The item I have invented is a way for parents(or teachers) to determine if a child has washed their hands upon leaving the restroom. I have a prototype and a patent for this device, but I have been sitting on it for over a year now with no way to produce it. In short it is a device that puts a stamp of ink on the back of a childs hand before entering the restroom that the child must then wash off, proving whether or not they have washed their hands. By placing this dot of ink on the back of their hand you eliminate the risk of staining, while also maintaining the utility of the "dot" because the child must use the front of his hand to wash the back of his hand. The "device" is mounted to the wall outside of the restroom and the child places his hand underneath, depresses the top and the tip emerges from the bottom, marking their hand. I have attached the illustration that was included with my patent filing.
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.
Carry Clorox wipes in the car.
Better than hand sanitizers for kid, dog or food mess on most glass/chrome surfaces.
Most importantly...please THINK about where you are placing your purse when grocery shopping.
IF you place your purse in the 'child seat' you are setting your purse in the area of diaper leakage, runny noses, sticky hands and just about every germ you don't want to meet up with.
I don't trust the generic store wipes and they are often EMPTY.
Carry Clorox wipes in your car and pop out a couple for wiping down the "diaper area" on the cart where you are setting your purse....YIKES and then you put your purse on your kitchen counter???? Please NO!
Clorox wipes will give easy good protection from the dangerous diaper leakage germs from countless little riders.
I will often then grab a store flyer and set it in the cart first before I place my purse.
Stay healthy it feels better and saves $$$
I have used 2 - 3 tablespoons in the bottom of the kitty litter box, then fill box 1/4 full of water, swirl bleach-water around inside the pan, then rinse and wipe out to sanitize the litter box.
Our Librarian was recently diagnosed with Lupus, so to reduce the constant barrage of germs on all the books, the Librarian bought every classroom Clorox Wipes. Each classroom, prior to going to the Library, wiped down all their books that they were returning, and continue to do so the rest of this year! All the library tables were wiped down as well. I think this has also reduced the number of head colds/flu this year in the children!!
when using Clorox regular bleach for my laundry, it would be great if the bottle had a pouring spout. When I pour it in the little space in my washer it tends to splash.
Hi there, I have 2 boys of my own and I clean beach rentals for a living and I would love to see some clorox wipes in a clingable container that you can suction onto the side of a potty, not only for a quick wipe down for sanitary issues but to do a full clean on the potty. You could make the container in different colors and designs like klenex boxes but be plastic like a baby wipe box. I would definitely buy a ton if you had some and I believe my boys would actually clean up after themselves if they had the clorox wipes there clung to the potty in plain sight. It would be great for public bathrooms too! I am so anti germ as is most people now days and I think it would be a great product! Thanks!
With the Clorox® Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner (all white tablet with bleach), customers, including myself, never know when the tablet has run out. In order to see if a replacement is needed, we have to open the top of the toilet and visually see the tablet. How about we take the all white bleach tablet and make the core/ part of the inside contain blue dye so that when the product is almost out it turns the (toilet) water blue so the consumer knows when to replace it.!