Keeping your toilets clean is a must for any busy household. Keeping your toilet germ free can reduce a number of health risks.
An unclean toilet can commentate the rest of the bathroom leaving bacteria and germs to jump around freely. You must always leave the toilet seat down if not the invisible toilet germs can escape and surround your bathroom.
Here is my guide on how to do a proper job.
1 – Lift the toilet seat and start with cleaning the pan, make sure your pour your bleach or toilet cleaner right under the rim and let it run down the pan cleaning as it goes. Then with your toilet brush or if your brave enough get your hand stuck in (my preferred option) and scrub away covering the whole pan in the product. Then leave to soak for a few minutes.
2 – Whilst the pan is having a good soak with the bleach its time to focus on the seat and the outside of your toilet. Use a good disinfectant bathroom spray and a clean cloth and work from the top of your toilet and work your way down. Then with a fresh cloth and warm water rinse and buff the seat and the outside of the toilet.
3 – Time to go back to the pan, give it one last scrub before you flush.
4 – Add in some more toilet cleaner or bleach and leave.
5 – Add a toilet capsule to your cistern to ensure this part of your toilet is also being kept clean too. I tend to add a new one in weekly. These are great for keeping limescale at bay.
6 – I clean my toilets a lot but just remember if you keep on top of your cleaning it becomes much easier. Little and often is the key and remember the cleanliness of your home reflects the cleanliness of your lifestyle and keeps your family healthy.