#CloroxCanada Casts a Spell on Bathroom Germs with the ToiletWand

As you know, in December I started my new job as custodian of our church, which means that I spend about 15 hours a week vacuuming, sweeping, mopping, disinfecting, and scrubbing toilets. I am, therefore, no stranger to rolling up my sleeves and getting dirty. 

However, while I don’t scrubbing the floors and cleaning the kitchens, tackling the bathroom has always been my least favourite job. I mean, if I was the only one using it, well, that’d be one thing. But I am so not ok with other peoples’ bathroom germs. When I’m at church, I’ve got my whole tackle box of cleaning tools – I even wear a doctor’s mask on my face – because wow, those toilets can get NASTY. These things all work together to keep me far away from those germy-germs.

Clorox Canada Toilet WandHowever, in our teeny tiny (and I do mean teensy) bathroom at home, I don’t have the space for my large assortment of cleaning supplies – and my rubber gloves are constantly disappearing on me.

The only thing you can't see in this photo is the end of the tub and the door. It's *small*.

The only thing you can’t see in this photo is the end of the tub and the door. It’s *small*.

You’d think, since there are only 4 of us using the bathroom, that it’d be less …nasty… than the bathrooms at church that serve 400 people, but, well, we’ve got toddlers and we’ve got people who stand up to pee – so unfortunately, it’s not that much better. 

Clorox ToiletWand - a germophobe's dream come true!

Last month, #CloroxCanada sent me a magic wand to cast a clean spell on my bathroom. Perfect for our tiny bathroom, the ToiletWand stores disposable disinfecting cleaning heads in the slim caddy that the wand rests on – eliminating the need to stock toilet bowl cleaner in my limited storage space. 

Clorox ToiletWand

Using it is simple – open the lid, stick the wand in and click a cleaning head on. Scrub the toilet clean, open the garbage can, and toss the disposable head into the garbage. The button at the top of the wand makes it possible to do the whole job while keeping your hands clean – and you don’t have to worry about your kids finding the toilet brush and painting the bathroom with it - ugh – what a germ infested nightmare! 

The Clorox ToiletWand is safe and effective on a variety of hard, non-porous surfaces, including chrome, enamel, glazed ceramics, and all toilets – inside and out – so you don’t have to worry about injuring any of your hardware or appliances.

If you visit us often, you’ll know that I’m not normally one for disposable things. However, cleaning the bathroom is where I draw the line. I use disinfectant wipes or cleaning spray with paper towels – so this product kinda meets me right where I’m at. I don’t fool around with bathroom germs. 

Disclaimer: Clorox Canada sent us a cleaning kit & giftcard in exchange for a review of the product. As always, what we write reflects what we think of the product, regardless of compensation! 

 

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Jenn vanOosten

I live in Hamilton, Ontario, and love my city. I'm a Netflixer, choral music geek, bookworm, inventor of recipes (I take Artistic Licence on EVERYTHING that I make), wife of one, mother of two, and owner of a neurotic Schnauzer. I respect people who respect others. I love good food that's well done, but my favourite lunch is KD & hotdogs. With ketchup. I'm addicted to Clearance Shopping. I will ALWAYS get the product that I want at the price that I want, eventually.

4 comments

  1. Oooh I love this!! I have a very similar bathroom and could use this little bit of magic!

  2. In the cleaner of the bathroom – anything that makes it easier would be magic!

  3. Its me , always me ! and yes I would take any help I could get ! anything that makes that job easier ..I have 2 bathrooms

  4. E (usually) does the cleaning IN the toilet, and I (usually) do all the cleaning OUTSIDE of the toilet :)

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