The shiffter is more hygienic than a toilet brush – including silicone toilet brushes. Why? Because there are no brushes! Instead, you simply use a jet of water to clean the toilet bowl after each use. This means that your poor old mum isn’t lumbered with having to put on the rubber gloves and scrub away with a brush and toilet cleaner. So, ironically, it could be the most hygienic toilet brush even though it isn’t one!
There are huge environmental benefits too. Here are a few obvious advantages, and some you may not have thought of…
Advantages – shiffter vs toilet brush
- It’s cleaner and more hygienic than a toilet brush
- You won’t get splattered with unpleasant stuff
- No disgusting toilet brush sat by your toilet
- No horrible dripping as you move your brush to and from the toilet
- Better for the environment:
- Reduce plastic waste – no need to buy replacement brushes or brush heads once they get mucky
- The potential to save billions of litres of water a year by reducing ‘panic flushing’ to clean the bowl
- You’re using water to clean rather than squirting chemicals each time you need to shifft
- It’s quick – you can fill it up, use it and even refill the Shiffter in about 30 seconds
- Guests using your bathroom can exit without worrying about what they’ve left behind
- Dealing with ‘incidents’ straightaway means that the person who cleans your toilet won’t be lumbered with other people’s problems
- Kids enjoy using it – who’d have thought that cleaning the toilet could be fun?
- Shiffter can also be used at work – and let’s face it, that’s where it’s often needed. Get your facilities manager on the job! We can even provide corporate branded ones
- Your purchase will raise money for good causes
- And don’t forget, some people won’t even have toilet brushes in their homes as they think they’re too disgusting. When there isn’t a brush, people often scrunch up a few sheets of toilet roll and wipe the back of the bowl so that the next visitor won’t have to see anything they have left behind – the shiffter solves this problem too! (Apologies for the detail – but it happens. And it’s a common problem in hotel rooms.)
- The only one which springs immediately to mind is that you can’t use the shiffter as an emergency, make-shift plunger if you’ve tried to flush down too much toilet paper!
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