So, you’ve decided the old toilet bowl has gotten dirty enough to merit a good cleaning, but you’re on your own for the first time and not sure quite how to go about it. So you scour the internet in search of instructions and come across this short article. Well, here you go. Now let’s get started by making sure you have all your supplies. You’ll need a toilet brush, toilet bowl cleaner, latex gloves or some other type and a rag or paper towels. bigdealhq.com is a great resource finding the cleaning tips and expert reviews of the cleaning items.
Ok, first, it’s a good idea to open a window and get some ventilation going on. (It’s usually not a good idea to breathe toilet cleaners.) Put on some latex, neoprene or vinyl gloves to protect your hands from the chemical cleaner and the ickiness that resides within. Get out your bathroom cleaner.
Make sure you follow all the instructions on the package because it can be a major health hazard if you don’t. For instance, Never use ammonia and bleach at the same time. They can react to form poisonous gases like chlorine and chloramine.
Exposure to these can cause irreversible lung damage or kill you! Safety check. Ok, now that you’ve read all the precautions get to cleaning. Flush the toilet to wet the bowl. Apply your powder or liquid toilet bowl cleaner in a generous amount. Let it set with the solution soaking in for a bit, say 5 minutes. Get out your toilet brush and scrub it all around the inside.
Make sure you get that nasty brown ring off. Flush the toilet and rinse the brush while the new water is coming in. Spray the rim and both sides of the seat and seat cover and the whole outside with disinfectant. Allow the disinfectant to set for a minute and kill all the germs. Wipe it down with a lint free rag or paper towels. Wait for me few minutes for the excess disinfectant to dry. Then use it to your butt’s content. And that’s how to clean a toilet.