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Today I found myself facing a toilet that had been accumulating
for a significant period of time. None of the usual toilet-bowl
cleaning chemicals seemed to have any effect at all, on
crud from the porcelain. A scrub brush did work, but slowly.
that this particular toilet-bowl scrub brush had a
handle, and the
brush itself was largely spherical in its construction/bristly-
ness. I got out
electric drill and used its chuck to hold the brush handle like a
bit. The variable-speed drill can now spin the brush at up-to a
thousand RPM. Some time later, after a fair amount of crud
had been removed
from the toilet bowl, I decided to take some time to post this.
And now, back to
Electric Elbow Grease to a traditional dirty job...with
something of a grin on my face.
[normzone, Jul 07 2015]
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||[bigsleep], actually, the lip the bowl is keeping that from
happening. Otherwise I wouldn't be grinning.
||Would a hammer drill have been even more effective?
||You can usually rent jack-hammers at the local tool rental shop.
||What in the hell have you been eating lately?
||Can we not just pack loads of loose bristles around a modestly sized explosive charge?
||That is theoretically possible, although we have serious issues with "modestly sized" ...
||Probably this Idea should have been named "Electric Toilet
Brush" (we could certainly imagine motorized brushes
getting sold), but I like the current name better.
||Err, that grin on your face has brown speckles.
||If it came with a disposable biodegradable one-size-fits-all seal this would sell.
||You've never met my father in law...
||I simply love the title. So +