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Soft Scrub #4-in-1ToiletCare

Let's face it no one likes to scrub the toilet, especially if you have  a little boy around. I have blessed to have 3 males in my house, so my job is just so much more fun! Recently as part of the Purex Insiders program I was given the chance to review a product called Soft Scrub 4-in-1 Toilet Care. Before I received the product I thought it had to be a spray or a gel. Much to my surprise it was something far easier, that required very little effort to use. All I had to do was throw the hook over the edge of the bowl and make sure that when I flushed the water was flowing over it.

Soft Scrub 4-in-1 Total care offers many great benefits to the cleaning process. It cleans toilets, prevents future buildup, fights toilet ring, and does all this for up to 4 weeks! It has a really neat plastic "cage" surrounding it which is much different from the metal bowl hangers I have used in the past which sometimes leave a rust spot and only leave a fresh smell, not actually clean. The best part is it is only about $2 to purchase so it is VERY affordable. My only worry is if it is pet safe so we have been extra careful to keep the lid down :)
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**The Soft Scrub brand provided me with a sample of Soft Scrub 4-in-1 Toilet Care in exchange for a product review. However all opinions expressed are those of my own.**

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