Don Aslett's Safety Foam 2 Pack – Professional Strength Foaming Bowl Cleaner

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Our Bowl Swabs are required for this chemical to work correctly. Our Bowl Swabs are not the same that you can find at most stores! We do offer a Safety Foam Kit, that has everything you need to get started. 

This 2 pack is great for refills after you have purchased the complete toilet kit with the tools you need.

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Do you have toilets that still look dirty even after you’ve cleaned? Hard water is the likely culprit. It leaves hard, rough, discolored rings, streaks, and stains on even newly installed toilets that normal cleaners leave behind. More scrubbing isn’t the answer – Safety Foam is!

Safety Foam a powerful acidic detergent and deodorizer designed specifically for those ugly mineral stains. The combination of four acids attacks mineral buildup – dissolving it at the chemical level – but won’t harm your porcelain toilet.

Just use a toilet bowl swab to lower the water level in the bowl, then apply about 1 ounce of Safety Foam to the bowl swab.  Swirl the swab around the bowl to quickly and easily whip up the thick foam this cleaner is named for.

The foam really is key. It clings to the steep sides of the bowl and even up under the rim so this amazing acidic detergent can stay right where the mineral deposits are. Let it sit for a few minutes while you clean the rest of the bathroom, give it a quick scrub, and flush. That’s all it takes to clean, deodorize, and remove most nasty hard water stains. If you have exceptionally stubborn hard water buildup, Don Aslett has all the products you’ll need to get it gone.  Then use Safety Foam about once a week to keep the hard water from returning.

Stop scrubbing – that won’t remove the hard water – get Safety Foam for toilets that are sparkling clean!

  • Removes most hard water buildup on the first use – even under the rim
  • Weekly use keeps the buildup from returning
  • Deodorizes and cleans
  • Foams easily then cling to quickly dissolve stains
  • Uses 1 ounce per cleaning



Two 32-ounce bottles of Safety Foam



Use once a week to keep the hard water from returning.

Use only on the inside of the toilet bowl.

For the best foaming action use with a toilet bowl swab, or “Johnny Mop.”

Use 1 ounce per cleaning.


To Remove Hardwater Stains:

Use this method the first time you use Safety Foam.

Lower the water level in the toilet bowl using a toilet bowl swab.  To do this, plunge the swab down into the throat of the bowl – about 10-12 plunging motions is enough to cause the water to flow out of the bowl without flushing.

Apply about 1 ounce of Safety Foam to the bowl swab.

Swirl the swab around the inside of the toilet to whip up a thick foam. 

Make sure to cover any hard water stains with the foam.

Allow the cleaner to sit for 4 – 7 minutes to give it time to dissolve the hard water.

Quickly scrub with the bowl swab.



For Maintenance:

To keep hard water stains from returning, use Safety Foam once a week with the method below:

Use a bowl swab to lower the water level 3 – 4 inches.

Apply 1-ounce Safety Foam to the swab.

Swirl around inside the bowl to create the clinging foam.

Allow it to sit for 3 – 5 minutes.

Quickly scrub.

Then flush.


For Extra Stubborn Hardwater Stains:

If Safety Foam isn’t enough to completely remove hard water on the first cleaning, use a Pumice Stone and the method below to return the toilet to a sparkling clean. Use the Maintenance directions to keep the stains from returning.

Wet the pumice stone and be sure to keep it wet during cleaning.

Rub the pumice stone over the areas of hard water build-up.

The grit created during rubbing helps scrub away the stains.

Once the build-up is scrubbed away, flush.

Then use the Maintenance directions.

    Products Mentioned in this Video:

    Safety Foam Set

    Bowl Swabs

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