In the age of high-tech toilets and flushable toilet paper, it’s no surprise that many bathrooms have been replaced by flushable toilets.
But what about a toilet which has sat in a bathroom for so many years that it can no longer be cleaned?
We’ve been told by many people that if you flush the toilet you’re wasting your money and that’s why we’ve heard of toilets which leak, leaky filters, and the like.
But the truth is there are a few things you can do to keep a toilet in good condition.
This article will give you some tips on how to keep your toilet clean and keep it in good health.1.
Replace the toilet with a toilet seat that’s flushable.
If you’re a regular user of the toilet, it might not be something you’re going to want to replace with a flushable seat.
This can be because the seat has been sitting in the toilet for a long time, or because the toilet seat is old and has mould or bacteria that has caused it to leak.
If you’re using a toilet for the first time, make sure that the seat is flushable, and you can’t flush it with a hose.
If the seat leaks or you have mould or bacterial growth on the seat, then replace the toilet.2.
Check the toilet bowl for any debris.
If there’s a problem with the bowl or bowl threads, use a piece of string to push the bowl into the toilet to check for debris.3.
Clean the toilet using a soft cloth or sponge.
You can use a sponge or a soft cotton cloth to clean the bowl and toilet seat.
You’ll want to wipe the bowl clean with a damp cloth or a damp sponge, and then use a soft towel to wipe away the excess water.
If anything gets on the bowl, wash it with water and dry it off.4.
Clean a toilet bowl using a brush or a towel.
The brush will help to get any excess water off the bowl.
Use a towel to help clean off any debris or stains.5.
Wash the toilet in hot water.
You don’t need to water the toilet after you flush it, but if it is sitting in a hot toilet, you should water it.
Wash it in hot, clear water to help remove any mould or other debris from the bowl threads.
If it’s not rinsing with cold water, use warm water to remove any mold or other water-borne contaminants.6.
Wash a toilet from the outside using a dishwasher.
This is a bit of a grey area, but some toilets do have an inside-out washing mechanism.
If so, wash the toilet from both sides by using the dishwasher with the top on and the bottom on.
This will allow the toilet material to wash out from the inside.7.
If your toilet bowl is leaking or you’re concerned about mould, use an aerator to remove water from the toilet water.
This aerator will help keep the toilet fluid from dripping and sticking to the surface of the bowl when you flush.
If this doesn’t work, you can use an electric sprayer to gently spray the water from a hose or an old towel to the inside of the drainpipe.8.
Wash your toilet with toilet paper.
If a toilet has mould, you’ll need to wash the bowl with toilet tissue paper to remove the mould.
You may also need to spray the toilet paper with some cleaning fluid, but this will not remove the water.9.
Clean your toilet using lint-free paper towels.
Lint-proof paper towels will help you avoid mould or water that could cause damage to the toilet’s threads and bowl threads when you wash the stall.10.
Replace your toilet seat if it’s leaking.
If water has come out of your toilet, replace the seat.
If there’s mould or corrosion on the toilet seats, you may need to replace the seats.
If mould has been left behind, you could use an old seat.
It’s a good idea to check that the toilet is flush and clean the seat before replacing it.
If no mould has broken out of the seat and you haven’t noticed the water in the seat bowl, then you may be able to remove it using a damp towel or a cotton cloth.