The toilet brush is one of the most important inventions of the cleaning world; it’s one of the must-haves! The modern plastic version was invented by William C. Schopp in Huntington Park, California in 1932 and patented by the Addis Brush Company in 1933.
How are the toilet brushes, which are offered to the market under many names such as classic, luxury, toilet brush sets, produced, and how are they obtained? Cetin Plastik, one of the best manufacturers in Turkey in this field, has 15 different types of toilet brushes in its product portfolio.
The toilet brush usually consists of a round-shaped and long-handled stiff bristle tip.Although toilet brushes today are usually made of plastic, they were originally made with wooden handles from the hairs of animals such as pigs, horses, oxen, squirrels and badgers with in a very long time period probably. A toilet brush is completed in seconds with the plastic production today. Hundreds of brush wires are fixed to the body by machines, straightened and placed in boxes.
In recent years, ergonomically designed brushes have been offered in innovative bottom holders to hide germs and other irritants. thTe toilet brush, which is an antibacterial liquid container that allows the brush to be sterilized after each use, is widely used instead of the traditional toilet brushes.
Moreover, ü there are electric toilet brushes today. Brush bristles made of plastic raw material can be fixed to the rotor of a motor that works similar to an electric toothbrush, making it easier to use.
The toilet brush is often used with a toilet cleaner or bleach. The toilet brush should be used to clean the inner surfaces of the Turkish style toilet and the inside of the closet in the European style toilet, which is more commonly used today. It should not be used to clean the toilet seat or the footsteps of the Turkish style toilet.
Finally, we can add that the traditional toilet brush has become more hygienic and suitable for more modern use with many new products. Thus, it is claimed that 99.9 percent of the germs on the floor during and after cleaning can be killed.