I believe I have a great product idea. I think it would be a great idea to make a disinfectant foggier. This foggier would be wonderful for schools, homes, work place and so on (the list is endless). I think this product would be beneficial for any of the above places that have experience a breakout with the flu or any other sickness that may be affect people. You could set the foggers off during the weekend to help kill the air borne germs that may be in the air and contagious. If this is something your interested in let me know because I am a huge fan of Clorox and I think this would be a great addition to your family.Thanks,Jamie Gillenwater
I am resubmitting this idea because I think it should become a real product. I haven’t been able to find a product that safely cleans electronics. I've bought some cleaning products in the past that you spray, but they don’t clean well. Moreover, they are VERY expensive, and they ONLY sell them at electronic stores. Thus, I used baby wipes but I was told I could damage my screen so I stop using them.
I think it would be great if Clorox creates wipes that are safe for computer screens, cell phones, and other electronics. The dispenser could be shaped like a pen holder so it can be kept at a desk, and you could come up with an on-the-go version similar to the single wet napkins you get at restaurants.
I have been in the cleaning industry for over 20 years and love clorox cleanup! What I would like to see is for Clorox to made a Clorox Cleanup pad for a quick clean on tubs, toilets,ect. so you don't have to use a spray bottle and cleaning rag everytime.
My idea is a Clorox foam washing machine cleaner. Spray the interior of the washing machine with foam cleaner. It changes color when clean. Run the washer to rinse.
My idea is to offer refill packs for the canisters of Clorox Disinfecting Wipes. Once a person buys a few canisters (Costco usually offers them in 3-packs), the need to replace the entire canister is wasteful. Instead, Clorox could offer rolls of the wipes inside thin, sealed plastic bags that could be opened and inserted into the older canisters.
It seems this would offer an environmentally friendly means to sell the product. Less plastic and paper would be used in packaging. Additionally, more refills could be packed in a given space than the whole canisters. A 6-pack refill could be offered for 1.5X-1.75X the cost of the current 3-pack canisters, and would take up about the same space - which would save money in both shipping/transportation charges, but also floor space at the retailer.