Vacumm packs of Kingsford charcoal that you can put into the grill and just light. They can come in different sizes depending on the size of your grill. These would be easy to pack for tailgating and for camping. No charcoal mess or dust. The cover could be flamable so they would light with just a match or lighter.
I moved into a home that had been vacant for about 6 months. Leaves and debri had just piled up on the driveway. Of coarse the driveway was all blackened from the stagnant leaves and decay. After cleaning all the debri I filled a standard garden sprayer with a mix of Clorox and water and sprayed the concrete sidewalks and the driveway. The mixture only had to stay on for about 2 minutes. Then I just rinced it off with a hose. The concrete looks like it was just poured! All of the black stain just washed away with a garden hose. People have used bleach to clean their brick homes for quite some time. But I never knew how truly well it would work on concrete!
Color safe bleach for carpet cleaning machines.
I always have the hardest time treating a small area. Always afraid to pour too much. Clorox should come out with a spray bottle to treat small areas. This would be a success no doubt about that in my book.
I love the Clorax wipes for my bathroom, especially the sink and toilet. But I notice that the wipes do not pick
up the hairs that you come across, they tend to just slide around on the surfaces. So one day, while watching my
grandson, I had a baby wipes in my hand and I used it to wipe the sink. The texture of those wipes, picked up the
hairs very easily. It would be nice it the Clorax wipes weren't so stiff, maybe if they were made out of the same
materials the baby wipes are made of they would pick up the hairs.........
I had no idea that the wipes were so handy - makes for easy cleanup and a clean smell.
I use Tilex on my pario cushions...leave on for a few minutes then rince off with the hose....good as new!
Sprinkle Clorox bleach around garbage cans to repel nosy critters.
I'd sure like a Clorox product that worked on the stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, especially the stove. Right now I use windex or a sponge. I'd like something more prone to remove germs I can't see instead of just the mess that I can see.
I'd like a product to get back behind hard to reach places (like behind the commode base) with ease. A mop won't cut it, and it's hard to get back there on your hands and knees, but it's got to be done. Something that would get back there...some pliable bending tool and clean well would be really fantastic.