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Old 07-14-2015, 12:17 AM   #1
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Who waxes their toilet bowl?

I found that "things" don't stick as much if I wax the plastic toilet bowl
every year. Anyone else do this?
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Old 07-14-2015, 03:27 AM   #2
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New to me, never thought of doing that. We just use the handy toilet brush.
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Old 07-14-2015, 03:31 AM   #3
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Who waxes their toilet bowl?

No. But others do.
Wax Your Toilette Bowl
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Old 07-14-2015, 05:55 AM   #4
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No wax, but I do spray it with a Saline Solution, on a regular basis.
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Old 07-14-2015, 06:19 AM   #5
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Not me. A little Lysol toilet bowl cleaner and brush, good to go.
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Is a Brazilian wax the best?
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I treat mine with a product called 'Hard Surface Protectant' that used to be sold by Amway Corp. Someone told me that they sold this formula to 'Rain X', don't know if that is true, but the present day Rain X is far better than it used to be. [Moderator Edit] just slides off.

I also do my sinks and windshield.
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Not the toilet, yet! But I do wax the sinks and shower. And squeegee the shower after every use.
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Not the toilet, yet! But I do wax the sinks and shower. And squeegee the shower after every use.
Wondering about the shower squeegee routine. Does it really work though. Normally I just spray mine with "scrubbing bubbles" prior to the walls drying. No problems with the build up of the water spots or whatever its called. I also use it on the sinks. Forget that "inside wax" toilet routine. Not gonna wax that!
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We do. Well, my wife does. With Protect-All, same as she uses on the shower and the corian sinks and countertops. Both RV and at home.
Yes, the same Protect-All Cleaner & Protectant I use on the outside of the coach.
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Toilet bowl wax

Ewwwww! Never thought it would come down to that (so to speak) butt makes sense....No pun intended!
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Old 07-14-2015, 11:22 AM   #12
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How about Rain Ex?
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I tried Rain-X and found Turtle Wax Ice synthetic auto polish works many times better! Can even spray on the interior toilet walls without touching them (assuming the walls are clean & dry).
I wax the sinks, mirrors, countertops, refer door, microwave face, all the windows inside & out, the coach, the towed, and even the exterior rubber with ICE.
Everything stays cleaner, is easier to clean, and no white residue on the black rubber.
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I tried Rain-X and found Turtle Wax Ice synthetic auto polish works many times better!
There are several type of TW Ice synthetic - which one do you use? Thanks!!
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