Cleaning is one of those chores I put off as long as possible, and when I finally decided it canâ€™t wait any longer I want it to go quickly and smoothly.Â It is annoying when I am cleaning and my bottle of cleaner wonâ€™t spray anymore, even though I can tell that there is still some solution in the bottom.Â Then I am left shaking it and tilting it different directions to try and get the last bit of cleaner out. When this happens I tend to give up in frustration and just toss out the bottle and get a new one, even though I know it is not really empty.Â To try and remove this common problem Clorox has come up with a new technology with their new Spray Every Drop bottles, which allow you to use every bit of cleaner in the bottle.Â They asked me to review these new cleaners and see this innovation.
I was very curious to see how this works, because it seems like it is hard to redesign a spray bottle! It is a very clever system, which actually puts the spray tube on the outside of the bottle, and then it goes into the bottom.Â This is brilliant, because then when you tilt the bottle forward to spray all the liquid runs to the front, which is where the tube is.Â So you can get your full value out of the cleaner you bought, without any frustration.
It is easy to find the newly designed bottles, because they have a wide yellow stripe and “SMART TUBE TECHNOLOGY” written along the left-hand side of the bottle.Â Clorox is offering this new design in a huge variety of cleaners, including:
- CloroxÂ® Clean-UpÂ®
- CloroxÂ® Disinfecting Bathroom Cleaner
- CloroxÂ® Disinfecting Bleach Foamer
- CloroxÂ® Bleach Gell
- CloroxÂ® Kitchen
- Formula 409Â®
So the next time you need cleaner look for the big yellow stripe so that you can spray every drop!Â You can learn more at Cloroxâ€™s http://www.sprayeverydrop.com website.
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Disclosure: This post is brought to you by Clorox and The Motherhood, and Iâ€™ve been compensated for my time. However, all opinions are my own.