You can clean the water chamber of your closet with handy PowerMax Toilet Brush Set.
You can clean theinner edges of your closet with handy PowerMax Toilet Brush Set.
You can clean the toilet bowl surface with handy PowerMax Toilet Brush Set.
Pour toilet cleaner in the bowl. Find a toilet cleaner that fits your needs and pour the recommended amount into the bowl. This specific measurement can be found on the container. Leave it alone for a minute or 2 so that it can do its job and remove germs from your toilet.
Scrub the inside of the bowl. Take the toilet brush, and start brushing the bowl thoroughly. Clean under the rim of the toilet seat, down in the main hole of the toilet, and around the edges of the bowl. Concentrate on scrubbing clean any stained areas.
Flush the toilet and rinse the brush. Pull or push the flush, and as the water flows into the bowl, rotate the brush in the water to clean it. Then, place the wet brush somewhere to dry.
Store your toilet brush. Be sure that the brush dries before storing it. Return the toilet brush to its container, and store it either in the bathroom, in a storage closet, or in another handy place. Keep it inaccessible to any pets or babies, as they may try to touch it.
Scrub your toilet at least once a week. This weekly upkeep will keep it clean and well maintained. If you notice that it is dirty, feel free to clean it more frequently.
Wipe down the exterior of the toilet. Keep the outside of the toilet clean by wiping it down with disinfectant wipes. Start at the top to prevent dripping on surfaces you have just cleaned. Wipe the outside lid of the toilet, and remember to wipe the seat of the toilet as well.
Wash your hands. Be sure to wash your hands with soap and water to prevent the spread of germs. This should be done after each cleaning.
Fill a bucket with hot water and add bleach. Add 2 cups (470 mL) of bleach to the water. Follow the instructions on the back of the bottle. For a more eco-friendly method, you can add washing soda crystals to the water instead of bleach.
Place the brush into the bucket to soak. Let the brush soak in the bleach for at least 1 hour. It could take up to 4 hours, so allow it extra time if needed.
If you notice that the brush isn’t clean after 1 hour, you could add more bleach or more crystals. Do not mix in more than an additional 1⁄2 cup (120 mL) of either.
Take the brush out and rinse it. Once clean, remove the brush from the bucket and rinse it under hot water. Replace your toilet brush in its holder. Your brush should be cleaned at least once each month.
Don’t forget to disinfect the sink or tub you use to rinse the brush when you’re done.