This is a funny toilet article about the importance of eliminating toxic chemicals from your home. One of the places we use toxic chemicals the most is in cleaning the bathroom toilet and if you have more than one, the bathroom toilets. How dangerous this is for you and for any children in your household. These chemicals can harm us dreadfully if misused. The smell when you put them in the toilet lets everyone in the house know that you are cleaning the toilet.
That is why I am writing about Watkins natural toilet cleaner. This cleaner is completely plant based and toxic free very septic tank safe. It just seems to me that writing about toilet stuff is funny. No one really wants to be bothered with this chore, but it is easy if you have the right stuff. I once worked with a young mother who was so passionate about the toilet cleaner from Watkins that she went door to door selling the toilet cleaners and a brush. She started with something that most people would find funny toilet humor, but she didn't, and managed to make a very profitable business from that base. You could call her the funny toilet entrepreneur!
There are cleaners, with heavy bleach in them, that you can put into your toilet tank, and they will keep it sparkling and some even turn the water blue so you know when they run out. Using these chemicals can damage your toilet tank operating system so that you experience more toilet repairs. With natural plant based cleaners you avoid this problem.
How do you clean a toilet quickly and easily and so that it emits a lemon fragrance while cleaning? Well, you get Watkins toilet cleaning solution and hold the bottle pointing under the rim and just go around the bowl while slightly pressing on the plastic jar so that it emits a solution. Then you move over to your sink and use some Watkins tub and tile cleaner to clean the sink with a paper towel. When you have the wash bowl and faucet sparkling, you go back to the toilet with brush in hand and start by moving the brush around under the rim, then cleaning the toilet bowl itself being sure to get all the crevices in the bottom. I then take the brush and wash the top of the toilet rim, under the seat.
Then I wash the under the seat rim with the brush. Then I take the paper towel I probably used to clean my washbowl, and wash the top of the seat and the bottom and top of the cover. After that I take the towel and wash the outside of the toilet. When done, I put the towel in the toilet and flush. I can do this whole procedure in 5 - 10 minutes including a quick swipe on the floor. I try to do it once a week, but to be honest, I will admit, that I sometimes wait until I can no longer stand the hard water build up inside the toilet.
I have read articles that say a toilet isn't clean until you Flam bay it with alcohol. What is flam bay your asking, right? Well it is when you put alcohol on a rag and spread it around the inside of your toilet bowl and then you light it on fire. I tried this once, but didn't have much success, and I was worried because sometimes I get carried away with stuff, and I could burn the house down. I don't find flam baying necessary since I watched a TV show where they tested toilets for bacteria, and the toilet clean was freer of bacteria than the wash bowl clean. Just attests to the need for doing good hand washing and keeping the toilet and sink clean.
Well, I hope that you acquired a great desire to get some natural plant based toilet cleaner. If you have try out the Watkins lemon smelling cleaner on my web page.
Mr. Keith Johnson is senior toilet cleaner specialist at Appraisal Network of Minnesota (reputed toilet cleaner specialist company since 1998), Inc. 21775, St. Paul, MN 55121, Please fix an appointment 651-765-0582/651-905-9304 or www.appraisalnetmn.com