Jan 24, 2013

Idiot’s Guide to Cleaning a WC

Cleaning a “WC,” or toilet on a regular basis is pretty incredibly important. This is because your WC is one of the areas in your home that is most likely to build up bacteria over time. If you try your method a few times, you’ll be likely to build up a routine and a constant cleaning of your WC will seem like second nature and not tedious or anything. Cleaning a toilet is really easy. It’s not like you need any special training to learn how to clean a toilet, just a few cleaning materials, and a quick guide.

If you’re still not convinced, consider how gross the WC can look over time, and how bad it will continue to look in the long run. It also will smell bad, and only continue to smell worse over time if you don’t do something about it. If you want to get started, the steps include-

1) Get rid of all items around the toilet. If you have anything stacked on top of the toilet like shampoo, toilet paper, cleaning crèmes, or anything else, you’ll want to get rid of these items first.

2) Get some clean gloves to put on. Make sure they are either the kind you get from the package right away, or that you’ve cleaned them before using so you don’t accidentally add any contaminants from a previous job. Use a sponge with hot water and wipe all around the top of the tank, including the seat, base, and the outside of the bowl area. This is important since it will keep dirt from blocking the cleaning supplies you use later.

3) Use a toilet bowl cleaner product inside the bowl. It’s a good idea to read the instructions on the product you’re using here. Make sure you spread the cleaning stuff around the entire surface area inside the bowl. The instructions will likely involve letting the cleaning fluid sit for a while to do its thing.

4) Use a toilet brush to clean the inside of the bowl. This can take a while and it can be a bit of hard work, but all of that crust should come off eventually.

5) Keep cleaning as you flush the toilet. As the water drains, you should be able to get the brush down into the drain and get the rest of the crust down there. It also helps wash away everything that you’ve cleaned so far. It’s sort of a convenient waste removal system.

6) Disinfect the outside of the toilet with disinfectant spray. Make sure you get the handle of the toilet as well, since this is a common area for germs to spread around. You’ll want to use something like a paper towel, cloth, rag or other material to get the cleaning done and then wipe it clean.

7) Disinfect the area nearby. This could include the tiles near the floor, the walls, the side of the bathtub, or anything else that might catch germs from the toilet or that you might as well clean since you’re here. You’re done!

Written by Mark, who have researched about toilets and storage units that are not cleaned in the bathroom. He strongly recommends to keep bathroom clean to live a healthy and a hygienic life.
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