I wonder how many custodian’s walk into the women’s washroom to do their regular clean…
How to Clean a Toilet Properly
In honour of World Toilet Day today, I thought I would do something a little different from my regular posts. World Toilet Day is an initiative spearheaded by the United Nations to raise awareness around the lack of sanitation access worldwide.
In North America, we’re extremely lucky to have access to restrooms complete with sinks, toilets, soap dispensers, hand dryers and more. It’s hard to imagine a world without restrooms, but the reality is over 2.5 billion people worldwide don’t have access to toilets, despite the human right to water and sanitation.
The UN is encouraging people to say thank you to their toilets today and I’ve got just the solution in mind — what better way to say “thank you” than some tender loving care for those bowls that do so much for us?
Let’s get started with my how to-video on toilet cleaning.
The Proper Way to Clean a Toilet
For more on World Toilet Day and to learn how you can contribute to the cause, visit the UN’s website.
If you’re looking for other toilet cleaning tips, check out this blog post on how to clean toilet bowl rings with a pumice stone.
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‘Til next time, keep it clean!
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Great tool to use to clean out the toilet holes under the rim—-a bicycle spoke. The end is threaded to make cleaning much easier, you can bend it into any shape that helps, and it’s CHEAP and lasts forever. New spoke at a bike shop–about a buck, or use one out an old wheel if you have one.
Ha haaaaaa love this and want to use it when training staff next year.