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Avoiding Cleaning Frustrations with New Clorox Spray Bottle Innovation




We’ve all experienced it: the frustration of not being able to access the remaining liquid at the bottom of spray bottles. From tilting the bottle in different directions, to transferring leftover liquid to another bottle, we often take extreme measures to get to the remaining liquid.

To eliminate this spray bottle frustration, Clorox has introduced a new innovation called SMART TUBE® TECHNOLOGY just in time to help you tackle your spring cleaning. It’s a built-in tube that reaches all the way to the bottom of the bottle, giving you:

o   Satisfaction of being able to spray every drop.

o   Freedom from frustrating workarounds to get to the last bit of product.

o   Enjoyment of a more premium spray experience with a new, more durable trigger* that provides better coverage and control and a smoother pull that makes it easier to dispense with less effort.

I received a sample to review and lets just say – this really does work. I’m not at the end of the bottle but I can’t wait to put that to the test too!

SMART TUBE® TECHNOLOGY is now available nationwide in Clorox spray bottles, including Clorox® Clean Up®, Tilex® and Formula 409® products. Just look for the yellow stripe on the side of the bottle!  For more about SMART TUBE® TECHNOLOGY and to see a video on the bottle transformation, visit www.sprayeverydrop.com.

Clorox just launched a coupon on www.sprayeverydrop.com!  When you watch a quick video on the spray bottle’s “makeover,” you get a $1 coupon.  If you share the video on Facebook or Twitter from the site, you get a $1.50 coupon.  (Coupons available while supplies last.)


  1. Constantine Gioia on June 23, 2013 at 10:50 am

    If you can’t put the last few drops where you need them to go what good does getting them do? All cleaning is not downward, but if it were,this bottle would be perfect. Many company’s are locating their pick-up tubes bottom front so I guess most cleaning is downward but I find I have to clean upward quite often and can’t when the fluid starts getting low. In Clorox new add they claim no more twisting bending or manipulating to get the last few drops. They should try cleaning upward they will find twisting, bending and manipulating all come back.

  2. Sara Bruce on April 26, 2013 at 2:50 pm

    In my opinion, they should do that to all bottles!!

  3. Janet W. on April 21, 2013 at 2:23 am

    Oh yes! They should make all bottles with this technology. How neat!

    • Kristin on April 26, 2013 at 3:17 pm

      One day!

  4. Amy Orvin on April 20, 2013 at 5:28 am

    Great idea! I love that I won’t waste any!

  5. In the Hammock on April 15, 2013 at 8:55 am

    wow, that’s actually really cool!! great idea!

    • Kristin on April 26, 2013 at 3:17 pm

      I thought the same!