Jaime on the Clorox ToiletWand

I have a little boy, which essentially means I need to clean the toilet about thirty-five times more frequently than people who don’t have a little boy.


Since I have bigger dreams than cleaning toilets five times a day, I wouldn’t mind if my son pitched in little.

Since putting an eight-year-old in charge of cleaning a toilet could turn into a germaphobic nightmare, I like to give him as much help as I can. I keep my bathroom stocked with Clorox Disinfecting Wipes, and then I just bought the Clorox ToiletWand.

My son was eager to help. First, he let me know how gross the old toilet brush was. And then, he tried out the new one. It was easy enough for him to clip the disposable head onto the wand without my help (He actually did it twice so I could take the picture).

a close up shot of the clorox magic wand

little boy in a blue shirt holding and staring at the toilet wand

Then, he got to work.

a little boy scrubbing the inside of the toilet with the toiletwand

He loved how the water turned blue. Using the ToiletWand was a breeze, and it definitely got things cleaner than the old brush had been getting things.

the toiletwand tinges the toilet water blue

When my son was done cleaning, he held the Clorox ToiletWand over the rubbish bin,

holding the toiletwand over a trash can

pressed on a blue button, and released the used head into the trash.


Done and done. I loved how simple using the Clorox ToiletWand was for my son. Now that I have a helper, I can spend less time cleaning toilets, and get back to bigger dreams.

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