Your toilet can get pretty dirty as anyone would know, and it’s very important to clean it out regularly, so it doesn’t get even dirtier. Your bathroom in general hosts quite a bit of bacteria, and the more you use it, the more it gets filthy. This will happen because we use our bathroom every day.
You should be disinfecting the toilet at least once a week.
We don’t realize it, but we obviously use the toilet often, which means we should be cleaning it often the right way. Here is how we should be cleaning our toilets:
Clean the inside of the toilet – It’s good to turn off the water and flush before cleaning. Use toilet cleaner and brush to scrub down the bowl. Make sure to scrub out the stains with the brush.
Clean the outside of the toilet – Yes, clean the entire toilet, not just the inside. Wipe down the tank and the outside of the toilet including the handle and toilet lid. Also, it’s recommended to clean the base and the back of the toilet because bacteria can build there.
Supplies You Need
You’re going to need disinfecting spray and wipes, paper towels, and cleaning gloves. Your toilet cleaner is the number one on the list that you will need. You can also make your own cleaner using white vinegar and baking soda.
Freedom Septic Service
At Freedom Septic Service, we provide septic system services for residential and commercial in Sykesville, MD. We want your septic system to be working properly and your bathroom and toilet to be as clean as possible. If you don’t pay attention to those things, problems can occur, which is never a good thing.
If you need any septic system services done, contact Freedom Septic Service at 410-795-2947 today to find out how we can help!
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