The toilet really does need a strong cleaner, but I didn't like using products with bleach and hydrochloric acid - not good for me, and not good for the environment.
I'd tried a few other "green" products for cleaning the toilet bowl, but hadn't been happy with the results. I was really pleased to find that Seventh Generation does a good job.
I use it about once a week, and I think it keeps the toilet as clean as the harsher chemical cleaners I used to buy.
The bottle has a typical angled design that makes it easy to squirt the cleaner up under the rim of the bowl.
The scent is "Emerald Cypress & Fir." I wish it were scent-free, or a had a more subtle scent, but I just am sure to clean the toilet bowl at a time when I won't be in the bathroom for an hour or so and the fragrance can dissipate a bit.
It's not a bad smell, and it certainly doesn't have the bad-for-you fumes of acid-based cleaners, but I'm sensitive to strong
smells and whenever possible choose products without fragrance. However, I'm not sure there is such a thing as a scent-free toilet bowl cleaner.
As with other Seventh Generation products, it makes me happy to use something that is easier on the environment. Most toilet bowl cleaners use hydrochloric acid as a demineralizer, but Seventh Generation uses a plant-derived agent that works well.
I live in an area with hard water and also have an unvented bathroom that is prone to mildew build-up, but Seventh Generation still gets the job done.
All in all, this is an earth-friendly product that does what it's supposed to do.
Thanks Amy for your Seventh Generation toilet cleaner review.
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