I want to BUY something from Clorox,...I'm not trying to SELL Clorox anything.
Since last Fall I have been trying unsuccessfully to have someone in SOS Production, Finance, or Marketing contact me regarding the possibility of my manufacturing, under an agreeement you deem acceptable, the red and yellow SOS Tuffy Clorox no longer manufactures. Alternately, I'd like to place with you a substantial order for this product that you would make for me in a one-time production run. A third option would be to advise where I might be able to purchase a large quantity of the unused product that mey still exist in a warehouse you know about...... that I can't seem to locate.
So far I have only been able to discuss this concept with Clorox/SOSSales staff. They seem only to want me to purchase the current blue product that is not the same in quality...and I'm not interested in doing that.
Are you able to have an SOS Product Manager, or someone in one of the above three departments, contact me to discuss with me what I am proposing? Any assistance you can provide will be appreciated.
There's a great product out there that seems to have limited availability - S.O.S. Grill Mates Pads. Why not package a sample or small box of Grill Mates Pads in select bags of Kingsford Briquettes and include an order blank for those who can't find the pads locally? Users will discover a great "new" product and actually get their grills clean without resorting to grill cleaning sprays that not only smell awful but often make food taste nasty even when the grill has been rinsed.
I'm assuming these pads are still part of the Clorox Family, since they show up on the Clorox Products site. If not, perhaps Kingsford could develop heavy duty, 4"X4" grill cleaning pads that not only cut through grease and burned on food but are safe to use on both enamel and stainless grills. The pads would need to be flexible so they could be folded and get between the spaces on stainless grills.
Cleaning with an S.O.S. Pad is easy and efficent, but getting those hard to reach areas is tough with souch a big product. My idea is to make an S.O.S. pad the size and shape of a Q-Tip, that way you could get all the tight spots that you need to clean.
If you have a stainless steel sink that is tarnished or has water spots, even those with major build up...an S.O.S. pad and a little (make that a lot) of elbow grease can make it like new. First, soak paper towels in vinegar and leave on stained areas as long as possible, then discard. Rinse well...very well, with plain water. Have an old margarine container or something like it to dispose of used S.O.S. pad handy. It is a good idea to wear plastic gloves to protect your hands. Wet one end of pad and start scrubbing, one section at a time, a six inch area is a good size to start with. Rinse, repeat...be amazed!