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The Clorox Company, based in Oakland, California, is an American global manufacturer and marketer of consumer and professional products, with approximately 8,700 employees worldwide, as of June 30, 2018. Net sales in the company's 2019 fiscal year were US$6.2 billion. Clorox ranked No. 468 on Fortune's 2018 Fortune 500 list. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s, Clorox pursued an aggressive expansion program in which it attempted to establish itself as a major diversified consumer products conglomerate, like Procter & Gamble. In 1970, Clorox introduced Clorox 2 all-fabric bleach. Later on, in that period, it acquired a number of brands that remain a part of their portfolio today, including Formula 409, Liquid-Plumr, Kingsford charcoal, and developed cleaning products such as Tilex instant mildew remover. It even acquired a ranch dressing that was still new to the market, which was known as "Hidden Valley."

Tilex product has a very strong smell and it doesn't work on tiles or bathtub, Maria Tereza Cabral Pereira doesn't recommend the product on amazon.com

"Smell super strong and it did not make a difference in the bathroom tiles/bathtub - I do not recommend. Not only that but also this is overpriced. I later saw on food emporium a bottle twice this size that cost less."


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"Will not stay on will not stick very well"

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"So unhelpful"

Customer says

"The item's description was misleading. The item was returned?"

Jackie Jones says

"As of today Sept 1st I have not received them and now my need for them is over, so sorry I will not order from you again!!!!!!!"