Toilet Cleaning? Myths busting and truth uncovering.
Easy ways to clean your toilet
Today, I’d like to talk about cleaning toilets. Did you know that people on average spend anywhere between 1 hour 25 minutes to 1 hour and 45 minutes per week in the toilet? So, I think it’s fair to say that if we spend more than an hour a week in the toilet, we can spend 10 minutes a week to clean it, right? Cleaning the toilet shouldn’t send shivers along your spine. Trust me it’s not that hard.
Now, to put your mind at ease did you know that average laptop keyboard has 10 times more germs than your toilet seat? Still not at ease? How about if I tell you that door handle has 7 times more germs, switches have 3 times, and smart phones and TV remote controllers have 10 times more germs?
I know this article is about cleaning toilets but since I mentioned all this stuff about germs on your everyday items, you should clean them too. Some sanitizer will do it.
So, let’s start with the tools that you’ll need to clean your toilet. You will need:
A pair of rubber gloves.
Toilet bowl cleaner
Toilet bowl brush
When you start cleaning your toilet, you should start from top to bottom. Btw, when you do any sort of cleaning you should focus on the order of things. So, the right order is from top to bottom, and from left to right. Starting from the top will save you time and effort because when you start from the top all the dirt, dust and stains will flow down to the bottom. This way you don’t have to clean the same area twice. And moving from left to right will help you to stay more organized and things will get done faster.
So, first put on your rubber gloves. Close the toilet lid and spray all-purpose cleaner from top to bottom. Spray it on and under the toilet seat, and don’t forget the toilet base. When you spray all-purpose cleaner, don’t start wiping and cleaning right away. You see, when you use any sort of cleaning supplies you have to give them time to work. Meanwhile, just grab the toilet bowl cleaner and put it under the rim. Don’t put on too much of it. That’s another common mistake. Quantity doesn’t mean quality. Also when you put a lot of cleaning liquids, then you have to spend more time rubbing and wiping them from the surface.
Now grab some paper towels and start wiping your toilet. We’ll start from the top and work our way down to the bottom. Start wiping from left to right, and change your paper towels often. Pay extra attention to toilet lids and handles. Clean to the toilet base.
Use a cleaning brush or toothbrush for hard to reach areas like hinges and junctures. Spray disinfectant onto your toilet seat and handles.
Next step, take your toilet brush and brush your toilet bowl. We let the toilet bowl cleaner sit there for all this time, so it can break down any limescale, stains, and bacteria. Since we cleaned and disinfected our toilet, just flush the water and rinse your brush. To dry the brush off, simply leave it under the toilet seat for a couple of minutes.
If you have baking soda at your home, you can use it to keep to toilet fresh and clean. Before you go to bed just sprinkle about 2 tablespoons of baking soda on your toilet. Let it stay there for a whole night and do its thing. In the morning, just flush the water down the toilet and if you notice any rings building up just give it a quick 5-second scrub.
One more tip before we finish this article. When you flush the water in your toilet, make sure to close the lid before you do that. Every time you flush the water in the toilet a lot of bacteria, germs, and other nasty things come up into the air and settle on many different things. Ugh… I just don’t want to think about all the places where they can settle. So, let’s not imagine all those possibilities and just keep the lid closed when we flush.
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