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timmyobama 299 120 September 8, 2016 at 04:14 PM in Cleaning Supplies (7) More Amazon Deals
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Promoted 09-08-2016 by persian_mafia at 07:54 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 30-Count Clorox ToiletWand Disinfecting Refills on sale for $10.17 after 'clipped' 15% off coupon (clipped automatically through link when logged in to Amazon) and checkout via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free. Thanks timmyobama

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Edited September 8, 2016 at 08:41 PM by thestreetlight
Came across this while on Amazon. 30 Pack of Clorox Toilet Wand Refills with a 15% coupon. Price has been the same for a while but with S&S and coupon it's an even better deal.

https://www.amazon.com/Clorox-Toi...nd+refills
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Um, you are right. They are one time use only, but it's a refill pack, so people would already be aware of that, since they already have the want from a previous purchase. Not quite sure how 'heavy-duty' your bowel movements are, but they sure work for me.
I use these and they work fine. Not sure what others mean by "heavy duty" or "light duty". These are actually intended for one-time use and then should be disposed of. That's how I use them and have never had issues with the layers de-laminating or plugging the toilet.Confused
The toilet wand should choose you based on the task at hand.
Tergeo fecallus!

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Not meant for Heavy-Duty
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Not meant for Heavy-Duty
Um, you are right. They are one time use only, but it's a refill pack, so people would already be aware of that, since they already have the want from a previous purchase. Not quite sure how 'heavy-duty' your bowel movements are, but they sure work for me.
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Um, you are right. They are one time use only, but it's a refill pack, so people would already be aware of that, since they already have the want from a previous purchase. Not quite sure how 'heavy-duty' your bowel movements are, but they sure work for me.
this made me giggle like a little school kid Big Grin
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These are really horrible. The layers delaminate and can clog the toilet. Stay away. Flimsy construction, not even meant for light duty.
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The toilet wand should choose you based on the task at hand.
Tergeo fecallus!
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I use these and they work fine. Not sure what others mean by "heavy duty" or "light duty". These are actually intended for one-time use and then should be disposed of. That's how I use them and have never had issues with the layers de-laminating or plugging the toilet.Confused
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they offloading cause of the antibacterial recall. if u get a tumor from them its not a deal.
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they offloading cause of the antibacterial recall. if u get a tumor from them its not a deal.
How would you get tumor from these?
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Not sure how I'm going use these as most of the time I just dig a hole out back. Thank you, still.
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Perfect price for me. I really dislike keeping toilet brushes around and perfect for semi regular maintenance.
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These are really horrible. The layers delaminate and can clog the toilet. Stay away. Flimsy construction, not even meant for light duty.
Every one I've bought on Amazon because of a Slickdeal has disintegrated and I had to use tongs to fish it out. However, the ones from Target/WM/Sams have worked great. Got burnt multiple times and Clorox sent coupons to buy them at a retailer each time, but something is fishy about the whole thing.


Also, to get the proper disinfection, let the soapy water stay in the bowl for at least an hour. Once I followed that instruction the brown slime ring stayed away for much longer.
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$7 for 20 at target
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Fda is banning antibacterials by next year... Companies will be unloading everything
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