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Morning all,

The wife has read on facebook somewhere that the above diluted in a spray bottle is the ideal general purpose cleaner for the caravan toilet ,washbasin ,cooker etc.

Can anyone verify this or even suggest an alternative we could use .

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A bit off topic. sorry. the question is: I know there is a toilet brush, I know that it does a good job on ceramics. and how does the plastic react to such cleaning? Is a brush needed in a caravan, isn't it harmful? How and with what to clean the toilet?
 
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A bit off topic. sorry. the question is: I know there is a toilet brush, I know that it does a good job on ceramics. and how does the plastic react to such cleaning? Is a brush needed in a caravan, isn't it harmful? How and with what to clean the toilet?
Never used a brush on plastic bowls “ flush before push” and if required a wipe with extra paper to the bowl.
 
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Wife, yes sorry, completely sexist, she uses normal household spray cleaner.
I'd gip if I went anywhere near the bog! 🤢🤢🤮
 
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Something like this I reasoned, I just hoped that technologies are moving forward, but I don't know about it)))
What is the best flush fluid?
Everyone has their favourite. But for you can’t go far wrong with Elsan or Thetford. Some sites don’t want flush or toilet fluids with formaldehyde as it upsets the waste system. So go biological green or non formaldehyde
 
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I recently started using Astonish Shower Shine on the shower cubicle and in the toilet bowl after each use, I am pleased with it and it only costs £1 per bottle.

When my present stock runs out I will try the Scented version it should work rather well in the toilet bowl as well as the shower.

Using it liberally we used less than a full bottle, that was with three of us using the caravan shower and toilet over 7 days.
 
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I have used Fenwicks various products for years with reasonably good results. The Thetford bowl cleaner doesn’t work for me. The problem with plastics is a gradual breakdown of the polymers resulting in some cases colour deterioration from white to cream etc. Do not use anything abrasive or you will remove the delicate top coat resulting in rapid deterioration. Mine is 12 years old and still reasonably white.
Not sure what model toliet you have but Thetford do porcelain conversion kit.That’s loobrush friendly😜😜
 
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I have used Fenwicks various products for years with reasonably good results. The Thetford bowl cleaner doesn’t work for me. The problem with plastics is a gradual breakdown of the polymers resulting in some cases colour deterioration from white to cream etc. Do not use anything abrasive or you will remove the delicate top coat resulting in rapid deterioration. Mine is 12 years old and still reasonably white.
Not sure what model toliet you have but Thetford do porcelain conversion kit.That’s loobrush friendly😜😜
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I have used Fenwicks various products for years with reasonably good results. The Thetford bowl cleaner doesn’t work for me. The problem with plastics is a gradual breakdown of the polymers resulting in some cases colour deterioration from white to cream etc. Do not use anything abrasive or you will remove the delicate top coat resulting in rapid deterioration. Mine is 12 years old and still reasonably white.
Not sure what model toliet you have but Thetford do porcelain conversion kit.That’s loobrush friendly😜😜
We are very wary of using unknown brands due to the above reasons as seen toilet bowls with hairline surface cracks due to a reaction between the chemical and the plastics. Never used a loo brush so cannot comment. I pefer to use toilet paper on my rear end. LOL! :ROFLMAO: