Fast and Easy Toilet Bowl Cleaning for Busy People

Just a blip on the easiest and fastest way to clean your toilet. With caveats of course. If you have a family, or a lot of people using your toilet, this may be a method you want to skip. However, if only one or two people use your toilet, you may find this method works really well for you.

Not a lot to it. You should already have everything you need. You will need a pair of chemical resistant gloves, bottle of your favorite bleach, toilet brush, and a cleaning cloth. If there is anything in the toilet bowl except water, you will need to flush the toilet and let it refill.

Fastest and easiest Toilet Cleaning Method

1. Put on the gloves.

2. Pour the recommended amount of bleach into the toilet bowl. You are probably going to add bleach to about a quart of water, so less than 1/4 cup is all you need. You want to clean your toilet, not fumigate the whole house.

3. Wet the rag with the bleach water. Wring out excess bleach water. Wipe down the outside surface of the toilet, starting with the cleanest areas first (tank, seat and lid). If needed, rinse your cleaning cloth in toilet bowl, and wring out. Wipe the outside surface of the toilet bowl.

4. Set the cleaning cloth aside for a moment to pick up the toilet bowl brush. Scrub the inside of the bowl slowly – you don’t want to splash. Wipe up any water on the top of the bowl surface.

5. Flush the toilet. At this point, you can rinse the cleaning cloth in the now clean toilet bowl, or wherever you rinse out your cleaning cloths.

If you have never had cats or dogs in the house, or know someone who does, this might seem like a questionable way to clean your toilet. Every dog and cat that I have have had, frequently drank from the toilet bowl. Cats prefer the smell over stagnant water in there bowl. All of them lived a long, healthy life. The toilet bowl itself doesn’t get too dirty if you stay up with it.

This cleaning method has the advantage, of not having a bucket of bleach water to contend with. Everything is self contained in the toilet bowl. The time savings come from not using a bucket, pouring out the used bleach water into the toilet, flushing the toilet, rinsing the bucket, and putting it to dry.

Okay, the time savings are not ginormous or so it seems. However if you clean your toilet once a week, and save about a minute or so each week, you have about an extra hour in your life for something that makes you happy.