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Discussion in 'Forum for Polls' started by webdog, Dec 29, 2007.
I voted for other. I don't clean it until the Environmental Protection Agency declares it a disaster area and then have them pay to clean it up. :laugh: :laugh:
Cleaning lady does it, not sure how
I prefer the pads that go on the wand that you flush. It just seems so unhygienic to have the brushes sitting around. But then again, I would toss a bunch of bleach in the bowl, swish it around with the brush then let the brush sit in the bleach water in the bowl so they were pretty disinfected anyway.
I use a brush and bleach, but I think I'll try some of those disposable thingys.
Interesting topic. Makes me feel a little flush.
I thought of it today on my hands and knees cleaning our toilets...
"how would those on the BB be doing this"
What a guy!
So, how do you clean yours?
Apparently he prays first on his hands and knees.......
Simply toss in a cat, close the lid and flush at least three times. Believe me, it will be scrubed cleaner than any commercial cleaner can do. CAUTION: Do not be anywhere near the bathroom when the cat figures out how to open the lid!:applause:
Saggywoman got it correct. I'm on all fours, hugging and scrubbing that sucker by hand. Sometimes I even use something beside my bare hands!
Eewww! Remind me to NEVER shake your hand! :laugh:
I use Clorox 'mints' in the tank and when one needs to be replaced, I use the brush and Clorox cleaner before I put the new 'mint' into place.
That is for the inside...the outside gets cleaned with Clorox wipes on my hands and knees praising God that I don't have to do this very often. LOL
I call webdog. :laugh:
Your name brought a thought to mind. Are we looking for toilet cleaning reformation in this thread? :laugh: Maybe the Martin Luther of toilet cleaning?
I'm glad I have one, we have had to live without one.
I am nailing 99 proclamations on the bathroom door as I type. :laugh: :thumbs:
I hear you, Donna. We had an outhouse in the back yard the whole time I was growing up (it had to be moved every year). And WE lived in the CITY... :BangHead:
I think it's sweet of you to take care of the house chores while your wife is on bedrest, webdog. Good for you!
I did pretty much the same as this in the past. I can't tolerate chemicals/bleach anymore so I get hubby, daughter or son to do it and they prefer to use one of the under the rim spray job thingies. But whatever you do, people, please close the lid before each flush when "using"!!!! :wavey: