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I am a father of 3 and help my wife clean the bathrooms, when you think bathroom you think toilets. Toilets are tough enough to clean especially the crevices, when the kids miss the mark and not clean up after themselves (You know what I am talking about :) My idea is to create a toothbrush device , this device will have bristles hard enough to clean and loosen debris but not to hard to cause damage to the porcelain, most toilets are mad of. The toothbrush will have an opening on the opposite end and you fill with Cloroxor a Clorox formula . The Toothbrush will automatically dispense the Clorox liquid when applying pressure to the hard to reach crevices and the britles will loosen up the hard to remove debris on the toilet. You can use for Bathroom tile crevices and cleaning the dirt or hard water around sink fixtures.
Clean more efficiently because the CC is an all in one perfect size carrier as handy as the toolbox for the handy man.
Clean without cross contamination because the CC has color coded/designated easy to use compartments for area specific brushes and cleaning products.
Clean with the products you like because the CC is designed to cart canisters with wipes or spray bottles.
The current products available are buckets unnecessarily large, belts to fit these buckets with pockets that are too large.
This products will be a small bucket to hold a roll of paper towels or color coded cleaning rags. It will have a compartment for a "toothbrush-like" cleaning utensil (to use only around the toilet) on one side -with an indicator to keep it from getting confused with other cleaning utensils. On the other side will be a compartment for another "toothbrush-like" compartment for a utensil to clean only around the sink/shower.
I have a prototype of this product, approved by by scientist husband and my engineer son. It works!
Charcoal bags are cumbersome to lift and pour and don't seal well which means they will absorb moisture from the basement or garage and they won't catch fire or burn as well when dry. My idea is to package Kingsford Charcoal in a sturdy, reusable container with a handle and spout for easy lifting and pouring, with a snap lid to keep out moisture. I made a proposed jpg file to show what the new packaging might look like.
I'd say almost 1/3 to 1/2 of our trash now is part recycled, part non recycled. We currently have two separate trash cans in our pantry, one for each and they almost fill at the same time. My idea is to make recycling easier for people and not have to have two trash cans in their house. They just use one.
When you take out a trash bag, it should be the normal size, but be two separate bags that are connected at the top and would fit your standard trash can. These two bags would have a perforated line in the middle where they connect. One side could be white (non recycled), the other bag could be green or blue (recycled). When both sides are full, you pick the back up, take it outside, tear it apart along the perforated seam and place one in your recycled bin, and the other in your non-recycled bin. You could get fancy and each have their own drawstring, etc.