Best known for it’s bleach products - Clorox has been making products since 1913. It was bought in 1957 by Proctor and Gamble but the FTC challenged the purchase with monopolization charges. Based in Oakland, CA, it has been publicly traded since 1928.
In this new green era consumers now know that environmentally-friendly cleaning products and practices provide many benefits. Successful janitorial and cleaning companies are incorporating “green” processes and products to meet the growing demand for natural cleaners.
When comparing Smelly Washer to Clorox washing machine cleaner we contend that using Smelly Washer is the best decision for cleaning your washer because of these reasons:
1. Clorox is bleach-based and bleach is already a widely used cleaner. Odor would not be a problem if it worked.
2. Bleach affects gaskets and seals on washing machines by drying them out.
3. There are expert opinions that bleach can cause health problems.
4. Smelly Washer has 24 treatments compared to 5 for Clorox so, cost-wise, we’re the best choice.