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MOMENT #125063:

My Clorox Clean Moment Poem!!! One loving mother with pride watching the kids
play outside. The rain ☂ suddenly came down! No cover or shelter to be found.
All kids began shouting with glee ♪♫♪ ! Yippee, as they danced carefree! Yucky
mud found socks, pants and shirts. Oh my, kids were covered in mud and dirt (•‿•)
...Come ☼ sunshine tomorrow, I'm confident... Clorox ❤ clean clothes will be

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  • kathy n.
  • 04-15-2014

MOMENT #125098:

dog food on the floor!

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  • Anne B.
  • 04-15-2014
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Shine up a stained high chair.

Did your little man leave a big mess all over his high chair? Here’s how to have that chair sitting pretty again: to clean and disinfect, mix ½ cup of Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of water. Sponge down pre-washed surface and let stand 5 minutes. Rinse and let air dry. *Safe for hard, nonporous surfaces only.

Stamp out patio mildew.

Your new place is in ship shape for guests, but don’t neglect the patio! Here’s how to clear the deck: Wash patio furniture, sidewalks and decks with Clorox® Outdoor Bleach. Then, remove mildew stains with a solution of ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach to 1 gallon water. Reapply as needed to keep the area wet for 5 minutes. Brush to remove moss and then rinse (don’t use on painted wood).

Undo a salad dressing oops You topped your salad—and your favorite white top—with dressing.

Here’s how to reverse that mess: To pre-soak, rinse stain with clean water. Combine 3 tbsp Clorox® Regular-Bleach per gallon of cool water. Submerge entire garment and soak for 5 minutes. Wash immediately using detergent and ½ cup Clorox® Regular-Bleach.

Removing Red Dye

Q. I had red color run from a pair of slacks onto a pink stretchy short top I wear under my suits. I tried immediately soaking the top in soapy water overnight, but that did not remove any of the color.

A. It's very good that you didn't dry the top and tried the sudsy soak. I would try ...Read More

Green Paint Stain

Q:  I was painting & got green paint on my white north face jacket. I used bleach (plenty of it) & the stain is still there. 

A:  The problem you have is similar to cleaning dried latex paint off a brush with synthetic (nylong or polyester) bristles.  With brus ...Read More

Your Questions: Disinfecting Laundry

Q: My physician just recommended to me that I use regular bleach in my wash to disinfect my whites to kill any bacteria or yeast that may be present. He said that normal detergent doesn't always kill them. My question for you is concerning color s ...Read More

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