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Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals (aka Sani Flush) 3 lbs Jar

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Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals (aka Sani Flush) 3 lbs Jar (08 HF)

Dissolve hard water and rust stains with this "blue-bubbling" formulation. Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals keeps porcelain bathroom fixtures sparkling white, clean, and sanitary. This bowl cleaner removes stains and prevents odors. Use this product in both home and office toilets; it won't harm septic tanks or plumbing. Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals contains sodium bisulfate. Pour into toilet bowl, allow 10-15 mins dwell time, scrub, and flush away.

Ideal for porcelain toilet bowls and urinals only. Do not use on enameled or metal fixtures such as bathtubs and sinks.

Contains sodium hydrogensulphite (sodium bisulphate); a water-soluble white solid formed by saturating a solution of sodium carbonate with sulfur dioxide. It works as a bleaching agent.

This product turns blue after bubbling, that way you can see that it is still in the toilet before use. Scrub and flush.

Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals is a ready-to-use cleaner.

Availability:
3 lbs jar
Case of 4, 3 lbs jars
12/3 lbs jar (case)
  • Model: 08 HF - 1
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Handi-Flush Toilet Bowl Crystals (aka Sani Flush) 3 lbs Jar

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