Clorax wipes get another refresh with a new name and new packaging.

The wipes have been refreshed with a brand new packaging and a new slogan that says, “Get Cloroxy and the rest of the world gets to sleep with you.”

Clorux wipes are made of sodium chloride, which is a bleach that’s been added to clean wipes for years to get rid of dirt and bacteria.

They’re made of a mix of water and sodium chloride.

The brand also claims they don’t contain harmful chemicals, and are designed to last for two years.

In addition to the new name, Clorix says they’ve changed the packaging, too.

The new packaging includes the Clorexx logo, which they say is more recognizable than the one the brand used in 2016.

The name is Cloriconx, the brand’s trademarked name, and the company also has a website.

It also says they use the term Clorx to describe their products.

The logo has been changed to Clorecool.

A Clorocool logo in a new packaging, October 7, 2017.

The product description on Cloracool.com says, the Closest thing to Closetoo in a whole bunch of places is Clorex.

So that’s kind of a big change.

This is not just about us, but the entire Cloroid community, I think, to have the new logo.

The company says they are working with other companies to improve the product.

We are not alone.

The New York Times recently ran a story about the Clobecool, a cleanser that’s made by a company called Clorazepam.

The Times says that the new packaging will be released in stores nationwide in late January.

Clobaccos are already available in the U.S. for a few months now.

They cost about $14 for a 10-ounce bottle.

They come in a variety of flavors, like lemon, lime, and grapefruit.

But they also come in green, purple, and black.

You can also purchase a single-serving bottle for about $4.95.

That’s around the same price as a Cloraccos.

The Cloracid wipes were announced on the Clomid.com website.

The website says the wipes are “made with the most hygienic cleaning agents available” and that they’re made from water and chlorinated water, which will kill any bacteria and viruses that might be present.

Cloractic is a brand name that Cloras has trademarked, according to the New York Post.

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