Warning: there are gr*phic, disgusting pictures below. If you
I am VERY, VERY lucky that we have 2 bathrooms in our house. The children are supposed to only use the hall bathroom; if you don't understand why, you
|YUCK! YUCK! YUCK!|
Last time Baby was having a bath, I thought, "I have TRIED and TRIED to clean this toilet so that it doesn't stink, and it just is not working! I should probably just buy a new toilet seat because this one is not coming clean no matter how much I scrub
I gathered my supplies:
|I was pretty certain that the BLEACH was going to be the key here. (It turned out that the GLOVES were also IMPERATIVE!)|
|Why, YES! It did improve my already-cheery mood to have to excavate the tool boxes before I could continue, why do you ask?|
|The MUCH LARGER screwdriver|
|Well! I do believe I've found the cause of the awful odor!|
After MUCH scrubbing, and many different bathroom cleaners (I think it was the Soft Scrub that finally did it, although baking soda probably would have worked (but the Soft Scrub included BLEACH)), BEHOLD THE CLEANLINESS!!
I also scrubbed the
*I* took the seat apart to clean it THIS TIME, just to see if it was possible. Guess who is going to get to take it apart and clean it next time? JUST AIM ALREADY!