Using the Last of the Clorox 2

Make sure you are getting every lost drop out of each bottle of Clorox 2 by following this simple tip.

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August 10, 20160 found this helpful

This is a guide about using every bit of laundry detergent. Many cleaning products that are packaged in plastic bottles or jugs still have product left inside even when they seem to be empty.

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August 14, 20141 found this helpful

The spout of the Clorox 2 bottle is in there tight, what are the suggested ways to get it out. I have tried this with the liquid detergent bottles and it is very difficult too.

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August 14, 20142 found this helpful

I use a pliers to remove those pesky detergent and fabric softener caps.

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August 15, 20141 found this helpful

I add water to the 'empty' bottle, swish it around and measure out double the amount I usually use, due to it being diluted. I can sometimes add a bit more water, and get even another load of clothes clean.

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December 10, 20171 found this helpful

Why not just put the cap on the bottle, turn it upside down, leave it for awhile, and every last drop will drain into the lid, leaving the jug competely dry. This works with any plastic jug that has measuring lid. If it doesn't have that kind of lid, turn jug upside down over a cup.

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