Keeping your toilet seat clean is vital. It’s the first thing you see when going to use the toilet and it’s also the part of the toilet that comes into contact with the people who use it. Urine and other stains on your toilet seat can build up and make your toilet seat look unhygienic, even if it is cleaned and sanitised properly.
Here’s what you’ll need to get started:
- Rubber gloves
- A clean scratch free sponge
- An old toothbrush
- A non-bleach spray
Start with a non-bleach spray, such as Harpic Bathroom Cleaner Spray. A non-bleach spray, Harpic Bathroom Cleaner Spray, provides a tough clean and is perfect for removing unwanted stains on your seat.
Before you start, open any doors and windows to make sure the room is well ventilated and if possible, turn on a fan to create a good airflow. Then follow these steps:
- Spray the non-bleach spray solution on and under the seat and the lid.
- Leave it to sit for 1 minute. Then scrub the seat down with a clean sponge.
- Repeat as many times as necessary.
Important: Always read the label before you use the product.
Don’t forget the hinges. Once you’ve finished with the seat and the lid, it’s time to move onto the hard-to-reach places like the hinges:
- Close the toilet seat and lid.
- Spray around the hinges and leave for 1 minute.
- Use the old toothbrush to clean the hinges and get deep into those hard-to-reach places.
- Wipe down with a clean, damp towel.
Depending on the severity of the stains on your toilet seat, repeat the steps above as many times as necessary.