Lysol Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner is one of the most incredibly effective cleaners on the market today.
It is a product of Lysol, which is the brand to die for at this time.
First, it is terribly powerful. It has a thick formula that covers the entire container and is much harder on stains than most products in its price range.
In that sense, it is effective to destroy bath rings, lime stains and mineral residues in the toilet bowl.
You can be sure that this cleaner will never fail. It has a perfectly angled bottle that points to all the hard-to-reach extensions, even below the edge, to leave your bowl brightly clean.
And as if that were not enough, it kills up to 99.9% of bacteria and viruses, including rotavirus WA, Hepatitis A, Staph and Salmonella.
It is definitely the best and you could definitely call any bathroom home.
Church & Dwight Kaboom Toilet Cleaning System
This toilet flushing system is as efficient as it is powerful.
Church & Dwight Kaboom is my favorite because it cleans perfectly and does not require any washing.
The system consists of a small tank that is attached to the top of the toilet tank. It is then filled with tablets that dissolve slowly, releasing disinfectant into the container each time the toilet is flushed.
Unlike other products that release aggressive chemicals in the tank and corrode rubber gaskets, this product releases mild chemicals that do not cause corrosion. You will never have to replace the joints due to destruction as a result of the use of this product.
In addition, it has a reassuring chlorine smell (actually bromine) that keeps the toilet smelling of odorless.
Although you will have to do casual scrubs, it is nothing compared to scrubbing the container every day. Once every 6-8 weeks it keeps everything well and cleans a toilet.
While continuing to replenish disinfectant tablets, the product will work perfectly. The interval between the replenishment of the tablet depends on the rate of use. I usually fill mine once a month.
You can see that there is a need for replacement once the bromine odor is noticeably reduced.