Choosing The Right Clorox Toilet Bowl Cleaner

There are several different types of Clorox toilet bowl cleaners come in many different types to allow you to choose the one that is right for your individual cleaning needs.

Cleaning the toilet is usually one of the least favorite of all the bathroom cleaning chores, so using the right product is important to make the job easy and effective the first time.

To understand the features of the Clorox toilet bowl cleaner family the following can be used as a guideline:

Clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach - for that deep down clean Clorox toilet bowel cleaner with bleach provides both cleaning and disinfecting action. Simply flush the toilet and apply about six ounces of the product under the rim of the toilet. Using a toilet brush scrub the area above and below the water line and let stand for 10 minutes. This allows time for the bleach to disinfect the toilet and kill the bacteria. Flush to rinse.

Clorox toilet bowl cleaner with bleach and rain scent - provides all the benefits of the original Clorox cleaner without the harsh scent. Perfect for using to keep your bathroom smelling clean without chemical fumes or smells.

Clorox toilet bowl cleaner with Teflon - provides all the cleaning power of Clorox with the added non-stick benefits of Teflon. Use this product with correct ventilation, as it is a bit stronger smelling than the original Clorox.

Clorox dual action toilet bowl cleaner- two powerful cleaners are mixed upon use and act to clean and disinfect the toilet. Use the same as the original cleaner but be sure that both openings are directed under the rim.

With all Clorox products it is important to use some general safety measures when using the cleaners. Never mix Clorox cleaners with any other chemicals or cleaners including bleach. The mixture of various cleaners can cause the formation of potentially toxic gases that can be deadly. Avoid using any cleaners in closed or confined spaces, always use a circulating fan or open a window when applying cleaners.

Clorox also makes other toilet cleaners such as automatic cleaners that sit in the back of the toilet tank to continually clean the toilet between scrubbings, and Clorox toilet wand systems that combine both the cleaner and the scrubbing brush, all in one easy to use and disposable package. Try experimenting with the various Clorox toilet bowl cleaner products and determine which ones best meet your needs.

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