I used to watch her on the DIY channel. She used to use a toilet brush that had soft looking bristles. Anybody know where to find one?
What is your favorite toilet brush?
My fav toilet brush is one of those nylon mesh, puffs on a stick that they sell in the cosmetics department. Its found with the other spa items and you can even get them at the dollar stores cheap.
I worked housekeeping in our hospital for a couple years. The Johnny Mop was excellent. We had one for sinks, one for toilets. They are like a big fluffy ball of polyester stuff on a handle.(Reminds me of the big drumsticks in the marching bands!) These clean exceptionally well, rinse clean and never rust or fall apart. I have used the 3 I have for nearly 15 years. I have also found that the one used for sink works for cleaning coffee carafe. A small squirt of liquid dishwasher gel and a wet J-mop cleans the inside and outside in a jiffy. Sparkling clean with no spots or residue build up! Couldn't live with out my
J-mops. Thinking I must get a couple for the future, before they change equipment. I think I paid $1 from the Materials Management dept.
Linda Cobb, the queen of clean, called it the "palace potty pouf." You can get it at her website. I bought mine from a mail order catalog, but I can't remember which one. I really like them.
Here is a link that might be useful: potty pouf from the queen of clean
Never thought about using one, but they do have nice long handles on some! Thanks.
I couldn't find the sink type online anywhere, just the toilet Johnny's.
Thanks for the link, when I went to the old DIY site, these weren't listed!