Buying Sani-Flush?

I haven't been able to locate an awesome product for cleaning the toilet that I used to use. Does anyone know where I can locate Sani-flush? I think it may have been taken off the market.

By shelley silva from MI

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December 3, 20091 found this helpful

I did a search at ASK and got these results

I found this at Amazon (Affiliate Link)

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March 3, 20171 found this helpful

I sure wish I had bought extra years ago. Great Product....That was all my Mom used and it was a job one of us didn't get upset about. Because it worked so well.

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August 22, 20172 found this helpful

I was trying to find any crystal bowl cleaner like my Mom used too, but no luck. The liquid kinds just don't do the same job. I'm 74 & just don't like the way all these new kinds work.

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March 23, 20201 found this helpful

This is true. The newer toilet bowl cleaners don't get the stain, out of bottom, of my toilet bowl, the way Sani Flush did. Never had any stains when using Sani Flush. It had a nice smell, too.

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December 6, 20210 found this helpful

It's now called Handi Flush. Sold by a janitorial serv. Google it. The shipping is high for one ,so order the four container (3 lbs each) and shipping even cheaper than ordering one canister of Handi Flush.
I assume they got rid of whatever was environmentally bad ? I hope so . The ad on the site says Handi Flush in aka Sani Flush. I'm ordering some
Sani Flush was best toilet clean we out there. The Four pack is about $ 65.00 plus shipping. These are 3 lb canisters ,so that seems bigger to me than the SaniFlush I use to buy decades ago.

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April 25, 20220 found this helpful

Was the smell that I remember. Awful.
I think it was from the '60's
Now my husband uses a brand of denture cleaner with the same smell.
Just awful!

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December 4, 20090 found this helpful

I bought some a few months ago at Canadian Tire. It's a store sort of like Walmart, but with mostly car, sports, and outdoor stuff.

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July 19, 20100 found this helpful

Crystal toilet bowl cleaners have evidently been discontinued for environmental or safety reasons (Sani-Flush and Vanish Crystals were the main brands.) The active ingredient was sodium bisulfate, which releases an acid when dissolved in water. This was very effective for removing calcium deposits caused by hard water. The liquid cleaners are basic, not acid. I suspect the acid is bad for septic systems, but probably would not harm a city sewer treatment system. Sodium bisulfate crystals can be purchased at a Pool Supply store, sold as Dry Acid, Ph Lower, Ph Down, etc. Intended use is adjusting pool and spa Ph level. Read and follow all precautions.

Do not get in eyes!

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August 22, 20170 found this helpful

They discontinued it in 2013.

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August 27, 20180 found this helpful

Sani-Flush was a brand of crystal toilet bowl cleaner formerly produced by Reckitt Benckiser. Its main ingredient was sodium bisulfate; it also contained sodium carbonate as well as sodium lauryl sulfate, talc, sodium chloride, fragrance and dye.

When sodium bisulfate is mixed with water, a highly-corrosive acidic solution is produced, which dissolves accumulated minerals such as iron, magnesium and calcium from the bowl.[1]

Due to environmental concerns, the product has been discontinued; by 2013 its last original US trademark was cancelled or allowed to expire.[2]

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September 1, 20181 found this helpful

Itis ow called handiflush and sold at janitor supply stores here is one on line that sells it

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December 9, 20180 found this helpful

Home Depot

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April 23, 20190 found this helpful

There is a similar product available now called Handi Flush, if you google it. People say it works the same.

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May 17, 20190 found this helpful

Sani flush is available at Worldwide Janitor. 3lb container for $18.56 plus $9 shipping.

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December 1, 2009

Where can I buy Sani-Flush? My mom is looking for it and can't find it anywhere.

By Sue Kehr from Goshen, IN


Buying Sani-Flush


Well, I went to google and typed in "who makes sani clean" and got several sites to click on. One said sani clean is no longer available because of environmental concerns. But another said you could buy it online at Office Depot in Mishawaka In. A 54 oz of Sani Flush is $3.79. So I would search out google and see what you can find. (09/29/2009)

By Deanj

Buying Sani-Flush

Yes, I noticed that myself. You can no longer find it in the stores. I live in Brookville, PA. If you ask about it, most people don't seem to notice it any longer on the shelf. But yes, the Home Depot sells it online. (10/06/2009)

By Beverly Jones

Buying Sani-Flush

I called the company and they said it is discontinued and that there is nowhere that I could buy it. I just finished my last jug and I'm very disappointed. It is the only thing that really "cleaned" my toilet. I think the other stuff on the market just coats over the stains etc. (10/30/2009)


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