New Scrub-less Toilet Cleaner Makes Removing Tough Stains Nearly Effortless
Written by: Samantha Georgeson, Senior Editor | Saturday, January 28, 2023
A loud bang came on the bathroom door.
“Dear, what are y’all doing in there dear?” came my mother-in-law’s voice from the other side.
I was trying to relax, sitting on the toilet with my pants around my ankles, but now I wanted to scream.
Living with my mother-in-law, my two sons, my daughter, and my husband was turning out to be a nightmare.
My mother-in-law needs to use the toilet as much as 3 people combined, so it is like living with 9 people and one toilet. My husband insisted we take care of his mother now that she is getting older, and frailer, and more forgetful, but this was getting ridiculous.
The toilet was constantly dirty too, and I hardly even had time to clean it.
Everytime I thought I would have a moment to clean the toilet or use it, a knock would come at the door and my mother-in-law’s voice would be asking, “What y’all doing in there dear?” Not astrophysics is for sure.
Worse, cleaning the toilet after her really grossed me out… the little brown flecks…ugh.
Cleaning up after myself or my kids or even my husband is one thing – but cleaning up after my mother-in-law is another completely. I’ve never seen her naked, but I know all too well what comes out of her…she doesn’t even always remember to flush anymore, and let me tell ya, the stain that leaves behind is enough to make eyes bleed!
After an exhausting day at work and coming home to find a particularly nasty mess in the toilet when my mother-in-law ‘forgot’ to flush the toilet, I decided enough was enough.
I needed to find a better way to clean a toilet than getting up and personal with the porcelain.
Welp, I must have tried every toilet cleaning trick in the book to avoid scrubbing at those doody-stains.
Apple cider vinegar, bleach, baking soda, every item you can find in the cleaning section of Walmart, I tried them all.
Then, I got lucky.
I went to a museum, and in the museum’s bathroom, there happened to be a maid cleaning.
But the weird thing was, she only visited each stall for a few seconds before moving on to the next stall.
Then, she’d go back to the original stall and flush.
“That seems like a super-fast way to clean toilets,” I commented, “What’s the method?”
She smiled at me and said, “I use Splash Toilet Cleaner. Just pour it in the toilet and wait a few minutes while it foams up removing any scum with surfactant technology, then flush. I never have to even touch a toilet seat!
“I’m pretty sure I read somewhere that they even use Splash to clean toilets in space.”
I had to smile at that – it sounded unbelievable.
Raising my eyebrows, I said, “I’ve tried using foaming toilet cleaners before, and none of them have worked even when I left them in the toilet way longer than the instructions recommend, how come I’ve never heard of this if it’s so good?”
The maid smiled right back at me, “I’ve tried a million different toilet cleaning methods too, but this one actually works like they say it does! I use it at home on my showers and sinks too. You can even clean grout with it, if you leave it sitting a little longer.
“Splash is new on the market and they are only selling it online right now, so it’s no wonder you haven’t heard of them. But they’re already getting hundreds of great reviews.”
I thanked her and resolved to look up Splash as soon as I got home.
Here’s what I found:
What is Splash Toilet Cleaner?
It’s a scrub-free cleanser, the second it touches water, it instantly expands in the bowl. Foam immediately covers the bowl, destroying stains and limescale build up.
Not only does it clean the bowl of the toilet, it also actively cleans into the drain!
It’s also not just for toilets! Because it reacts in any water, it can be used in bathroom skins, kitchen sinks, washing machines, all kinds of tile floorings and other hard to reach areas!
So, how does it work?
The powerful chemicals that are in Splash Toilet Cleaner react to water making a very strong foam. The foam expands to completely cover the toilet bowl.
The foam works to break down the dirt and stains. After about 30 minutes the foam has bonded with the dirt chemically and once rinsed away, it leaves a clean bowl.
The secret? It’s in it’s NanoTech formula, the formula is so strong that the chemicals in the foam start to form bonds with the stains.
Quickly deodorizing and dissolving build up from:
- Limescale deposits
- Calcium reservoirs
- Rust build up
- Hard water scaling
The great news is it’s 100% safe to touch and doesn’t irritate the skin.
But, you might be thinking, is it really worth the hype?
Well, so far, Splash Toilet Cleaner has sold over 10 million units! These orders have been directly to consumers, even without taking the easy route of selling in stores!
Splash Toilet Cleaner has actually been SELLING OUT every time there is a new stock available!
It’s become, THAT, popular.
It’s all from word of mouth. Because people just like you or me, are loving it so much that the reviews alone, are letting people know about it!
Splash Toilet Cleaner has actually started to develop a sort of cult following. With over 14,000 of it’s verified customers reviewing with 5-Stars, look what they’re saying:
Seriously, I’ll never be without this
“One of a fears in life of mine is using a dirty toilet. With 3 teenagers at home, I have unfortunately been exposed to dirty toilets more than I would like to be. But with Splash Toilet Cleaner, life is so much easier! I just simply drop some in, and watch the foam do all the work, just rinse it down after and you’re DONE!”
Does the job… literally.
“Cleaning houses for a living has put me in proximity with too many disgusting toilets! When I heard about this product, I didn’t think twice about buying it and giving it a try. I mean I was totally skeptical at first, but now I’ll never go back to scrubbing… This has saved me so much time, and my clients are always so impressed!”
One of my best purchases this year
“AMAZING! Just do yourself the favor… get Splash Toilet Cleaner now. I mean, unless you enjoy scrubbing toilets?!”
The reviews, just like she said, were extremely impressive. But I was still pretty skeptical that this random product would work after I had already tried so many.
But the price was really good (especially considering the fact it can be used to clean pretty much anything) and they had a money-back guarantee, so I figured at the end of the day, I had nothing to lose and everything to gain.
It arrived sooner than I expected and the first thing I did was smear some peanut butter around the bowl of the toilet to check to see if it would really work.
I figured if it could remove peanut butter, it could remove the grossest doo-doo from the toilets after my mother-in-law.
Holding my breath, I poured in the small spoonful of the powdery Splash that was recommended on the box.
Then I watched absolutely entranced as the small amount of powder foamed up to fill my toilet with blue foam. It looked better than a bubble bath!
It was very satisfying to watch.
A few minutes later, I flushed the toilet. To be honest, I was worried that after flushing, that the foam would fly up and go everywhere, but that didn’t happen.
The blue foam slid down the drain easily. But here was the moment of truth: would the peanut butter slide down with it?
No more peanut butter! And better than that, even the lime stain I had given up on ever being able to remove disappeared with it.
Now would it work on real poop?
Splash worked just as well as when a human pooped in the toilet or I put peanut butter in the toilet.
With Splash, toilets practically clean themselves.
Just pour, wait 30 seconds (up to 15 minutes for especially tough stains), and flush.
It’s that easy.
Splash really saved my gag reflex and my relationship with my mother-in-law who I was really starting to hate unfairly, and I am eternally grateful to them because of it.
That’s why I am sharing my story – in case there are other people out there who hate cleaning toilets as much as I do. Everyone should know there is a better, easier answer out there.
How much does it cost?
Splash Toilet Cleaner costs $19.95 for a box. If you only use it once every 2 weeks, it will last a whole year.
Is it worth it?
If you’re like me (and most Americans) then ABSOLUTELY yes.
Not only does this save you time and money, but there is no more cleaning or scrubbing involved!
Considering that you would probably pay the same price (probably more) on traditional toilet cleaners, this is really a no brainer!
As of, Saturday, January 28, 2023 Splash Toilet Cleaner is offering a special of 50% discount for new readers. Because Splash Toilet Cleaner is in such high demand, selling over 1.5 units, hurrying to place your order is recommended. (*Expert Hint* Splash Toilet Cleaner makes a great gift for family and friends!)