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How To Clean a ToiletCleaning a toilet can be a very disgusting chore, but at least its uncomplicated, right? Actually there is a right way to begin cleaning a toilet. The right way prevents the spread of bacteria and viruses. The right way of cleaning a toilet also saves time and energy. Find out the right way to get your toilet clean.Difficulty: EasyTime Required: 10-20 minutes
How To Clean a Toilet1. Remove everything from around the toilet. Cleaning the toilet is a messy job, and theres always the chance of splashing cleanser or toilet water outside of the actual toilet. Prevent extra cleanup by removing all excess items from around the toilet. Dont forget to remove anything on top of the tank to prevent dropping items into the bowl during cleaning.
How To Clean a Toilet2. Flush and add cleaning solution. Flush the toilet with the lid down to prevent splashing or spraying. Add your choice of powdered, liquid, or gel cleanser to the bowl. Try to apply the cleaner as close to the toilet rim as possible to prevent diluted cleanser.
How To Clean a Toilet3. Clean the exterior of the toilet. While the cleansing solution soaks into the toilet grime in the bowl, clean the outside of the toilet. Start at the top to prevent dripping on already clean surfaces. Spray the tank, handle, and tank edges with cleaner and wipe down. Next do the outside lid of the toilet. Finally wipe down the entire bowl. Start with the sides and front before cleaning the bottom edges of the toilet where it meets the floor.
How To Clean a Toilet4. Clean the toilet seat. The toilet seat should never be neglected. It is the part of the toilet that comes into actual contact with people, and it needs to be cleaned thoroughly. Raise the seat. Spray the seat, inside lid and the rim of the toilet with cleanser. Wipe down the lid, seat, and hinges at the back of the toilet seat. Some toilets have hinges that will pop open to allow better access for cleaning.
How To Clean a Toilet5. Clean the inside of the toilet bowl. Begin cleaning the bowl from the top down. Always begin scrubbing under the rim first. Look under the rim to get all the stains and grime scrubbed away. Next scrub the bowl. Finally scrub the hole at the bottom of the toilet. Flush the toilet with the lid down.
How To Clean a Toilet6. Wipe up any drips or spills. Wipe up any drips of cleanser or water that may have occurred. Put away tools and trash. Replace the items removed in step 1. Enjoy a clean toilet.
Tips To Clean a Toilet Wear eye protection when cleaning a toilet. It prevents splatters of toilet water and cleaner. You may also want to use gloves to prevent contact with your hands. Flush the toilet with the seat lid down to prevent splattering and splashing. Do not use sponges when you scrub a toilet. Sponges are a great way to breed bacteria, and there are already enough in bathroom. Paper towels are a great options because they are thrown away. If you use reusable cloths, wash them immediately in their own load on hot water with bleach.
What You Need To Clean a ToiletGoggles or glasses.Toilet brush.Gloves.Cleanser for inside of bowl.Cleanser for outside of the toilet.Paper towels or cloths.
Toilet Cleaning ToolsPros An automatic cleaner is easy to use and easy to maintain.Cons The toilet will still need to be scrubbed occasionally. These cleaners arent a good idea if you have pets or children who are likely to have access. Powder Toilet Cleaners: Powder Toilet cleaners are designed to scrub a toilet without scratching it. These cleaners are a good choice when staining of the toilet bowl is an issue.
Pros Toilet Cleaning Tools If you have rust or water deposit stains in your toilet bowl, using a powder cleanser offers enough scrubbing power without scratching your toilet.Cons Be careful not to scratch the surfaces of the toilet, which will allow future staining to occur more easily. Abrasive cleaners also require the use of an additional brush. Toilet Brushes: Toilet brushes are bristle brushes that usually come with a storage container. Many companies market the toilet brushes to match bathroom decor .
Toilet Cleaning ToolsPros A good toilet brush with stiff all-plastic brush and bristles does a great job at scrubbing a toilet. Dont choose a brush with bristles attached to wire. This can damage toilets.Cons A toilet brush needs to be thoroughly disinfected and/or kept away from areas where it could cross contaminate with bacteria. Cheap brushes can also damage the toilet.
Toilet Cleaning ToolsEye and Hand Protection: Pros Even the most experienced toilet cleaner can occasionally splash water and or cleaner during a good scrubbing. Protect your eyes with goggles and your hands with gloves. This is one of the filthiest places in your home. You do not want the contents or the cleaner anywhere near your eyes and hands. Disposable Toilet Cleaning Systems: Almost every cleaning product company has some form of a disposable toilet cleaning system on the market. This systems allow you to have disposable prefilled cleaning heads, or automatic cleanser triggers that keep you from relying on a reusable brush and separate cleanser.
Toilet Cleaning ToolsPros These systems save time because there is little cleanup. The cleaning systems work fairly well, although toilets with staining may still need a brush.Cons Disposable cleaners and cloths arent friends to the environment. Paper Towels vs. Rags: Sometimes it seems as though the outside has become dirtier than the bowl. Using paper towels, rags, or sponges along with a spray cleaner will get the outside as gleaming as the bowl.
Toilet Cleaning ToolsPros Paper towels are able to be thrown away. There is no risk of contaminating other surfaces or laundry.Cons Paper towels arent the most environmentally friendly choice for cleaning. Use rags if you prefer, but wash right away in hot water. Otherwise, go with paper towels, and never use sponges.
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