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The Spray Away Toilet Brush looks like a typical toilet brush, but it has a patent pending built-in pump sprayer and jet stream nozzle located at the end of the brush head. This is designed to be used so that there is no need to scrub the brush head in the gunk left on the sides of the toilet bowl.
It comes with a white caddy to easily store your toilet brush between uses.
The cost of Spray Away Toilet Brush is $24.95 plus $9.99 shipping, for a total price of $34.94.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: ordersprayaway.com
Spray Away Toilet Brush is different from the competition because it is equipped with a patent-pending built-in pump sprayer and jet spray nozzle. Unlike other toilet brushes, this one is meant to remove the messy residue without the need of scrubbing.
This toilet brush was not designed with an attractive caddy that can blend in with your bathroom decor. The white caddy looks like other cheap toilet brushes available in your local box stores. It is also a big design flaw that you're able to actually view the brush bristles within the caddy. If this brush becomes dirty at all (which it will eventually), it will be an eyesore to look at.
The Spray Away Toilet Brush is not designed for practical living. It will not be useful in a house with children who are not going to be spraying the toilet after each time they go to the washroom. There are also certain situations where the spray won't be strong enough to remove the leftover gunk from the bowl.
When viewing the official website the pictures and video show that users must hold the handle of the toilet brush very close to the head of the brush. For many people, this will be too close to the dirty part of the brush, to be comfortable to use.
The handle should have been made slightly longer so that your hand is not near the brush head or it should have been designed differently.
The Spray Away Toilet Brush is only available in the color white and cannot be customized to match your specific bathroom decor.
The information and videos on the official website are misleading. All of the toilets that are being cleaned with the Spray Away Toilet Brush are already in clean condition. The videos don't show any dirt or leftover residue in the toilet; the toilets actually appear to be brand new.
The official infomercial is showing the toilet brush spraying off toilet bowl cleaner while claiming that it is capable of removing stuck on residue.
While you are using the spray function in the toilet, you can easily inadvertently send toilet bowl water splashing outside of the toilet. This is a big health and safety concern and should be considered before purchasing this item.
Toilet bowls and the water within them can contain numerous amounts of bacteria that should not come in contact with other surfaces.
The spray nozzle on the Spray Away Toilet Brush works with a similar action to water guns, so it's possible that children will think it is fun to play with it.
This could have been avoided by hiding the device within a more concealing caddy.
The tip of the nozzle is located at the end of the brush under the bristles. After use it is possible that the tip of the nozzle could become clogged with leftover residue. It would be very messy and gross to try to unclog the hole from that area of the brush.
This toilet brush is designed with a patent-pending built-in pump sprayer and jet spray nozzle. The sprayer is meant to remove all the residue from within your toilet bowl without scrubbing your brush head into it.
Included with your Spray Away Toilet Brush is a white caddy to store it between uses.
Flush your toilet before starting so that you're cleaning your toilet with fresh, clean water.
Before using your Spray Away Toilet Brush it is important to add toilet bowl cleaner and bleach (if desired) to your toilet water. Make sure to read the labels on the cleaners before using them together.
Allow the cleaner to sit for a few minutes to penetrate the stuck on gunk.
Using your Spray Away Toilet Brush, pull the handle to suck up the water from within the toilet bowl. When the water chamber is full, spray the water on the stuck on residue from the sides of the bowl and under water.
This should loosen and hopefully remove all of the gunk. Repeat if necessary.
After your sprayer has removed the stuck on gunk, use the brush head to finish the process and remove any leftover residue.
When you're done cleaning the toilet, flush the water one last time to clean out your toilet brush's head. Give it a slight shake to remove excess water and place it back into the caddy.
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