I pour clorox on the concrete on my front porch and patio weekly. I pour it on, add a little water from the hose or bucket and using a broom to spread the clorox wash on the concrete. After a few minutes I rinse it off with the hose and the concrete is bright white again. Before I open the pool each year, I pour clorox on the concrete surrounding our inground pool. White washing with clorox, removes the stains much quicker and more efficiently than my commercial grade power washer. Washing the concrete with clorox does not damage the concrete like a power washer and or power sprayer.
wish Glad would make a container for used lancets and tests strips. It would be nice to have when traveling and not have to worry about disposal of the lancets ans strips.
I think there shoud be some sort of spray one could carry in their gym bag that could use on the shower floor prior to stepping in. There are so many creepy things lurking on gym bathroom floors, it would be nice to be able to sanitize areas where you have to go barefoot.
Who doesn't hate when you're out and you have to end up using a public toilet? You just never know who was sitting on that toilet before you or the toilet is covered in urine. Yuck! And, those little seat covers just aren't enough to make me feel safe. This is my !DEA....Let's put a disinfectant spray machine in each bathroom stall. It would be filled with disinfecting spray that would come out of a hose that would reach the toilet and you would be able to spray a certain amount to clean the toilet. You could set it up so the businesses would buy the machines and you could also charge 25 cents per use and only a certain amount would be dispensed per usage.
I hope this !DEA takes off...because I sure would pay to use the all new disinfecting bathroom machine!
Bleach is the number one way to kill mold spores, and the Clorox Company is a front runner in the bleach department. But since bleach is not healthy to inhale, especially when used in confined spaces or over extended periods, it would seem like a good idea for Clorox to make a natural, non-hazardous mold killer using vinegar, tea tree oil or peroxide. Counterintuitive? No, especially if marketed under the Green Works label. This healthier alternative to a bleach based product would allow consumers to use the product on hard and soft surfaces and be safe to use around children and pets. Also, it would not need to be wiped or rinsed. It could be made available in a reusable spray bottle and in larger bottles of concentrated mold killer formula which can be diluted with water by the customer.
Hi I am submitting a suggestion to which you may or may not like but I had some fun doing it and thanks for the opportunity
My idea is a Clorox foam washing machine cleaner. Spray the interior of the washing machine with foam cleaner. It changes color when clean. Run the washer to rinse.
I spray Tilex along the grout in the shower, cover with wet paper towels, wait 30 minutes, then remove paper towels and rinse clean. Mildew is gone!