Toss Away Bathroom Cleaning Kit
If your house is like mine…The bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the house. Top this off with the fact that the plunger will NEVER be in the bathroom that needs it! Yep, it never fails.
You use the plunger and then where do you store it? I have little ones running around and the visual of them using it as a sword it just more than I care to think about if possible. So, now we store the plunger in the master bathroom. Not only do we keep it out of reach of the little ones, we recently received a nifty unit that helps to keep the bathroom fresh smelling and keeps the dirty plunger off the floor.
The Toss Away system frees you from ever cleaning up after a filthy toilet plunger again. Switch to the Toss Away system and stop trapping the germs and odors present in ordinary plunger docking stations. Toss Away gets rid of those unsightly plunger rings on the bathroom floor and eliminates embarrassing odor. Simply place the disposable, use-activated deodorizing pad in the blue Toss Away tray. When you set a wet plunger on top of the pad, the moisture activates a pleasant scent. The Toss Away deodorizing pad is good for approximately 4 – 6 weeks, depending on how frequently you use your toilet plunger. Toss Away has a no-touch removal tab that makes replacing the pad easy and sanitary. Just pick up the fingertip-friendly blue tray and turn it upside down over the trash can for dispose of the pad. Toss Away makes a dirty job cleaner. Made in the USA.
What I like about this product is that you don’t have to touch the business end of the plunger. It isn’t sitting on the floor leaving marks, or on a towel that later has to be washed. Once the unit gets dirty, you simply just dump the dish liner in the trash and open a new one. The scent is fresh and lasts for several weeks.
You can purchase the Toss Away on their website or on Amazon. You can also purchase Refill Packs to keep on hand. Connect with Toss Away on Facebook in order to see their current promotions.
Would you like to win one of these? Leave a comment below with your best tip for keeping the bathroom clean! Winner will be selected by Random.org. Please include your email address so we can reach you if you are the winner. We are giving away two sets with refills. Winner will be selected on April 25th.
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I use Lysol wipes on everything. I can’t stand a dirty bathroom!
This is really neat! I hate that the plunger touches the floor. Thank you for sharing this review with us.
Ron Casreel says
my tip for keeping the bathroom clean is to wipe down the outside of the toilet with the disposable cleaning wipes this prevents nasty sponges lying around and makes the cleaning easier wipe down the outside and toss it in the trash simple
As a father of four girls, keeping the bathroom clean helps maintain a happy home. My girls however have this problem called “using to much toilet paper” and yes, the toilets clog. My tip, mandate a “multiple flush policy” to avoid the unexpected and often frustrating overflowing of the bowl.
My tip for keeping at least the toilet clean is to tell my husband that he is responsible for keeping it clean, for obvious reasons, and miraculously it stays clean. Huh? Make sure that you stay on top of the mess by cleaning once a week and it really never becomes that bad.
Natasha @ Houseful Of Nicholes says
My best tip for keeping the bathroom clean is cleaning it for 15 minutes daily – or having my oldest do it. With three men in the house, you know we need it! Our new home will have two bathrooms, and hopefully it will apply there as well.
Samantha McFadden says
My tip for keeping the bathroom clean is spend at least 3 to 7 minutes of your time a day cleaning it as part of your time praising God as you clean. He does not mind!