1) Focus on cleaning the bacteria in the toilet seat
32% of toilets have Shigella, one of which is called "Sonnei", which can survive on the toilet seat for up to 17 days; another experimental report also pointed out that 100 million polioviruses were put into In the toilet, there were as many as 3,000 viruses splashed on the seat. At the same time, many people like to put a flannel washer on the toilet in winter, which makes it easier to absorb, retain and excrete pollutants, and is more likely to spread diseases.
The places with such serious pollution are precisely the "closest" contact with people's skin, so it is necessary to focus on cleaning and wipe with diluted household disinfectant every one or two days. As for the cloth gasket, it is best not to use it. If it must be used, it should be cleaned and disinfected frequently. If you can, change to a toilet with antibacterial function and splash-proof design.
2) Clean the dirt in the toilet in time
The toilet is easily contaminated with urine stains, feces and other dirt. If you find that there are still residues left after flushing, you must clean it with a toilet brush in time, otherwise it is easy to form macular stains, and it will also breed mold and bacteria. Except near the pipe mouth, the water outlet at the inner edge of the toilet and the outside of the base are places where dirt and dirt are stored. When cleaning, first lift the toilet seat, and spray the inside with toilet cleaner. After a few minutes, use the toilet brush to thoroughly brush it again. , It is best to use a brush with a thin tip, which can better clean the inner edge of the toilet and the depth of the pipe opening. Then brush the base and other crevices.
3) Try not to set up a wastebasket by the toilet
Usually, you can also place a gradually dissolving automatic toilet cleaner in the water tank or hang a wall-mounted disinfection plug to achieve the effect of cleaning, descaling, disinfection and sterilization through each flush.
Most households will have a wastebasket next to the toilet to store used toilet paper, but this will cause bacteria to spread with the air, because few people can clean it at any time, at least one or two days, and the longer the time. , the more bacteria grow.
The toilet paper should be thrown into the toilet and flushed away. As long as it is not too thick and tough, toilet paper generally softens quickly in the water, so there is no need to worry about clogging. When necessary, you can prepare a sanitary bag, and there is no need to set up a waste paper basket. If you must use it, choose one with a lid to prevent the spread of bacteria, and dispose of used toilet paper in time.
4) The toilet brush should be kept clean and dry
The toilet brush is what keeps your toilet clean, however, it can also be a source of pollution if you don't pay attention to cleaning and drying. Every time after brushing the dirt, the brush will inevitably be stained with dirt. It is best to rinse it with water again, rinse it off, drain the water, spray with disinfectant, or soak it with disinfectant regularly, and put it in a suitable place .
Experts suggest that it is best to hang the toilet brush, not in a corner or in an airtight container.