Advantages of Toilet Brush

  • Disposable Brush Head

    Automatic opening and closing

  • Melt in water

    Extended handle

  • With cleaning agent

    Throw away

  • Clean corners & grooves

    Efficient decontamination

  • Remove odor

    Deep into the gap

  • Clean and hygienic

    Worry-free storage

How often should you change your toilet brush?

There are two main reasons for changing toilet brushes: bacteria and wear. Toilet brushes should be placed in a relatively closed place to avoid contact with people, most people's brushes may be covered with hidden bacteria, the replacement interval is too long. Many experts recommend changing toilet brushes "every few months" or "when you see the bristles bend". On the other hand, spraying and brushing with disinfectant or bleach can prolong the life of the brush. When you wear out and flatten the bristles of the brush, you may eventually start scraping the handle itself onto the porcelain, causing scratches and causing the bacteria to have a new hideout.

Are toilet brushes unhygienic?

This may surprise you, but you should at least clean the toilet brush as often as you clean the toilet. In addition, you need to change the plastic toilet brush at least every six months. Wooden toilet brushes may have a longer life, but like any cleaning material, it is essential to replace them regularly. Here are some tips of cleaning toilet brush holder.

Materials: hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, disinfectant, ultra-fine fiber cloth, toothbrush in spray bottle. 

Clean the toilet brush holder easily. First check if there is any stagnant water at the bottom of the holder, and then pour it out. Mix baking soda with a little water to make a paste. Rinse toilet brush storage with hot water. Spray the bracket with hydrogen peroxide or other disinfectant. After standing for at least 10 minutes, rinse again. Clean the exposed part with a baking soda mixture and finally rinse it with water. Wipe it with a cloth and let it dry completely.

Tips for toilet brush storage 

Usually, the toilet brush is stored in the attached toilet brush holder, or it can be made by yourself with a container. 

How to clean the toilet brush holder. Although the toilet brush holder is not involved in the actual cleaning of the toilet, bacteria may be transferred to the toilet seat after use, which can easily breed bacteria and spread with the air. the longer they are stored, the more bacteria will grow. 

When storing the toilet brush, it is important to remember that it is important to put the toilet brush in the container only after it has been completely dry. Putting a wet toilet brush in a container allows these bacteria to grow and multiply in the container. Moist areas are also conducive to mold growth. 

It is worth noting that most families worry that toilet paper will clog the toilet, so they will set up wastebaskets on the edge of the toilet brush, put used garbage, and so on. But this may lead to the breeding of a lot of bacteria, so try not to set up a wastebasket next to the toilet. If you must use it, you should also choose one with a lid to prevent the spread of bacteria.

FAQ about Toilet Brush

FAQ about Toilet Brush

  • How often do I need to replace the heads?

    The brush rod and container can be stored until they are worn out

    The toilet brush head is disposable

    Discard after use, clean and hygienic

  • Is the product suitable for my toilet?

    Our product is suitable for all toilets. The toilet brush is soft when exposed to water. It can go deep into the grooves of every corner for cleaning and comes with a cleaning agent. It is very convenient to use.

  • What should I do if my head falls into the toilet?

    The brush lever button adopts a mechanical clamping device, and the brush head is installed so that it will not fall during use. If you accidentally drop it, please pick up the brush head and throw it into the trash can.