The Clorox Company
  • Founded in 1913,The Clorox Company is a multinational manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products, with fiscal year 2014 revenues of $5.5 billion.
  • Clorox is headquartered in Oakland, Calif., and employs about 8,400 people worldwide.
  • Today, the company offers a diverse portfolio of products that are manufactured in more than two dozen countries and marketed in more than 100 countries.
  • Clorox markets some of the most trusted and recognized consumer brand names, including its namesake bleach and cleaning products
  • Clorox also sells products to healthcare professional cleaning and food service customers throughout the U.S.
  • The Clorox Company is one of the Fortune 500 top U.S. companies
  • Nearly 90 percent of Clorox Company brands hold the No. 1 or No. 2 market share positions in their categories.
  • Clorox is a publicly held company; its shares are listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol CLX.
  • Clorox is~3X the size of next branded competitor

  • Clorox Bleach is one of the most widely available, affordable disinfectants on earth and it continues to play a critical role in Cleaning ,Public health & Hygiene.

    Cloroxis for a cleaner, healthier home and the brightest of laundry whites.

    The world's leading public health agencies like:
    World Health Organization (WHO) & The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – recommend the use of Clorox bleach for controlling the spread of pathogens that can cause infections and other health threats.

    Bleach is one of the most widely available, affordable disinfectants on earth and the role it plays in public health continues to be critical:

    1)in protecting school children—As part of a healthy routine in school kitchens, the proper use of bleach to water ratios for food-contact surface preparation areas to help reduce the potential for cross-contamination of food and the spread of Salmonella, E. coli and other bacteria that can make kids sick.

    2) in protecting patients – Disinfecting surfaces to help prevent the spread of hospital-acquired infections and other illnesses. From the World Health Organization to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, recommendations the use of EPA-registered bleach play a central role in helping control the spread of germs that cause infectious illness.
    Myths & Facts about Bleach
    All Clorox® disinfecting products containing bleach are EPA-registered. #1 Fact | Bleach does not form dioxins.When used for cleaning and disinfecting, bleach cannot form dioxins. This is supported by several independent studies, including those by European environmental agencies. To form a dioxin, you need the type of organic building blocks that are typically found in the pulp bleaching process, which are not found in a household setting.

    #2Fact | There is no free chlorine in household bleach.The concerns about chlorine have extended to household bleach. Even though bleach has an entirely different chemistry – it is derived from sodium chloride (common table salt) and there is no free chlorine in the final product – bleach is commonly referred to as chlorine bleach. It's wrong to call household bleach chlorine bleach because it has an entirely different chemistry.

    Household bleach is derived from sodium chloride – common table salt. During household use, Clorox® Bleach breaks down to mostly salt and water. Clorox purchases chlorine and makes household bleach by bubbling the chlorine into a solution of water and sodium hydroxide. During this process, all of the chlorine is converted to a sodium hypochlorite solution.

    #3Fact | Laundering with bleach does not harm aquatic life.Everyday consumer and commercial use of bleach as directed in laundering clothes or in disinfecting surfaces around the home or public places such as schools and hospitals does not produce harmful effects on the environment. Bleach degrades primarily into salt and water

    #4Fact | Clorox® bleach does not damage equipment and surfaces.The majorities of Clorox® bleach products contains anticorrosion agents and, when used as directed, are safe for use on a variety of hard, nonporous surfaces, including stainless steel, plastics, glazed ceramics, glass, porcelain and other materials. Use bleach with confidence to clean and disinfect countertops, floors, toilets, sinks, trash cans, keyboards, phones, light switches and desks.

    #5Myth | Bleach harms the environment. Household bleach begins and ends as salt water in a fully sustainable cycle. There's a significant difference between "bleaching" – the name associated with the manufacturing of paper products – and household bleach.

    During consumer use and disposal, bleach quickly breaks down primarily to salt and water. Bleach does not contaminate ground water because it does not survive sewage treatment – either in municipal sewage treatment plans or in septic systems.
    Clorox Application
    # CLEANING –House Keeping Services
    Baby Bottles & More, Countertops, Cutting Board, Clean a Refrigerator, Clean Floors at Home, Kitchen Appliances, Sink & Drain, Stovetop, Trash Cans,Etc.
    Bathroom Mirrors & Faucets , Sink & Drain, Potty Chair , Shower Curtain, Tub & Shower, Toiletetc
    Outdoor- clean a house's exterior Decks , Patio Furniture , Wood Siding , Garage
    Multi-Room- clean "hotspots" at home Floors , Doorknobs & More , Mirrors and Wood , Hotspots like Refrigerator and microwave door handles,Kitchen and bathroom faucets , Toilet handles , TV remotesPhone receivers , Light switches , Doorknobs , Keep Flowers Fresh , Preserve a Carved Pumpkin Nursery- clean a baby nursery Baby Toys, Baby Furniture , Baby Bottles & Nipples , Feeding Items, Changing Table, Toys,

    # LAUNDRY –House Hold and Commercial–Cleaning laundry stains
    Laundry Advice Cleaning Your Washing Machine, Baby Clothes & Diapers, Clothes & Towels
    Removing Stains-remove stubborn stains Armpit, Baby Food, BBQ Sauce, Beer, Berry, Blood, Burger Drips, Butter, Chocolate, Coffee, Crayons, Dirt, Egg, Frosting, Grass, Gum, Ice Cream, Ink, Juice, Ketchup, Lip Balm, Lipstick, Liquor, Makeup, Mildew, Milk, Motor Oil Stains, Mud, Mustard, Red Wine, Salad Dressing, Soda, Soy & Other Sauces, Sticker, Tea, Urine & Etc.

    # HEALTH CARE and HYGIENE-Prevention for colds & flu
    Cold & Flu Keeping kids clean, Germs at school, Clean Germs at home like Phones, Doorknobs, Refrigerator handles, TV remotes, Toy storage bins, Light switches & Faucets
    Reduce Allergens Mold & Dust Mites, Clean Floors, Allergic Reactions

    # Health & Safety Safety from MRSA Bacteria , Baby Safety — Keep a Clean Home, How to Keep the Baby Area Clean
    Germ-Free Environment
    Clorox® Regular-Bleach is in full compliance with all applicable regulations, including regulations from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    Clorox supports the commitment of the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

    Clorox® brand liquid bleach has played a critical role in helping to protect public health by killing germs that cause illness.

    Following is a list of organisms that Clorox Bleach to water ratios kills:

    Staphylococcus Aureus (Staph.)
    Salmonella Choleraesuis
    Pseudomonas Aeruginosa
    Streptococcus Pyogenes (Strep.)
    Escherichia coli O157:H7 (E. coli)
    Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA)

    TrichophytonMentagrophytes (can cause Athlete's Foot)
    Candida Albicans (a yeast)

    Rhinovirus Type 37 (a type of virus that can cause colds)
    Influenza A (Flu Virus)
    Hepatitis A Virus
    Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)
    HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus)*
    Herpes Simplex Type 2
    Rubella Virus
    Adenovirus Type 2
    Bleach and Safe Water
    Unsafe drinking water is a leading cause of illness, malnutrition and death for children under five worldwide

    "Clorox® Bleach is a simple solution of mostly water and salt that is one of the safest and most powerful disinfecting agents available,"

    Clorox® Bleach is a safe, powerful and cost-effective disinfecting agent that has, through the years, been used to safely treat water around the globe for everything from routine municipal water treatment and for public health issues like disaster relief. Clorox® Bleach kills over 99 percent of bacteria and viruses commonly found in untreated water, such as E. coli and cholera.

    The CDC and other leading health organizations are recommending the use of EPA-registered disinfectants for surface disinfection* in hospital settings to help prevent the spread of the Ebola virus. Disinfectants such as Clorox® Regular-Bleach and Clorox® Disinfecting Wipes meet the criteria currently recommended by the CDC