A foil package with cleaning fluid encased inside a foam sponge. The consumer punctures the foil package and the
liquid will disperse.
This product is in production.
Open cell polyurethane foam that does wipe dry and absorb as much liquid as a cellulose sponge plus so many other benefits, i.e., no odor, stay clean & brighter longer. Mfgers have been trying to develop a foam that would compete against cellulose for many years, Crest has finally created a foam sponge that works and it doesn't require felting or a secondary process. Right now the only U.S. mfger of cellulose is 3M which is also a competitor of all other consumer companies.
Foam Trial has been run twice and passes wipe dry and absorption property against cellulose.
Replace cellulose sponges with 3M cellulose that Clorox currently markets.
Actack is a self-cohesvie foam and will adhere to a flat smooth surface (without sticky adhesive).
The adhesion property is in the structure of the foam, similar to a suction cup. Superior light resistance.
Could be used for an anti-slipping application, etc.
Unsure of how Clorox may be able to utilize this technology but found it very interesting. Possibly add a fragrance and place inside cat litter box. The foam is unusual and could trigger new ideas in R&D.