The blurb says:
"Do you hate cleaning the toilet? It can be the most disgusting task in the house. Might not be the most difficult task, but it is never ending. Wouldn’t it be nice to remove yourself from toilet-cleaning duty?
Introducing Scrubbing Bubbles® One Step toilet bowl cleaner—the toilet system that works hard to keep your toilet clean and smelling fresh so you don’t have to!
Start with a clean bowl and it will easily keep it clean with just a couple of sprays a day. The powerful cleaner tackles tough stains like toilet rings, hard water marks and lime scale – and helps keep them away.
Simply clip the nozzle over the rim inside the bowl—it securely fits all types of toilet bowls. Then effortlessly spray the bowl with the tap of the foot pedal and walk away! The 360 degree spray will cover the complete bowl, even under the rim."
Well I will say it was easy enough to clip onto the toilet, and it smells okay, but you do have to still clean the toilet seat, the part of the toilet that the seat sits on and outside of the toilet bowl, so it doesn't actually do away with all of the cleaning of the toilet.
I guess though for people who hate cleaning the toilet, it sort of helps with the cleaning? I will let you know if I like it. Do you mind cleaning your toilet?
Have you heard of that expression: "An elephant never forgets." Well I must be an elephant. Let me explain.......
Back in the early 90's I got some of Richard Simmon's exercise tapes, "Sweatin' To The Oldies." I loved them and I used to do them all the time. Fast forward to this year and dd mentioned she had seen a dvd set of Richard Simmons "Sweatin' To The Oldies."
The kids bought it for me for Mother's Day. I decided to "do" the #1 dvd, and do you know what I knew all the moves, it all came back to me. Which is actually funny as if you were to ask me what I did on Thursday I would have no idea!!!!
By the way it took me nearly as long to try and figure out how to turn on the dvd player. Do you know we have three remote controls for the tv and dvd player? No wonder it is so bloody complicated.
I enjoyed the dvd and was sweating like a pig doing it with Molly looking on.