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.
Nail Polish is one of those items that lots of women love to wear. But it never fails that we drop it, on the carpet, on our clothes. One of the hardest things to do is get nail polish out of carpet.
It would be great to have a spray or paste that will break down nail polish without discoloring the item the nail polish is on. Problem with most items on removing nail polish is its takes lots of elbow grease to do it. And you run into the problem with it discoloring the whatever you got nail polish on.
Nail Polish is basically paint, like what your car is painted with. So if you can clean up paint, why not nail polish too? It needs to be either a spray, or paste that you apply to the mess you made, leave it can come back and wipe it back up without causing damage to the area around it. Or make it so you can vacuum it up once you are done to be sure that it has removed the nail polish as well as it didn't cause any problems to carpet bed. Pet safe would be nice too.
Here is a link to some of the ways people are using now to get nail polish out of carpet.
A long rod to which clorox wipes may be easily attached in order to be used to reach difficult to access high places where spiders congregate when they come indoors to get out of the rain, which unfortunately seems to be most commonly a ceiling above me.
I would love to see Clorox have a lid that I can measure my bleach with. Since I already have this available with my laundry detergent I don't keep a separate measuring cup in the laundry room. Alternately, if the jug had a clear strip on the side with tick marks per 1/2 cup I would be able to gague how much bleach I am using.
My idea is for a shopping cart wipe. As a professional nurse, I know just how dirty and gross public items can get over time. Shopping carts are the worst. Fecal bacteria to TB are all over shopping carts. Having a small pop-up like those used for baby travel wipes specifically formulated for nasty things on shopping carts are needed. The dispensers already exist. The refills would a profit maker and even the initial dispenser will not need to be developed. The exact formula for the chemical in the wipes will need attention. Money will need to go toward public education. The formula for the wipe should evaporate quickly so that if Clorox is used, the wipe will not cause staining or bleaching of clothing.
The inside of plastic bottles used for pet waterers turn green with mold despite the addition of Microban in the plastic. Removing the hazy mold from the larger bottles, especially those used with the Petmate Le Bistro 2.75 gal waterer, is next to impossible. Because of the bottle configuration, bottle brushes can't access the area just under the opening where water comes out. Filling a 2.75 gal. container with water and mixing in 1/4 cup of Clorox Bleach and allowing it to stand overnight kills the mold. Unfortunately, even with several rinses the bottle still smells like Clorox (and probably tastes like it, if it's anything like pouring a gallon of bleach into my well every year to kill bacteria ).
Perhaps Clorox could develop a pet safe, pre-measured liquid product that could be used in these bottles and would kill mold, reduce bacteria, and not have a nasty aftertaste or smell. Users could mix the product with a specified amount of water, depending on the size of the container, pour it into their pet's watering bottle, shake it, pour out the solution, then rinse the bottle and refill with clear water.
I was at my elderly Father's home and while he sometimes misses the lightswitch (DON'T WE ALL!!!) I tries other gentler products because I didn't want to remove the paint, as a last ditch try I used: 409 FOAM CARPET AND STAIN REMOVER - the can that you use by turing upside down. I gave a quick spray and VOILA - stains gone, fingerprints gone, and because it is a foam it doesn't interfere with the electrical. And to boot it also cleaned the switchplate! The PAINT is just as it was, with NO FADING, and NO RESIDUE. It was as if the fingerprints were never there. I have tried this on other wall scuffs and it also REMOVES THEM!!! He has a flat paint which is more subjective to leaving a residue. THIS 409 FOAM CARPET AND STAIN REMOVER is in one word: "EXCELLENT" Regular 409 doesn't work as well and it has a tendency to drip. One PAPER TOWEL works GREAT with 409 FOAM AND STAIN CARPET CLEANER. I found it at Target and LOWES Hardware Store.
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.
i would like a gel or pad that when comes into contact w/ mold will turn a specific color & if the mold is harmful will turn a different color so you can tell if it's time to sanitize and clean
Just a little clorox diluted with water will clean the stains - EASY