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Old 03-17-2014, 06:07 PM   #1
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Wax Your Toilette Bowl

Just thought I'd share since it's time to do it again. A lot of you may already do this. I put a good coat of wax on the toilette bowls. If you do this, the crepe won't stick and you won't need a toilette brush.
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Great tip, but don't do the seat. Do not ask me how I know.
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Just thought I'd share since it's time to do it again. A lot of you may already do this. I put a good coat of wax on the toilette bowls. If you do this, the crepe won't stick and you won't need a toilette brush.
The bowl or the seat?
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I see now the bowl. OK that sounds like a good plan. What wax do you use.. Thanks
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Great tip, but don't do the seat. Do not ask me how I know.
That's funny...
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I see now the bowl. OK that sounds like a good plan. What wax do you use.. Thanks
There are so many different types of waxes out there that you can use just about anything. I don't like those spray and wipe type since they don't last as long. Get the type that require some elbow grease. If you want the best of the best get some Collinite 476. I use it on my cars and it is about the best long lasting shine I've seen. You can wax your home toilettes and sinks too.
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Ever try RainX? It works very well for countertops, sinks, commode bowls, etc. A housing contractor suggested I try it and it works.
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I usually look for a brand that has anti-skid mark properties.

Sorry, I believe this is a good tip but it just struck me funny.
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I usually look for a brand that has anti-skid mark properties.

Sorry, I believe this is a good tip but it just struck me funny.
me too ar ar ar
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This tread is kind of crappy but I never thought about this subject matter before. Might consider trying.
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WHAT????? I don't think this is in the agenda.
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Just thought I'd share since it's time to do it again. A lot of you may already do this. I put a good coat of wax on the toilette bowls. If you do this, the crepe won't stick and you won't need a toilette brush.
How many uses will one get?
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Great tip, but don't do the seat. Do not ask me how I know.
It's ok to do the seat however it is highly recommended to install hand rails and ware good quality sneakers.

Just sayin.....



Can't get it off my mind. Such a slick idea I will most likely do mine tomorrow.

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I'll instruct the wife to get right on it, yes sireeee.

"Honey, just run in there and wax the toilet." I'm sure she will get the job done in no time.

It's been nice knowing you folks.
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