Not Your Ordinary Pen: 19 Ways Clorox Bleach Pens Rock

by BrightNest

What can remove stains, clean your floorboards and put polka dots on anything? Meet your new best friend: the Clorox Bleach Pen. Bleach is a powerful thing, and a pocket-size applicator opens the door for unique opportunities. For instance, if your black and white patterned table cloth suddenly gets pegged with stubborn stains, a Clorox bleach pen lets you to destain the trouble spot, without doing something crazy like bleaching (and ruining) the tablecloth. Here are 19 new ways to use the Clorox Bleach Pen:

1.) Clean Tile:

White tile looks great, until it doesn’t. A Clorox Bleach Pen will remove those tough stains that all-purpose cleaners can’t shake.

2.) Remove Odor

Bleach removes odor, as well as stains. Small items that might pick up a stench – like a white keychain, or maybe your headphones – can be cleaned with a bleach pen.

3.) Decorate Fabric

A bleach pen can act like a paintbrush on your clothing. Draw a design on your backpack to give a unique flair or make a new shirt like these by Untrendy Life.

4.) Spot Clean Your Bathtub

Bleach is a great way to get a bathtub back to new. Clear up the trouble spots with a Clorox Bleach Pen.

5.) Destain a Table Cloth

Don’t sacrifice a patterned table cloth because of a pesky stain, spot clean with a bleach pen.

6.) Clean Your Blinds

From the slats to the strings, Clorox Bleach Pens come to the rescue by removing any stains. 7.) Clean Canvas Shoes Spilled some ketchup on your white converse? You know what to grab… (Hint: It’s a Clorox Bleach Pen.)

8.) Clean Floor Boards

Get rid of scuffs and dirt with a Clorox Bleach Pen.

9.) Put Polka Dots On Any Fabric

Love dots? A Clorox Bleach Pen will allow you to permanently draw polka dots on anything made from fabric.

10.) Eradicate Mold

Bleach kills mold, so if you see some questionable spots, try your Clorox Bleach Pen and see if they kill the culprits. If the mold continues to grow, be sure to have it professionally removed.

11.) Bleach White Electronics

If you leave a stain on the kitchen i Home for too long, you may need a Clorox Bleach Pen to return to its pearly-white ways.

12.) Remove Berry Stains

A Clorox Bleach Pen will wipe away berry stains like Cutco knives slice bread.

13.) Clean Grout

Grout is tough to clean. Make your job easier by having a coloring party with your bleach pen. 14.) Remove Grass Stains Those aren’t going to come out in a wash. Cue: Clorox Bleach Pen.

15.) Remove Wine Stains

A drop of red wine on a white couch is a big problem. Until you remember your Clorox Bleach Pen is only a room away!

16.) Clean Shower Doors

A Clorox Bleach Pen is a great way to get into the crevices and disinfect your shower door.

17.) Remove Coffee Stains

Coffee stains are the worst. And washing usually just turn them yellow. If you spill coffee on white, it’s actually better than colored fabric, because you can knock out that stain with a bleach pen.

18.) Clean Porcelain

Grandma’s dishware may not be as white as it was when you got it. Use a Clorox Bleach Pen to shine it up. Tip: Try this on a small spot on the back of a dish to test it out, first.

19.) Clean Your Soap Dish

Funky build up on soap dishes is an easy job for the Clorox Bleach Pen. Mildew be gone!

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  • Boyd Boyd on Jan 09, 2015
    Bleach, especially straight bleach, weakens clothing and you will soon have a hole in your material.
    • Betty Perrault Betty Perrault on Jan 24, 2015
      @Boyd if used over and over in the same spot. a one time application should be okay
  • Patricia Patricia on Feb 24, 2015
    I'm grabbing mine and heading to the master bath, right now, to work on those grout stains. Thanks for sharing all the fab ideas. I see opportunities for craft ideas.