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Commode Squeegee

Hangs on the underseat rifle rack -- because it's a … job, but somebody has to do it!
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Custom curves and Œ" thick surface hugging rubber make this baby a toilet attendant's dream!

Affixed to the seat back are a pair of flexibly-cushioned grabbers similar to those used to hold lawn tools to a wall. A quick sideways push frees the Commode Squeegee from its holder.

The attached 20" bronze chain provides enough slack for the 180° turns to reach the hard to hit (and even harder to clean) front waterline. A graceful mahogany handle complements function and comfort with style!

Sure to delight all who use it -- great for gatherings! Reserve for the holidays, you'll want to order several for the home, the office, and the public restroom commodes.

Supply us with the manufacturer and model of your commodes and we'll rush you the product you need -- Just bend it to rest smoothly upon the curve of your ceramic bowl -- pull and twist in a smooth motion from front to back, and the ingeneous memory metal the Commode Squeegee uses is nicely formed and may be used again and again as often or as little as you need.

Remember (so we don't have to write it on the wall), you don't want to be remembered for the mess you make. No one is telling you how to do it, but we still believe you need the right tool for the … job you're doing, and right now, it's the Commode Squeegee!

reensure, May 07 2002

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       A nicer wiper? Is a brush not enough?
phoenix, May 07 2002

       Brushes don't make it through many cycles in the dishwasher.
reensure, May 07 2002

       You wash your loo brush in the dishwasher? Ew!
pottedstu, May 08 2002


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