The Best Toilet Brush
BOOMJOY Toilet Brush and Holder Set, Silicone Bristles Bathroom Cleaning Bowl Brush Kit with Tweezers - White
|Product Dimensions||16 x 5 x 16 inches|
|Item Weight||13.7 ounces|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Item model number||8541795232|
|Best Sellers Rank||#364 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #1 in Toilet Brushes & Holders #5 in Household Cleaning Brushes|
|Date First Available||January 17, 2019|
I wasn't sure which of the three I'd like best. I was intrigued by the flat, triangle shape of the Sellemer. I liked the round, compact look of the Lefree, and the Boomjoy had a nice tweezer attachment (which I can use to clean out hairs in my shower drain). Also, Boomjoy was the cheapest of all three.**UPDATE** The Boomjoy metal handle has now gotten rusty and looks gross. So I would NOT recommend this one.So you can see in my photo the type of packaging they come in. The Sellemer and Lefree both also come with a little plastic piece that you can stick to your wall and hang the brush on your wall. Not really sure I care to do that, though.I also placed all the brushes next to a coffee mug, so you can see approximately what the sizes are. I like the Sellemer in that it's svelte. The Lefree is also quite compact. The Boomjoy has the largest base, so it would seem to take up most space. But the size differences, as you can see, are minimal.The brushes in the Lefree and Sellemer "hang" to drain, that is when you put the brush into the holder, it's suspended and there's a ventilated bottom. The Boomjoy is a solid bottom piece and the brush rests in it, like a bowl. I suppose that can cause some water accumulation and won't dry as easily/quickly.All three required the handles to be twisted on, which were easy enough on all three. I liked the handles on the Sellemer and Lefree over the Boomjoy. The Boomjoy was the only one that had a metal part to the handle, but for some reason it felt a bit flimsy. The other two had all plastic handles.This is the first time I tried silicone brushes, and overall I like the way the clean/work over the old bristle ones.Sellemer: I thought I would like the triangular shape as it said it could get under the lip easily. But in trying all three of them out, the flat, triangular shape actually made it feel a little flimsier, so I didn't feel I could brush as hard against the toilet. I did like that there seemed to be good density on this one with the silicone bristles.Lefree: This one looked like it was most lacking in silicone bristles. They were all spaced somewhat far apart. But, it still seemed to clean fine, and I could press it up against the lip of the toilet and it got under there just fine. Just as fine as the Sellemer. I felt I could press pretty hard against the surface of the toilet, too, to scrub some of those harder water stains out.Boomjoy: This seemed to have more dense silicone bristles than the Lefree, but less than the Sellemer. It also worked much like the Lefree. I could get under the toilet lip easily and scrub pretty hard against the toilet surface.Honestly, they are all "Made in China" products, so the quality is all pretty much the same. So what you are really deciding on are small features and which style you like the best.Personally, knowing what I know now, I would buy the Lefree. While the bristles were the least dense, it seemed to clean just as well as the others. It has a small footprint with a ventilated bottom. I just didn't really care for the flimsy feel of the flat triangle Sellemer. And the Boomjoy's non-ventilated bottom bothered me a bit in that I think if water were to gather and drip when I pick it up next time, it would be gross. I do like having the tweezer, but is it really necessary? It also has the largest base. I do like its very sleek look though, and the fact that it doesn't put its brand across the base.Also, if price is of concern, the Sellemer was most expensive at around $15-$17 depending on when you buy it. I see a lot of price fluctuations. The Lefree is around $13. And the Boomjoy was $9.99.Overall, all three worked pretty well, and I think I will stick to silicone over the bristles from now on.
It was easy to put together. was better at cleaning the bristle-brush I had. The only thing I would say is that it’s a little shorter in length than anticipated but overall it’s fine to work with.
I tried this product after a horrific experience with traditional nylon bristles falling out and clogging my toilet. So far, so good on that count! I also like the compact design of this product so much I ordered a second one for my downstairs toilet.
Premium Toilet Brush and Holder,Toilet Bowl Brush with 304 Stainless Steel Long Handle, Hidden Toilet Brush with Durable Scrubbing Bristles for Bathroom Deep Cleaning
|Product Dimensions||4 x 4 x 9 inches|
|Item Weight||14 ounces|
|Country of Origin||China|
|Best Sellers Rank||#2,715 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen) #9 in Toilet Brushes & Holders #49 in Household Cleaning Brushes|
|Date First Available||August 31, 2020|
Glue it together! I've had cheap brushes like this in the past that would come unscrewed as you use them. This causes an inevitable predicament of leaving it loose and maybe have to fish the head out of toilet water when it eventually falls off...or touch the brush to tighten it after every use. So, this time I put superglue on the threaded joints before assembling it all together and it works perfectly.
Eat too much spicy food? Maybe you’re lactose intolerant but couldn’t pass on the brownie Sunday. Whatever makes your bum go boom hasn’t a chance vs this brush. Cleans poop off the bowl as sure as the sun sets in the west. Add a little elbow grease for a shiny finish.
Works great and looks smart. I recommend.
Rubbermaid Commercial 14.5 Inch Toilet Brush, Toilet Bowl Cleaner for Bathroom, Scrub Brush for Toilet
How much can you say about a toilet brush? I had this same model for 8 years and just got tired of looking at it, so even though it was still fully functional, I retired it and bought a new one. On the old one the bristles had worn down some, but were still functional. What sets this brush apart is the sturdiness and flexibility of its handle. The handles of most other brushes would snap within 6-12 months, but Rubbermaid has created a truly commercial grade brush that will last and give good service for years.
Too many people standing in line making money on these lil items.What should be less than a dollar is getting way out of range.
Can’t go wrong for the price and the quality is very good. Works great with the brush holder sold separately.