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This may be as divisive as toilet brushes but do you have a rim block or something in your loo?

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Iwasthefourthwiseman Tue 30-Nov-10 15:39:50

Do you have a rim block or anything in your loo to keep it clean? Or do you not bother for eco/laziness reasons?

traceybath Tue 30-Nov-10 15:40:55

I don't because well umm they're a little bit umm common aren't they? [runs away quickly for using the 'c' word]

tibni Tue 30-Nov-10 15:49:24

None here. My ds with ASD doesn't like anything in the bowl so flushes them away if I try to use them. When we had the bathroom and cloakroom replaced the new toilets have cisterns that don't just lift off so a drop in block is not an option either.

RockinRobinBird Tue 30-Nov-10 15:54:16

I use those little gel discs that go in the toilet. V effective.

orangina Tue 30-Nov-10 16:02:58

Ew no. Yuck.

nannynobblystockingnobs Tue 30-Nov-10 16:04:36

No because DD2 saw one at a friend's house and promptly put her hand down to see what it was!

c0rns1lk Tue 30-Nov-10 16:06:37


Iwasthefourthwiseman Tue 30-Nov-10 16:07:12

So if you don't what do you do about cleaning it?

c0rns1lk Tue 30-Nov-10 16:18:16

kim and aggie said to use a wad of toilet paper and bleach to clean it so I do that

Seona1973 Tue 30-Nov-10 17:56:32

I have both a toilet brush and a rim block

nannyl Tue 30-Nov-10 18:15:45

No way

i dont wanna stick all those manky chemicals into our water system

onessa Tue 30-Nov-10 18:36:34

Bleach every night once everone has had their last visit!

melezka Tue 30-Nov-10 18:41:03

No. 6 litres of drinking water not enough for you, you have to put chemicals in it as well?

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