Toilet Brushes

by Karen Bates
(last updated November 16, 2015)

Although most of us do not enjoy cleaning the bathroom, it is still a chore that must be done regularly to be most effective. If left too long without cleaning, a bathroom can become disgusting and difficult to get tidy again. Because of this, it is important to complete cleaning tasks in the bathroom often to help prevent a big mess.

When cleaning your bathroom, you will want to have certain tools on hand to assist you in the various cleaning tasks. Although good old elbow grease can allow you to accomplish just about any chore, keeping the right cleaning tools handy will make things go a lot faster and with less work on your part.

Many of us agree that cleaning the toilet is one of the worst household chores, and because of this we may have the tendency to avoid this job at all costs. But when left too long, the toilet bowl will become worse and worse. The solution to this is, of course, to stay on top of cleanings. Having the right toilet bowl brush will make this a lot easier.

Toilet brushes may seem straightforward, but in truth there are different kinds that you can choose from. You may find that one type of brush works better for you than another due to its design. Because of this, you should consider your needs for toilet cleaning when looking to buy a toilet bowl brush. Choosing one brush over another can help make scrubbing the toilet more efficient for you.

The simplest style of toilet brush is just a straight stick, usually made of plastic, with bristles on the end. Although this kind of brush can work just fine, it might not be as easy in some situations to get under the rim of the toilet bowl. If this is a problem, you should look for an angled toilet brush instead. The brush itself may be shaped differently, such as bent into a u-shape for easier cleaning. Some brushes also have disposable heads that can be thrown away and replaced after use. This reduces germ issues you may be worried about. Also, remember to take into account the brush holder. Select one that will give the brush some ventilation to dry out wet bristles.

Make it easier on yourself when it comes to dealing with cleaning the toilet and be sure to choose the right toilet brush.

Author Bio

Karen Bates

An English student who enjoys writing and art, Karen has had her poetry published in her university's literary journal and has several novels in the works. ...

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