A toilet seat is a component of the toilet designed to give comfort when using the toilet. The seat comes with a toilet cover hinged onto it.
The set is firmly attached to the cistern.
Your toilet seat may often be exposed to urine that lurks on and beneath the seat and gets smelly. If not thoroughly washed, this urine may evoke bacteria that may be transferred to family members.
Therefore it is important to clean the seat exhaustively in order to remove bacteria and bad odour.
Put on a pair of gloves.
Pour water on top of the toilet seat.
Mix some scouring powder in this case with washing powder and some little water to form a paste. Or mix some baking soda and white vinegar with little water to form a paste.
Wet the scouring pad.
Dab the scouring pad in the paste and start scrubbing the outer part of the toilet seat using small circular movements until it gets clean.
Put emphasis on the hinges.
Flip the toilet seat to clean the inner part.
Pour water on the flipped inner part of the toilet seat.
Wash the scouring pad and dab it again in the paste.
Scrub the inner part of the toilet seat until it gets clean.
Concentrate on the side where the urine lingers and around the seat grips.
Ensure that the bowl exterior where the toilet seat rests is thoroughly clean.
Rinse the toilet seat and the entire toilet.
Wipe the toilet seat with a clean damp cloth to remove the water.
Dry with a clean dry wiping cloth.
For a fresh clean toilet, clean your toilet daily.