How To Properly Clean A Toilet
Get Rid Of all belongings from all around the toilet. Cleaning a toilet is a messy job for anyone and there's always the chance of slapping cleaner or toilet water outside of the toilet. Remove all excess items from around the toilet and on the tank lid. Don't forget to remove anything on top of the tank to prevent dropping items into the bowl during cleaning.
Flush the toilet with the lid down to prevent splashing or spraying. Add gel cleanser to the toilet bowl.
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 outside of the bowl. Start with the sides and front before cleaning the bottom edges of the toilet where it meets the floor. Now is also a good time to quickly mop the floor around the toilet, which may also be dirty.
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 cleaner. 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. Wipe the entire seat with a cloth moistened with clean water to remove any traces of bleach or chemicals from the sitting surface.
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 drain hole opening at the bottom of the toilet bowl. Flush the toilet with the lid down.
If the toilet bowl has brown or reddish rust or mineral stains, scrub the porcelain with baking soda or a commercial product, such as Lime-Away or Rust-Away. Some people advise pouring a can of cola into the bowl, scrubbing and rinsing, then mixing in vinegar to the toilet bowl water to dissolve any remaining stains.
Make sure you have flushed the toilet first before working on rust stains, as the rust-cleaning products may react with the chemicals in the general-purpose cleanser. Make sure to flush the bowl with the lid down after this scrubbing, as well.
To finish up, clean up any drips of cleanser or water that may have occurred, put away tools and trash, and replace any items you removed on or around the toilet.
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