pack (4 oz.) of its family of products, in any combination. I have not tried all of your products, but if it were made available for me to sample each product this way, I think I would be motivated to buy the full-size containers afterwards. It would also be eye-catching to see Clorox's products showcased this way.
My husband worked in factories while he was in college and now 5 years later is a full time Diesel Engine
Techinician. Every job he had throughout his life in multiple fields of trade, most required uniforms (because of
fluids/grease/general filth). I still cannot get all of the 'stuff' out of the uniforms, both the smell and the unknowns
on them. I have tried EVERYTHING. I learned I do a better job than the uniform companies. (that's saying alot if
they cannot even get uniforms all the way clean.) Other people have also asked how or what to do about how to
clean them. I believe a good product that can take the smell and at least the general flith out of the uniforms
would be a very profitable product that would also help so many other families. There are millions of mechanics
and hard factory laborers in this country that could use this product. I would also like the mindset that I can clean
I have enjoyed using the clorox antibacterial wipes for years. One of the things I find which would vastly improve the use of this product is making the dispenser easier to set up. When setting up a new container for use one must locate the wipe in the immediate center of the roll. This is difficult and time consuming to do. Many times it leads to wasting several wipes. If the center wipe was marked in some way either with a tab or color it would make things much easier.
You may have other products on which this is applicable. I know in my own household we have products which dispense in the same manner as the Clorox wipes and experience the same difficult set up.
It would be great if there was a "mitt" that would hold a Clorox Wipe. Dusting mitts are very handy for cleaning surfaces since you just glide your hand over the surface. A "Clorox Cleaning Mitt" could be very useful. The mitt would have two surfaces. The one surface would be coated with silicon. The silicon would not absorb the moisture from the Clorox Wipe, and the silicon would be heat resist if the mitt was being used on a warm surface, say in the kitchen. The opposite surface of the mitt would have a scouring material similar to non-abrasive Scotch-Brite Pads. That way, if the dirty area needs to be scrubbed to loosen the dirt, you just flip the mitt and scrub before you continue cleaning. In order to hold the wipe on the mitt, grippers could be inbedded in the mitt similar to the grippers on a Swiffer Sweeper. The mitt would make it easier to clean contoured surfaces such as sinks, sink pedestals, the exterior of toilets, and cabinets among other uses.
my idea is a Clorox scented candle or air freshener for the bathroom i love the bleach smell and i know of a few friends that love the bleach smell something that YOU CAN HANG IN YOUR BATHROOM and it automatically sprays without the bleach mess or without dyeing your clothes.
Senior citizens appreciate much smaller bottles of bleach which are easier to handle and better fit their needs.
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Sometimes it can be cumbersome carrying and organizing the necessary cleaning products for a job around the house. It would be great if there was a bucket organizer like hardware stores sell that organize tools in a bucket. If a bucket organizer was developed for cleaning products it could be called a "Clorox Caddy".
The Clorox Caddy would be sized to fit about a 10 quart bucket since the 5 gallon buckets that hold the tool organizers are probably too big. The Caddy would not have any pockets sewn on or maybe just a couple pockets sewn on for standard items like a bottle of spray cleaner. The reason that the Caddy won't have pockets already sewn on, is that each person usually has a slightly different combination of cleaning supplies, which means each person has slightly different needs when organizing their cleaning supplies. Instead of pre-sewn pockets, the Caddy will have vertical industrial strength Velcro strips sewn on the sides of the Caddy both on the outside of the bucket and on the inside of the bucket. The Caddy will come with several squares and rectangles of mesh material that will also have industrial strength Velcro. The mesh can then be applied to the vertical Velcro strips to create pockets and loops as needed. The Caddy could even come with over-sized pieces of mesh that could be cut to size. The reason the pockets would be mesh is so that the cleaning supplies like brushes, gloves, and sponges can have a chance to air dry if they are still damp when being stored.
I know it seems a little bit far fetched but someone should produce a little shoe cleaning product that can be kept on the floor like a golf shoe cleaning station. If you really think about it you walk in public restrooms and get fecal bacteria, urine, and more on your shoes every day. Not to mention just walking through any public transportation or sports event. It could be a little plastic container on the floor with wet pads you just wipe your shoes in, like the scrubbers of a golf shoe cleaner, with a little plastic pop up lid you press a button with your shoe to pop.
I have a couple of bathrooms in my home that are seldom used. I am hesitant to use the large Clorox tablets that are designed to be used in the toilet tank bacause the toilets get flushed so infrequently.
Have you ever considered making a small tablet that could be put into the toilet bowl? I am picturing something about the size of a "Pez" tablet that could be dropped into the bowl and would disolve providing the same chlorine solution that comes from the toilet tank when the larger tablets are used.