Clorox Toilet Wand Review: Comparing Old & New Version Of Disinfecting Refill Heads
The Clorox toilet wand system is a basically a disposable toilet brush.
To use this product you must first get a starter kit which contains the wand and a certain number of cleaning heads, which are basically little scrubbing discs with toilet cleaner in them.
When you run out of cleaning heads you must buy refills. Each cleaning head is meant to be used only once.
To use it, you click a new toilet cleaning disc onto the wand, dip it in the toilet water to get it wet, and then scrub your toilet bowl. Then, you let it sit for 10 minutes which will disinfect your toilet bowl, and then you flush the toilet.
You CANNOT flush the cleaning head in the toilet, but must instead throw it away in the trash. Fortunately, the wand has a blue release button on it to drop the now dirty disposable disc in the trash, so you don't have to touch it.
If you are squicked out by touching and reusing a toilet brush over and over, this may be the type of product for you.
Of course, if you use it you'll have to frequently buy refills.
Ali Julia shared several pictures comparing the new and old versions of these refill discs, and surprise, surprise, the old version is better than the new version, at least in her opinion.
Here's the pictures comparing both versions:
She said of all three pictures: "The scrub pad on the left is the new (smaller less effective) pad, and the scrub pad on the right is the old model (bigger, better scrubbing material)."
Has anyone else used this product and want to share how it has worked for you? You can share your toilet brush review here
, or read others that have already been submitted.
A similar product that I've received a lot of reviews for is Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Max
if you're interested in checking out a couple of types of these disposable toilet brushes.Top photo in collage, left bottom and right bottom photos all courtesy of Amazon.com
Clorox Toilet Wand Refills Have Gotten Thinner!
by Beth A.
I used to love the Clorox Toilet Wand, but when the refills got thinner I liked them less.
My latest episode is that I bought the refill heads when I had a coupon on sale.
Now they split apart on me while cleaning in the toilet! I don't want them to go down the drain.
I am so disappointed and I say shame on Clorox. Don't buy them!
Thanks for your review Beth.
I'd love to hear from even more people who've used this product telling me what you think, good or bad. You can submit your review here
and I'll add it to the page.
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