I don't know if this has already been suggested, but I would LOVE to see Clorox come out with a product similar to what Swifter has for floors, with a plastic handle that you would buy with say a few wipes to begin, and/or a refillable box of the wipes, and a refill system to save on packaging.
I like to clean my floors with bleach or a combination of bleach and soap. I've never used anything else. They always smell so fresh after.
I came up with this idea when I was in the hospital recently. The elevator buttons grossed me out! I didn't want to touch them, not with my pen, and certainly not with my fingers. I knew the hospital's hand cleaner would be empty at my destination, as usual. I would wait and pray for someone to come along and press my floor, that or begrudgingly use my pen.
My idea is for a pen with a Clorox "swab" or "button" on the end, with a removable cap, and a clip so you can even carry it around in your pocket, as well as a hole on one end for a string to go through, in case you want to loop it around something and hang it on your book bag. Use it to press those disgusting elevator buttons or even touch keyboards that don't belong to you, if you are using them briefly and there's no hand cleaner nearby. I'd keep one in my purse just for those occasions when I don't want to touch something disgusting but I have to. Might as well kill the germs you get on your device by touching whatever it is with bleach. Just don't use on clothing. Must come with stern warnings for people that will try to use it as stain remover.
I would Love to see a Sterilizing spray for shoes. I'm sure that people dont 100% think about their shoes and how much yuck is carried around in your car, home work and school, tracking germs everywhere. Just a quick spray on the bottoms of your shoes before getting into your car or our of it, could help keep the germs at bay. I own and operate a large poultry farm and to keep the spread of germs from going around our place, we actually have "foot pans" that contain a mix of Iodine and water that we simply step into upon entering and extiting each area. Obviously that would not be a practical or solution to use much less safe for all fabrics and materials but a bottle that has a continuious mist to spray on the shoes with a pleasing smell i thing would be well received. I also believe that after going to the park or taking the kids to practice for sports, it would be a great thing to use on the sports shoes. A few seconds on the inside and a few extra on the outside. Who knows what kind of junk you step in?
Using a steam cleaner to steam clean your floors is nice but how about adding that nice Clorox Clean smell to the room?
Use only distilled water in your steam cleaner and dip the removable mop head into a bucket of clorox before you attach it to your steam cleaner.
When the water in the steam cleaner runs out and you refill it, repeat the process above with the mop head!
Your floors will be steamed and cleaned......twice as nice!
I get compliments on my White clothes. Anything in my home that is solid white get the Clorox Clean-up Brite blast! My Grandkids white sports pants, white hoodies, white jeans, shirts, socks, undies, table clothes, towels and wash cloths, litterally ANYTHING solid white gets a once over by me with the Clorox Clean-up Spray Bottle! We all get remarks about how nice they look. And we stand out in photos where you can see how much whiter our whites are than others in Photo with dingy whites.
My idea is to create a clorox color-safe and/or a clorox for whites "patch" similar to the tide pens, but instead make it like a patch that stays over the stain working to remove the stain until you can get it into washer to get the stain out. I think having a patch would help in a couple ways, the first being that it would keep the stain moist and infused with cleaner all the time whereas I found once the tide pen dried, it did not work so well. It would also make finding the stain easier when the time comes to clean it, saving you time from searching for the stain to treat it. Thanks!