A scented dish washing liquid that degreases, is anti-bacterial, and sanitizing all in one. Cleans and degreases dishes while being safe on your hands and has just the right ph balance to kill and sanitize germs and bacteria floating around in used dish water. Lets face it who rinses their dishes before hand washing them unless their going into the dish washer right? You can soak the dishes and eliminate most germs and bacteria floating around in the dish water as you wash then rinse.
I have a container of Clorox Wipes in my kitchen, every bathroom in my home, some at school, one in the car.
It's nice to buy tissue boxes that compliment the decor in these rooms, why not design various labels so the Clorox Wipes containers are more complementary to the room they are in/counter top they are on? Floral designs, graphic designs, holiday designs, kid friendly designs- you get the idea.
The instructions/ cautions could still be listed on the back of the container and the Clorox name discreetlyon the front (like the little "Kleenex" logo is on tissue).
When you receive fresh flowers they never live as long as you would like, because the bacteria in the water can stiffle the freshness over time. You can prevent this from happening, by just putting a few drops of clorox bleach in the water of the flowers, which prevents the growth of bacteria in vase and they will live a few days longer, so you can enjoy the beauty for a longer period of time.
As we all use public restrooms, spreading germs is a huge concern. More so in the women's restroom as we change hygeine products and touch the stall lock as we exit. My suggestion is that that Clorox wipes be made as a compact wipe dispenser that is installed on or near the back of the bathroom stall door so that we can use them to touch the lock/knob as we exit. I see this as helpful because we see others use papertowels to open the main door as we leave, but what about the stall where the most germs may be passed, prior to us actually washing our hands? There are seat covers in the stalls to protect us as we sit, so why not have something to protect us throughout the entire process?
Not sure if they can be made flushable, but if not, we can always toss them in the trash as we exit the stall.
This can benefit public businesses, particularly restaurants and fast food establishments to provide one extra step to prevent the spread of germs and/or diseases.
I have hard tales of people pouring Clorox Bleach onto their vehicle tires and around on the ground in the vicinity. Then when you do a burn out or "squeal tire" you will get a nice smoke effect. This is not recommended on public roads or by anyone under the age of 18. If you are a amateur film maker, do this in a respectful, controlled way. Thank you.
Take a 3/4 cup of Clorox Bleach and add it to a gallon of plain water. Then take the galllon solution and pour that into a smaller spray bottle. Lightly spray your walls as you are cleaning them. Spring cleaning is right around the corner.
I love the smell of Clorox, so much that I'd use fabric sheets that smell like it!
What if you made a fabric sheet too? You've got the detergent & bleach down pat! You could even add a sanitizing factor for a bonus!
Clorox is used to sanitize surfaces with a 1:10 solution of Clorox to water. This has to be prepared and put into spray bottle. There is always a risk of spills, inhaling fumes, stains on clothes, and improper ratio.
It would be great if a premeasured solution came in a handy spray bottle. This could be marketed to consumers for home use as well as medical facilities.
I remember when i was young whenever someone got stung or burned my mother would pour clorox on a rag and hold it on the injury, and sure enough the burn or sting would stop hurting.
409 Works like a dream for cleaning the shower walls