Need non-chlorine bleach unscented alternatives to your products
I own a restaurant (Rock That Plate Cafe). We wear black chef coats. This posses a problem when using Clorox bleach. I suggest that you place a spout on the bottle. Like a sports drink type cap. This would let the user be more in control of your product. I can not tell you how many chef coats I have that have bleach spots on them.
Last year we moved from the city to a very remote lakeside country location - once Spring arrived we realized we have an awfull lot of furry friends - especially Racoons - they eventually moved in under the large deck and we tried everything to make them leave - theye were getting to tame for comfort with our small dog - Finally I tried Clorox Bleach - poured it around the edge underneath the deck and they all moved out - YUPPERS - no more racoons - it was amazing
I would LOVE a clorox foaming cleaner!
Just a little clorox diluted with water will clean the stains - EASY
I always have at the ready a spray bottle with a Clorox Bleach solution. One thing I do with it is deodorize my vacuum cleaner. I have a standard, bag type of upright machine. Being that we have many cats, we vacuum frequently. But the bag can get somewhat smelly between changes, and can make the room smell bad. I found that if I squirt some bleach in the hose while the vacuum is running, it remedies that problem. The exhaust spreads a mild, and pleasant smell of bleach into the room, which I always have equated with cleanliness.
Clorox Bleach should be able to come out in a thick gel drop. The dispenser should look like a thick pen with a "ball point " at the end. Each drop will only expand the size of a dime for complete comtrol.
Where i live we have wells and the water isnt that great at all ! so my trick that enables my family and my neighbors to have and enjoy clean germ free water is to put a full cup of clorox in our well every month ,then when the bad odor comes back about a month later well i know its time to add clorox again . i tried the cheaper off brand as well but it didnt take the odor away ,clorox did and with that i can feel confident that my family and neighbors are drinking good water !
I have a squirt bottle under my sink with Bleach Water already mixed. It's a handy and inexpensive way to disinfect and clean up messes aroung the home.
With the summer here and kiddie pools littering backyards everywhere, parents will want to keep those pools safe for their kiddos. A small and mild Clorox 'pill' for the water can keep it safe for the kids.