I am a 47 year old diabled woman. My neuromuscular disease weakens my muscles so heavy bottles of liquid bleach are cumbersome, difficult and painful. PLEASE make Clorox Liquid Bleach into PODS like I use for my dishwasher and for my laundry detergent. I would love to toss a POD of CLOROX BLEACH into my washing machine dispenser along with my Tide POD. The disabled, the elderly, and busy people who just want to grab a "tablet" or POD and toss it in will thank you. Also a POD or a fizzing tablet of Clorox bleach to toss in a bucket of cleaning water would be amazing, also. We could eliminate a lot of plastic bottles if our cleaners came in PODS and/or dissolvable fizzing tablets! What a GREEN idea to eliminate all the plastic!!
Picture this if you will ladies and gents. You've just spent the last half hour scrubbing, wiping, and mopping the bathroom. You stop to admire your hard work and turn off the light only to walk back in again in an hour and that's when you notice it. Splatters around the base of the toilet. I think we all know what those splatters are. How does that make you feel? Me? It irks me something awful. Now maybe you have one of those mats around the base of your toilet that catches those splatters so you don't always notice it right away. After awhile though your mat can become dingy and smelly. Or perhaps you are the parent of a potty training toddler. As a parent myself I know that accidents do happen. So what can we do to solve most of these dilemmas?
A disposable toilet liner (No product name as of yet). Basically, it is a disposable liner to put around the base of the toilet to catch most of the splashes and splatters. Pretty simple to make. The bottom would be a leak proof material. The middle a spongy absorbent material and the top would need to be a porous material with maybe a light scent to mask and unwanted smells. To secure the liner around the base you could use a sticky clasp or maybe a diaper like clasp. Product should not be so flimsy that is moves easily around the base. Also recycled materials could be used to make this liner. A win-win for everyone. I believe this would be a wonderful product for parents of potty training children and cartoon prints could be added to the liner for more fun.
To my knowledge, I've not seen any product like this on the market and you can bet your bottom dollar I'd buy this in a heartbeat.
A stiff bristle broom with a spray hose attachment for bleach. Sweep away the deck mould as you bleach the deck.
Grocery cart handles are a good source for germs and bacteria. I keep a package of clorox wipes in my purse to wipe the handles clean before I use the cart for shopping.
Why not a jug with a spout or a funnel to avoid splashing?
I use Clorox Bleach in all my white loads.
A product that would clean vases or any glass that has a small neck that is hard to get in to get it clean.
I had a vacation ruined a few years ago when I caught a nasty stomach virus. Others on our flight also got sick and the only common area we had been was the airplane. After that experience, I always carry a pack of Clorox wipes in my purse. If I'm flying, I wipe the table tray before I use it. When I arrive at my motel, I wipe areas such as doorknobs and TV remote. If I rent a car, I wipe the steering wheel, door handle, etc. I use a fresh wipe for each area I clean so that germs/bacteria will not be spread from one area to another. When frequent hand washing isn't always possible, a quick clean with Clorox helps to eliminate sickness that could ruin a trip. I highly recommend Clorox wipes.
I usually wash dishes by hand and I add 1 tsp. of clorox to my dishwater for disinfecting purposes. It would be much more convenient and less messy if there were premeasured pods for this purpose. The small pods would also be handy for campers who need a disinfectant in dish water.
I was thinking that you could combine a plunger with flushable cleaning pads/wipes. This way, the bowl gets cleaned as it gets plunged.
I am sorry that I am not a better artist, but the internal and external pads could be connected by a string so that when the cleaning is complete, both can be easily removed and flushed. The extrernal pad is a conical disk shape with a hole in th emiddle for the plunger to go through. The internal pad attaches to the bottom of the handle which would protrude a few inches into to ball of the plunger.