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How do you clean a toilet brush?

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LetsKateWin Fri 18-Jan-13 21:03:10

Please don't clean it in the kitchen sink as a flatmate of mine once did.

thekidsrule Fri 18-Jan-13 20:56:13

the toilet duck disposable ones here

they are fantastic

work out more expensive but worth it

cringe when i see loo brushes now

Fairylea Fri 18-Jan-13 17:46:40

I just replace it regularly. Tesco value ones are so cheap !

KatyTheCleaningLady Fri 18-Jan-13 17:45:07

If it's caked with loo roll, then I toss it and buy a new one. I get the really cheap ones from Asda (about 50p) and put them in the holder I have.

fussychica Fri 18-Jan-13 17:16:21

What Iseesmall said plus I buy a new one in Asda for 55p - yes really - every couple of months.
My friend wouldn't give one house room, cleaning the loo by hand (gloved of coursegrin) - life is just toooooo short.

starfishmummy Fri 18-Jan-13 17:14:36

Whenever I go to ikea I get several of their 99p loo brushes with black bristles. I give it adaily clean with the loo cleaner but if dh someone uses it in between times and doesn't rinse properly it doesn't look so manky!!
And I chuck them out often!

ProphetOfDoom Fri 18-Jan-13 17:13:57

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dikkertjedap Fri 18-Jan-13 17:08:44

You don't have to buy them on the internet btw, Tesco and other big supermarkets sell them as well (possibly different brand).

dikkertjedap Fri 18-Jan-13 17:07:50

I think that this is the answer. Much more hygienic.

Putting a toilet brush in a dishwasher - honestly, I cannot believe that anyone would seriously consider this ...

WowOoo Fri 18-Jan-13 16:58:45

I spray it with stuff before I put it back in it's holder.
They are minging things, but I rather them to wipes.

AdoraBell Fri 18-Jan-13 16:22:59

Bleach or disinfectant in the pot, hold it in the flow as loo flushes but with the lid down, replace it if it has erm, something, on it.

I left that thread before the dishwasher thing came up, I feel quite queasy now.

Personally I replace them very frequently, shhh! don't tell my OH, and don't use bleach at all.

discorabbit Fri 18-Jan-13 09:37:24

i don't think i do really, just replace if it gets really mank

ThingummyBob Fri 18-Jan-13 09:27:54

Buy, not but!

ThingummyBob Fri 18-Jan-13 09:27:10

Soak in toilet bowl with a good amount of bleach here. Replace fairly often, maybe twice a year. Oh yes and but ones where the holder has a cover and try not to live with a nine year old boy if possible grin

GrimmaTheNome Fri 18-Jan-13 09:24:07

Yes, clean it with in-loo soak/flushes.

Now here's a more difficult one - how do you clean the loo brush if you're using a chemical toilet eg on a canal boat.

DeepRedBetty Fri 18-Jan-13 09:16:30

Hard water round here so it gets used to scrub anti limescale cleaner most days and I hold it in the flush to rinse it.

When it looks nasty I replace it, market stall does them around a pound a pop.

ISeeSmallPeople Fri 18-Jan-13 09:13:44

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HilaryClinton Fri 18-Jan-13 09:11:37

Sounds like a joke I know.
Saw on a recent aibu that putting it in the dishwasher is unacceptable so what to do?


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