Keeping your toilet clean is made easy with the correct tools. Installing a wall mounted toilet brush next to your toilet will ensure that it’s nearby when needed, but also neatly tucked away. The benefit of having it wall mounted, prevents it from being knocked over or moved around cluttering your floor space. The soft silicone cover keeps the brush out of sight and will not damage your toilet bowl during cleaning. The stainless steel material of the cylinder and handle will ensure that it will not rust.
- Soft silicone cover to hide the toilet brush
- Stainless Steel construction ensures durability
- Easy to install
Material: GRADE 304 Stainless Steel
Stainless Steel has a natural resistance to corrosion and therefore does not require any protective coating which makes this material ideal for the bathroom environment. The shiny polished finish of Stainless Steel is often confused with a Chrome finish, however the two could not be more different. While Stainless Steel will not peel or flake, Chrome products on the other hand are susceptible to chipping and pitting due to the nature if a coated product.
Cleaning and Care:
To keep your product in pristine condition, simply wipe it down with a warm damp cloth and then buff dry with a microfiber cloth. You could also, on occasion use a Chlorine-free stainless steel cleaner to maintain the shine. If you use stainless steel polish, make sure it is abrasive free. When cleaning wall surfaces around your bathroom accessories do not use any household detergents that may contain Chlorine based chemicals such as bleach as it will cause permanent damage to the surface of the stainless steel product.
What’s in the box:
5838 Toilet Brush and Holder
Fischer UX 6mm Plastic Plugs (2 pieces)
Wall Screws (2 pieces)
2.5mm Allen Key (1 piece)
Installation Instructions (1 piece)
Tools needed (not supplied):
Drill & Drill bits
6mm Diamond drill bit – if drilling through ceramic tiles
6mm Masonry drill bit – if drilling into Masonry (Brick)
- Check for water pipes before deciding where to drill
- In Masonry walls, always drill a smaller pilot hole first for better sizing and location accuracy