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Brush holder receptacle

Posted by Babka (My Page) on
Mon, May 27, 13 at 23:16

"Enduring " came up with a much nicer. smaller, toilet brush than the generic ones you can purchase. I found something similar at my local hardware store for washing dishes. Then I needed a place to put it, as I don't want to clutter up my small bathroom with a "brush holder". I found this 6" latte cup at Bed Bath and Beyond. I just plop the brush in the cup after i use it, then tuck it under the sink. ;-)

-Babka

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-Babka


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Oh I like it! It looks perfect in your room. How is the brush working for you?


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Thats perfect and it can be cleaned easily.


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Thats perfect and it can be cleaned easily.


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Enduring- I'm very pleased with my little, tuck-away-able brush. Thank YOU for that idea! The cup is tall enough and heavy enough to keep the brush from tipping it over, as a plastic one may have...and easy to clean as a porcelain toilet. The handle on the cup makes it easy to grab from under the sink. A good thing all the way around.

-Babka


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That is pretty perfect. I imagine the cup handle makes it easy to grab and pull out too. Smart.


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