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619 Extra Strength Bowl Cleaner

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Reg. 11.99
Fuller Brush Bowl Cleaner About Extra Strength Bowl Cleaner      

  • Thick gel formula clings to toilet bowl surfaces for thorough cleaning action
  • Deodorizes and cleans in one step
  • Easy aim spout squirts under the rim
  • Eliminates rust stains and hard water deposits
  • Peppermint scent leaves bathroom smelling clean and fresh
  • Child-resistant cap

Where To Use Extra Strength Bowl Cleaner 

  • Use in toilet bowls, sinks, bathtubs and shower stalls
  • DO NOT use on fiberglass, aluminum, painted surfaces or countertops
How To Use Extra Strength Bowl Cleaner   
  1. Once a week apply 2-4 fluid ounces full strength.
  2. Scrub and rinse thoroughly with cool water.
  3. To clean and deodorize basins, bathtubs, showers, and tile dilute with 2 parts water.
  4. Thoroughly rinse with cool water.


  • Net Wt: 32 fl. oz.
  • Type of Product: Thick Liquid
  • MPN:/Model:  619,178619, X0213
  • GTIN:/UPC:  083701006199
  • Tax according to your local sales tax code
  • Shipping by Fedex:  $9.00-per-entire-order, continental USA.

Environmental Notes 

  • No phosphates or  abrasives
  • Safe for septic systems when used as directed
  • HDPE 2 recyclable plastic container
Problem Solving  
  • How Experts Clean Toilets:  Squirt bowl cleaner inside and around the edges of the toilet bowl. Start on the inside upper rim, work the brush in a circular motion, cleaning as deep into the bowl as possible. Flush the toilet to rinse.  Clean the outside of the toilet with Germ Clean Concentrate to clean and disinfect both sides of the seat and lid, the toilet base and flushing handle.  Clean around the rubber bumpers, hinges, and the plastic caps near the floor.  Weekly cleaning prevents stain build-up and helps control germs and mold.
  • Water Leaks in Toilet Bowl: The toilet is the biggest consumer of water in the home, and a toilet leak can waste up to 100 gallons of water a day. You can test to see if you have a leak by putting food coloring in the water in the tank. DON'T FLUSH!  If you have a leak, color will show up in the bowl within a few minutes.  Turn off the water to the toilet if possible until you can have the leak repaired.  Until you can repair, flush by turning on the water briefly, or with a pail of water.

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