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The Best Toilet Bowl Cleaner

Updated on October 24, 2012

Toilet Cleaner

Cleaning the toilet isn’t a task that many people like to do. It’s a messy job and you can splash and get toilet water all over the bathroom floor if you aren’t careful. Also, the toilet isn’t the most appealing spot in the house or office to spend extra time with, and so a lot of people avoid this necessary job. On the other hand, a clean toilet is a wonderful thing and when you are done cleaning the toilet you often feel much better. The bathroom smells clean and looks clean and you have the satisfaction of a job well done.

When it comes to cleaning the toilet you have quite a few choices in toilet cleaner. There are the types of brand name toiler cleaner that you can pick up cheaply and easily at the supermarket. Then there are the more heavy duty varieties of toilet cleaner that are great for the office or when your home toilet bowl is particularly dirty. Stains on the toilet bowl can be tricky to get off and sometimes the addition of a more industrial strength toilet cleaner is just what you need. But be careful when using these strong toilet cleaners because they can be quite harsh on your skin.

The most important place in the house to keep clean, you want to be sure to get the best toilet bowl cleaner there is.
The most important place in the house to keep clean, you want to be sure to get the best toilet bowl cleaner there is.

Toilet Cleaner Types

When you want to do regular cleaning of your toilet, most likely you will be purchasing one of the many household products that are available from your grocery store. If you take regular care of your toilet, this kind of toiler cleaner will usually do a very good job. They will take out the usual stains that occur in the toilet bowl and will do a good job of disinfecting the toilet. This will not only make the bathroom smell better, it will also make it a more healthy place for you and your family.

Toilet cleaner usually comes in one of several different forms, including liquid, gel, and dry powder. For instance, Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner comes in a liquid formation that is useful for getting under the rim of the toilet as well as the more visible parts of the bowl. The Lysol toilet cleaner that contains bleach can be especially effective when attempting to clean off stains from the toilet. Lysol also sells an automatic toiler cleaner that you hang on the inside of the toilet bowl and it cleans with every flush over the course of a few months.

Some of the more heavy duty varieties of toilet cleaner come in a gel formation. These thick formula toilet cleaners are applied to the toilet and then allowed to sit for a while before scrubbing and rinsing away. Scrubbing Bubbles makes a very popular and well known type of toilet cleaner gel that can be purchased at almost any drugstore or supermarket. This is also an automatic type of toilet cleaner that dissolves a small amount with each flush to keep the bowl fresh and clean over a long period of time.

There comes the time, however, when the normal varieties of toilet cleaner may not do the trick. Then it might be time to bring out the big guns. This can be true when there are rust or mineral stains on the toilet bowl or when you really need to disinfect and clean at a deep level. Toilets in the workplace can often use a extra bit of help to make sure that everything is as clean as it can be with a lot of people using the bathroom.

The strongest varieties of toilet bowl cleaner often contain some kind of acid, either hydrochloric acid or phosphoric acid. These kinds of cleaner are used for particularly dirty toilets or for toilets used by many people. The acids strip away rust and water stains, as well as built up dirt on the toilet bowl, and provide a deep disinfecting of any surface they are used on. Because these chemicals are so potent, they should be used with ventilation if at all possible and with gloves. Avoid splashing this type of toilet cleaner on your skin or in your eyes. A couple brands of toilet cleaner containing hydrochloric acid are Vanisol and Sno Bol.

Finally, for those concerned about the environment, there are types of natural toilet bowl cleaner that are green, reducing your impact on the natural world. Seventh Generation makes a whole line of green cleaning products, including their Toilet Bowl Cleaner. Their plant derived demineralizers and cleaning agents do the work of cleaning your toilet in a healthy and environmentally conscious manner.

The Best Toilet Bowl Cleaner

The best cleaner is all dependent on what you need and what your preferences are. For example, while some would say the Clorox Toilet Wand is the best disposable toilet cleaner they know, environmentally friendly citizens would find that to be a poor choice, and prefer Seventh Generation as a natural toilet bowl cleaner. Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner is an excellent gelling cleaner that makes for good coverage, however for those with tough stains that may have given up on the idea that their toilet will ever look clean again, Lime Away is a must. And those who hate to do too much cleaning may want to go with a maintenance toilet cleaner, like Scrubbing Bubbles.

So, as you can see, you do have many choices when it comes to a toilet cleaner. Whether you are green or need a really deep clean for your bathroom, there are toilet cleaner products that are right for your situation. A clean toilet is a happy toilet!

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