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Clorox. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1953) Clorox Bleach. Makes linens more than white... it makes them sanitary, too! You don't know how bright, fresh and sanitary your drainboard, sink and kitchen floor can be until they're Clorox-clean. (1950) Clorox Liquid Bleach. How to conserve costly linens 2 Ways every time you launder! Gentler Bleaching Action. Greater Disinfecting Efficiency... added health protection! America's favorite bleach and household disinfectant. (1976) Clorox Clean. No toilet bowl cleaner kills germs and odors more effectively. (1951) Clorox Gentle Bleaching Action. America's favorite bleach and household disinfectant. You'll find many ways to protect your family's health on the Clorox label! (1945) Clorox Removes Stains. A health precaution in laundering and in kitchen and bathroom cleansing. Simply follow directions on label. Free from Caustic. The product and the company date back to May 3, 1913. The original Clorox packaging featured a diamond-shaped logo, and the diamond shape has persisted in one form or another in Clorox branding to the present. In 1928, the company went public on the San Francisco stock exchange and changed its name to the Clorox Chemical Company. "Butch," an animated Clorox liquid bleach bottle, was used in advertising and became well-known, even surviving the 1941 transition from rubber-stoppered bottles to ones with screw-off caps. Enjoy these vintage ads for Clorox while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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