Similar to dryer sheets but on a larger multi-purpose scale. When traveling, especially on extended stays, clean and dirty clothes start to migrate and interact. I would like to have a deodorizing sheet or bag that can separate these and keep the whole suitcase smelling fresh. I have used a few dryer sheets in the past which helps. When opening the suitcase there is a freshening aroma but that ceases quickly and doesn't separate the clothes.
to make a pellet that dissolves from a plastic container but will not come thru it, put it in the tank about 6 inches from top so every time it is flushed it will be in the tank and clean the rim of the toilet. putting them in the bowl and they fall in it and clogs the toilet plumber for 42 years and have cleaned out many of them
I think Clorox should have an extra-strength wipe. The wipe would get out the toughest stains. It would even get out markers. I also think that they should have colored wipes. I made a pink wipe and all of my friends wanted one. I think the color wipe would be perfect!!!
What a wonderful day it is today. My beloved has brought me a bouquet. As I arrange the flowers in the vase that best shows off their beauty, I think "Oh dear, I wish I knew how to make these beautiful love tokens last more than a week. He paid so much, and was so thoughtful." The florist has fastened a little plastic packet fillet with mystery crystals that are supposed to do the trick, but when you know you must change the water at least every 5 days, what do you do to keep the blossoms alive for another few days? As I clipped the stems to give the flowers new openings so the good stuff in the water can get into them more easily, I ponder the question anew, the one I have asked, and I know every beloved wife and girl friend has asked time after time. "How can I give these flowers new life for at least another week?" Then I remembered... My grandmother, bless her for old New England tricks of survival, even knew how to make the little bouquets we grandchildren so lovingly picked in the woods and backyard for her live longer. It was so simple. She lectured us at water changing time, "Now remember to put a generous tablespoonful of Chlorox in the water every time you trim the stems and give the flowers new water." Chlorox has a lot more uses than just taking those ugly stains you put on your clothes at every meal, you know. And the flowers will love you for it. You'll see." Guess what? It works! Every time!