Something that you can spray into your mattresses for a stain such as pee, especially when you have kids. Something that will not have harsh chemicals.
I would make a miniature Clorox wipe dispenser. Shaped just like the regular size dispencer, but small enough to keep in a purse or attach to your keys.
My idea would be to have a specific label for Clorox items(disinfecting wipes) with a baby scent label. I know this product is safe for children and cleaing toys, however I think this item would be more appealing if it was advertised as "gentle" or "baby scent" To me the scent of the disinfecting wipes are not "baby friendly" it smells more like cleaning supplies than baby fresh. For example I currently use baby wipes to clean my high chair. To me the scent and the idea its safe for a baby bottom makes me feel more comfortable using it on a surface my baby eats on. Just a thought! Thanks.
I keep a contaner of Clorox wipes net to the toilet. being raised in a family of men, I sat on a pee seat more than onse. Instead of getting all the cleaning stuff out to or 3 times a day, Simply pull out a sheet, and wipe the toilet down, Pull out another and shine up the faucets, Wipe up the soap scum and toothpaste drops, and shaving cream. I Also take them traveling and quick clean the Toilets before using them. I would love to see a Smaller, Take Along Package of the wipes. Now that would be awesome.
I haven’t been able to find a product that safely cleans my computer screen and key board well. I’ve bought some cleaning products in the past, but they don’t clean well. Moreover, they are VERY expensive, and they ONLY sell them at electronic stores. Thus, sometimes I use baby wipes, but I was told I could damage my screen. I think it would be great if Clorox creates wipes that are safe for computer screens, cell phones, and other electronics. The dispenser could be shaped like a pen holder so it can be kept at a desk, and you could comeup with a on-the-go version shaped like a cell phone.
A spray Gun that connects to a regular home garden hose with a pinched high velocity fitted nozzle. Underneath the spray gun just in front of the trigger is a threaded cleanser attachment section in which you can screw a reload canister filled with a hard or powdered crystalized biodegradable concentrate, that time dissolves with the mixture of water pressure from the garden hose. About 1 to 1 1/2 hours of spraying each reload. The cap from the cleanser canister can be flipped over where there is a threaded insert that is the same width of the reload canister threads and can be used to plug the gun for rinsing.
Environmentally friendly cleanser be used for blasting mold & mildew from: Aluminum & Vinyl siding, paint, stucco, brick, stone, sidewalks & driveways, shudders, roof top shingles, rain gutters, windows, doors, wooden decks, swimming pools, and more! As much humidity and mildew as it is in Florida, I would like to start a pressure wash business out here, especially in the summer and spring! So bad that if you don't clean your toilet bowls here in about two days it'll be black with mold by the 3rd day guaranteed! Imagine what I see growing outside in all this hot topical moisture? Woah....!
I think it would be consumer-friendly and inviting, if Clorox would make available a 4-pack (4 oz.) of its family of products, in any combination. I have not tried all of your products, but if it were made available for me to sample each product this way, I think I would be motivated to buy the full-size containers afterwards. It would also be eye-catching to see Clorox's products showcased this way.
My idea is for you to get with a company who make the small handheld black lights and have them make you a mass quanity to give away free or with a purchase of one clorox product. This will pay off for you in unreal proffits once the consumers use the black lights as your commercial you make will show them how to use them to detect germs an bacteria associated with urine and urine splash all around toilets and baseboards an all over ones home. Once people see with a blacklight whats on the floors,baseboards, toilets, ect they will begin a mass clorox campain in home to rid themselves of all the germs they had no idea were on their toilets and floors ect, a blacklight will make the urine splash glow like a neon stain. We used these in schools and in childcare places that I personally cleaned an supervised the cleaning of and once we got the lights to see how poor a job we were doing we were all just dumbfounded. These blacklights are amazing an consumers just have no idea how bad the kids miss and adults to especially the splash zone as it will splash or spray out of a toilet, pets also sneak a pee or mark a spot or 10 in our homes, it splashes an is on shower stalls, curtains, floors its bad in the bathroom and you would sell many products to kill these germs an make us happy and we would all be so much more sanitary making for one clorox happy usa :) You would be selling large quanitys of your products at the same time. I will be watching the tv for the add to go to your website an get a free blacklight or even a buy a clorox product an get a light to detect free would work, Im sure with todays technoligy there has to be a better blacklight then the ones we used back when I did this detection, now a day they make much more brighter mini lights an it may be possible to make one a blacklight I dont know for sure tho on that, the one I have posted was like 20-25 dolars as it was battery operated and portable and also took a adaptor for ac. Naturally the blacklight would work & show up more urine splash at night with all lights off in the room being inspected.
ps: Below is a snapshot of a small 6 or 7 inch long black light we used when I worked in the field. It runs off of 4 double a & has a plug in for a adaptor ac.
There is so much bacteria on a toilet plunger. I think that anything that goes into the toilet, especially after contact with human waste should be immediately discarded.
. I know many people just leave their plungers beside toilet. (gross) and think this is a great health risk. In this day of antibiotic resistant bacteria, E.Coli outbreaks, etc, I think that anything that goes into the toilet should be tossed in the trash.
I propose inventing a disposable plunger base that "clicks off" the pole. It should be biodegradable but sturdy. It could be sold as a permanent "pole" with disposable bases and refill packs.
Create a new bottle similar to the laundry detergent bottles that lay on their side and you push the button down to dispense the liquid. This would prevent the splashing and glugging that you get when trying to poor the current bottle. Instead of the push button, which could leak, maybe use a spout with a turn knob similar to a shut off valve used in plumbing, or the pivot lever used on tea pitchers.
A jug like that would also help with the ventilation since you would have the twist off cap to prevent pressure build-up.