Modern Hygienic Toilet Brush
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Hygiene just got
Got an aging (probably moldy) toilet brush sitting in your bathroom? Throw it out — and upgrade to our eco-friendly, innovative Modern Hygienic Toilet Brush. With bristles made from anti-bacterial thermoplastic rubber, our hygienic toilet brush makes toilet scrubbing one less worry (and it’s one less product you’ll need to replace). Zero transfer of bacteria and grime equals less gross and less work, right? It’s the next level of toilet scrubbing that’s environmentally-conscious yet high-performing.
Look, Ma —
no drips or mess
no drips or mess
Less mess, less stress, right? Our brush holder chamber features a suspended drain to allow water to drain and evaporate, eliminating moisture and mold build-up. No more funky smells or potential source of growing bacteria (at least from this item in the bathroom).
A smooth, extra-long handle ensures you reach far when it’s clean-up time for the toilet. Whether you like to reach from afar with your nose pinched or zero in with a face mask on, any cleaning style works with our easy-to-grip brush handle.
Bristles of power
Our thermoplastic rubber bristles are anti-bacterial, meaning no transfer of germs and crap (pun unintended) anywhere else as you scrub and sanitize. The rubber works well with strong cleaning agents, and its soft build means you won’t need to worry about scratching porcelain or ceramic toilet bowls.
Our brush in total measures 16” x 3.5” (410mm x 90mm), meaning it doesn’t take up a lot of space. No bulky square holders like with traditional, ordinary toilet brushes.
I purchased this silicone toilet brush as I have a Closomat toilet and any other type of brush can seriously damage the delicate instruments inside the bowl and also scratch the bowl. This toilet brush is soft to the touch but durable and makes light work of the deadly task of cleaning the toilet. The handle comes in two parts but there is no danger of it coming undone while in use as the two sections have an incredibly long thread fitting. The brush head also comes off and again this is unlikely to detach as the head has to be rotated 6-7 times before it unthreads completely. The holder is quite sturdy and has a special vent at the bottom to keep the brush well ventilated when stored and to allow excess water to escape – unlike the traditional brush, this brush doesn’t retain water or drip which makes it much more hygienic and there is hardly ever any excess water at the bottom of the holder. I would recommend this toilet brush as it makes cleaning the toilet easier and the handle is a decent length which makes it easier to reach when sitting from my wheelchair. The handle tapers in thickness and is the thickest at the end and this gradual change makes it easier to hold – I have manual dexterity problems and I have no problem holding this handle. It is more expensive than the traditional brushes but the quality is a thousand times better and as it makes the job easier it’s well worth the extra moolah.