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October 13, 2020

Clorox Says Label Makes It Clear That Product Doesn’t Disinfect

Clorox says the woman complaining in court that its Splash-Less products aren’t strong enough never bothered reading their labels, according to a report in Legal Newsline. The suit filed in August in a California federal court, complaining that Splash-Less gel-like bleach doesn’t disinfect or protect against COVID-19.

In their response to the suit, Clorox pointed out that, “the Splash-Less label at issue, in contrast to the Regular-Bleach label, made no disinfection or sanitization claim— dooming plaintiff’s theory that Clorox affirmatively misrepresented the properties of the Splash-Less product.” 

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