Cleaning a Toilet Fun

Dear FlyLady,

I’ve been a FlyBaby for quite awhile and had bought the Rubba Scrubba, thinking it couldn’t be all that – but it was! I was in serious “LIKE” with it. 🙂 I even recommended it to several friends and they couldn’t be happier with their new little Scrubbas.

When I saw that you had a Rubba Swisha – I thought – if it works as well as the Scrubba – I’ve got to have it! I ordered it and it works like a charm. Plus, it’s PURPLE !!! My favorite color has always been purple. 🙂 It doesn’t have those hard bristles that can scratch the bowl. Who knew I could have fun cleaning my toilet?

Thank you for making such a wonderful and fun tool to make my cleaning easier and more fun. Now I’m in serious “LIKE” with a Scrubba and a Swisha! 🙂

Also, I was the one on Facebook that you helped tie the loop on my water bottle. I really appreciated you taking the time to help me. I figured you would be so busy you wouldn’t have time and you would direct me to some directions but NOOOOO – you took the time and I so appreciate it. You are such a sweet person! I also got an email from your staff about your one minute video and I watched it too. Now if I ever want to take off my purple tie (I know why would I want to?) I can retie it with ease.

Have a great weekend!


FlyLady here: Jana you are the reason I did the little video for your water bottle. I am good at teaching people to tie knots. It is not the greatest video but you get the idea.

Step #1 Tie the skinny end of the loop in an over hand knot (just like you start tying your shoes) through the dome part of the lid.

Step #2 Take the skinny end and put it through the lid that is attached to the bottle.

Step #3 Open up the skinny end of the loop and put the big loop through the opened up skinny loop. (Sort of like threading a needle) Then pull and screw on the lid.

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