From the outset, I want to say that I have never seen a toilet brush as elegant as it is almost … beautiful? Designer Geraldine Tong wanted to change our perception of toilet cleaning tools while solving related issues such as its environmental impact and the clutter it creates in our bathrooms. His goal was to create a brush that didn’t cause more garbage in landfills, took up minimal space, reached tight areas and, of course, was visually appealing. So she designed BrushPro in collaboration with Lam Soon Singapore and the mission was accomplished.
Usually people throw away their toilet brushes every 2-3 months and since most of them are plastic it leads to a lot of environmental damage. This redesigned toilet brush allows you to change brushes while reusing the main body, reducing a lot of toxic waste. BrushPro is extremely convenient to use compared to its predecessors. The extendable handle allows you to reach tight spaces without having to perform advanced yoga poses on the floor and minimizes your direct contact with the dirty brush. The handle also has slots which give the brush head some flexibility when cleaning – a great universal design that also takes into account the experience of people with limited mobility. The brush head includes rubber as well as fibers for more efficient cleaning. Another brilliant detail is the slot for the detergent bottle, so you can just refill and reuse the detergent bottle instead of buying more plastic sprays – this also frees your hand as it combines the two cleaning products into one. alone !
The design of the BrushPro is minimal and fits the modern style. It takes the clutter of cleaning products / tools in your bathroom with its slim shape as it acts as 3 cleaning tools in 1 (wet mop, dry brush, detergent holder). Clean aesthetics and ergonomics (pun intended) make the chore of cleaning your bathrooms hassle-free and Instagrammable. I bet Monica Geller will probably want 6 for her birthdays and I don’t blame her. With life in quarantine, cleaning is the new rage on Friday night and I would much prefer to have the company of BrushPro for that.
Designer: Geraldine Tong