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The WC-Stick is used exclusively to remove the “leftovers” that could get stuck in the toilet bowl immediately after using the toilet and could not be removed by rinsing. So you do not have to use the toilet brush anymore. So the toilet brush remains clean and you can use it at any time in conjunction with Should I or can I clean my toilet with the toilet stick?
The toilet stick is used exclusively to remove the “leftovers” that could get stuck in the toilet bowl immediately after using the toilet and could not be removed by rinsing. So you do not have to use the toilet brush anymore. So the toilet brush remains clean and you can use it at any time in conjunction with cleaning supplies to clean the toilet bowl. There is no germ and bacteria distribution, it no longer smells unpleasant and the toilet brush looks visually better. The combination of WC-Stick and toilet brush represents an unprecedented hygiene advantage.
Of course you can still use the toilet brush.
BUT keep in mind:
The toilet brush is the most unhygienic item in the household. In it, germs and bacteria that pose a significant health hazards multiply. Especially for toddlers, elderly or immunocompromised people, it represents a great risk. The use of the toilet brush also means that when removing feces easily tends to even quickly even once completely “wipe” through the toilet. However, you only distribute the germs and bacteria that have formed and multiplied in the toilet brush.
Furthermore, we all know the problem when using the toilet brush: dripping, splashing, unpleasant odor and over time, the toilet brush is no longer an optical pleasure.
Not at all.
For this, the WC-Stick is not intended. For about 2-3 years, there are rimless toilets. In new buildings and when exchanging toilets, there are no more built-in flushing rims. Thus, the standard of hygiene is generally increased. No flushing edge – no more germs and bacteria that can unfold under it freely. The formation of bacteria and germs has yet been favored by even toilet brushes. The faeces were removed with the toilet brush and then the flushing rim was cleaned quickly. As a result, the fecal germs and bacteria under the flushing rim were rather distributed than removed.
A single Tip can not clog the toilet!
Never rinse several Tips at the same time or a Tip with extra toilet paper in the toilet.
Of course, like too much toilet paper, it could clog the toilet.
The water-saving pusher is usually sufficient that the Tip is flushed completely into the drainpipe and does not hang on the way there / somewhere.
By the way, it is always important to rinse well if you do not want a clogged toilet.
With too little water flow (flushing) clog most toilets after a short time (no matter whether flat / deep flusher, wall or floor drain), because at the red marked place the toilet paper can lie / hang, dry and at the next toilet, this is repeatedly until the drain is finally blocked.
The Tips are made of cellulose, which dissolves in the course of time like toilet paper in water.
Numerous tests were done to ensure this. Nevertheless, the Tip is stable enough to serve its purpose (removal of fecal matter).
Correct or powerful rinsing not only ensures free pipes it prevents blockages too.
Out of habit or to save water, many people rinse only briefly or too little and believe in saving money or doing the environment something good.
This is unfortunately WRONG.
Rinsing too little will cause the toilets and sewage pipes to clog over time, leaving residues in the sewage system. These must be additionally rinsed with plenty of water (even drinking water). This is associated with high costs, which in turn are allocated to us consumers by increasing the cost of water.
Fortunately, we live in one country (Germany) where there is NO water shortage. But to save water you have to consume water.
If all of them consumed more water, the cost of water would decrease permanently over time.
To flush the TIP easily down, please remember that this must be soaked with water, otherwise is still too much air in it.
As a rule, the normal cleaning process is sufficient so that the Tip has enough water and no more air.
If the cleaning process is too short, leave the Tip in the toilet water for a short while before flushing it down.
If these points are respected, there are guaranteed no problems.
NOTE: Never rinse several Tips at the same time, otherwise (as with too much toilet paper) there may be a risk of clogging.
The WC-Stick can be fixed to the wall without drilling using specially suitable double-sided adhesive pads. Not everyone wants to drill holes in their beautiful tiles.
The adhesive pads have been designed so that they adhere well even in bathrooms and toilets even in high humidity (for example, when showered) and the dispenser box does not fall off the wall after a while. Another advantage is that the WC-Stick (dispenser box) can be fixed anywhere on the wall, even on rough tiles.
This also ensures the ground clearance, so you do not have to lift a brush holder when floor wiping, or put away as before.
“Biomaster protected” means that the WC-Stick contains silver ions. The silver ions germs, bacteria, fungi and viruses are killed in a very short time to 99.99%.
Biomaster has been used successfully worldwide for more than 10 years in numerous applications in medicine and various industrial sectors. The style of the toilet brush is touched after the toilet by most people before washing their hands and so can recover and transmit a variety of viruses, germs and bacteria.
During flu times, sneezing or coughing into the hand can contaminate the brush style with viruses.
With each use of the toilet brush can be infected with all these, sometimes multiresistant pathogens.
This can not happen with the WC-Stick.
Waste is not the same waste.
The tips are made of cellulose and dissolve like toilet paper in water. The sewage treatment plants have no problems with it. Like toilet paper, they are filtered out and used for recycling and processed as fertilizer or fuel, from which energy is recovered.
For hygienic reasons, the toilet brushes should be replaced every 6 months (depending on use) and disposed of in residual waste (black trash can). The residual waste rots on the landfill or is burned. We know what causes burnt plastic in the environment. Mostly, the toilet brushes are also made in countries where you often do not use high quality plastic – the environmental impact is enormous.
The toilet stick is recyclable, should it no longer be desired. The durability is however 10-15 years.
The waste produced by discarded toilet brushes is many times more polluting than the recyclable tips.
The environment is very important to us. That’s why we are very proud of our MADE IN GERMANY.
With us, the toilet stick is made of recyclable plastic – unlike many toilet brushes.
The tips are made of cellulose (toilet paper) and are also recyclable. The European eco-label (short Euroblume or EU Ecolabel) is an international seal of quality for the labeling of consumer products and services. It identifies consumer goods that are distinguished by their special environmental compatibility.
Even when choosing the packaging / cardboard boxes we use materials from the company ds smith, which is FSC® certified.
FSC® stands for “Forest Stewardship Council®” and is an international forest management certification system. Ten global principles guarantee that FSC certified wood and paper products come from responsibly managed forests. These principles are set out in an international standard. The FSC standard requires that the ecological functions of a forest must be maintained, it protects endangered species of flora and fauna and secures the rights of indigenous people and workers. As a result, the forest as an ecosystem can be maintained over the long term.
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