Cleaning
Reduces Harmful Chemicals

Customer Special 1

$58.50$49.50
Item# : CU1JAN
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  • Ingredients
    • Water/Aqua
    • Alcohols, C9-11, Ethoxylated (Surfactant/Cleaning Agent)
    • Urea, Monohydrochloride (Anti-Scaling Agent/Acid Cleaner)
    • Sodium Dodecylbenzene Sulfonate (Surfactant/Cleaning Agent)
    • Citric Acid (Acid Cleaner/Natural Preservative)
    • Blue Dye (Liquitint) (Colourant)
    • Glutamic Acid, N, N-Diacetic Acid Tetrasodium Salt (Chelating Agent)
  • Problem & Solution

    Problem:
    Nylon toilet brushes can accumulate bacteria, which can potentially spread to other items in the bathroom. Bristle tips will also begin to fray and soften, which takes away the ability to effectively sanitise the bowl and remove bacteria. Metal brushes can rust and scratch, and can be difficult to clean well under the rim.

    Solution:
    The Norwex Ergonomic Toilet Brush rinses completely clean with only water. The rubber bristles will not scratch or rust over time, which means a cleaner, longer-lasting brush. And the special rim extension is designed to clean the hard-to-reach area under the rim, quickly and easily.

    Bathroom Cleaner is a thick, concentrated solution that safely cleans bathroom bowls and sinks without corrosive fumes or dangerous muriatic acid that eats away chrome and metal fittings. Its special formulation allows for deep penetration into surfaces, eliminating odour-causing bacteria and germs as well as dissolving rust stains, hard water scales and soap scum.

  • How To Use
    • Toilets: Squirt a light stream over the inside bowl area, spreading around the bowl and under the rim with the Ergonomic Toilet Brush. Allow to work 3 to 5 minutes then flush clean. Wipe bowl exterior and seat with a Norwex cloth.
    •  Baths, sinks, shower stalls: Pre-wet surface. Apply a light stream on surface and immediately spread with a Norwex cloth. Rinse thoroughly.
    • On porcelain surfaces: Dilute 30ml of Bathroom Cleaner with 1 cup of water before using and rinse immediately.
    • Not for use on natural stone surfaces.

      Do not use on polished marble, aluminium, galvanized zinc, tin or magnesium surfaces. If contact occurs, rinse immediately.

  • Features & Benefits

    ERGONOMIC TOILET BRUSH AND HOLDER:

    • Contains an antibacterial agent to help suppress the growth of bacteria and mould to protect the brush
    • Made of TPR—ThermoPlastic Rubber is more durable and flexible, and it won’t wear out as quickly over time as standard nylon materials
    • Rubber bristles are spaced far enough apart to allow for quick rinsing and drying, yet close enough together to clean thoroughly
    • Ventilation space between stored brush and the holder helps prevent accumulation of mould and mildew
    • Contoured grip handle is designed to help your reach
    • Special extension is designed to make cleaning under the rim quick and easy
    • Angled design makes cleaning easier
    • Won’t rust or scratch porcelain.

    BATHROOM CLEANER:

    • Quickly brings porcelain, tubs, tile and floors to a sparkling shine, with minimal effort
    • Effectively removes dirt and stains without harmful chemicals, leaving surfaces clean and residue-free
    • Clings to vertical surfaces to penetrate deeply for a fast, effortless clean.
    •  Removes hard water deposits, rust, soap scum, urine salts and more
    • One product does it all, saving you money and valuable under-the-counter storage space!
    • Contains biodegradable ingredients
    • Organic salts and citric acid replace strong corrosive acids
    • Phosphate-free
    • Cleans and descales efficiently
    • No APEs (alkyl phenol ethoxylates)
    • Will not harm plumbing systems
    • Fragrance-free
    • Container is recyclable, HDPE #2.
  • Did You Know?
    • In 1596, a flush toilet was invented and built for Queen Elizabeth I by her godson, Sir John Harrington.
    • The first patent for the flushing toilet was issued to Alexander Cummings in 1775.
    • During the 1800s, people realised that poor sanitary conditions caused diseases. Having toilets and sewer systems that could control human waste became a priority to lawmakers, medical experts, inventors and the general public.
    • Flush your toilet daily, whether it is being used or not. Allowing the water to sit in the bowl can cause mildew and hard-water stains.
    • “Scale” or limescale, also known as calcium carbonate, is the milky white substance that can collect around taps and drains. It results from mineral deposits left by hard water, and it’s difficult to remove without using abrasives, which could damage the finish of the surface. The natural organic salts and citric acid in Bathroom Cleaner make it just right for the job!