Recode is taking a look at some of the common cleaning tasks people might not think of as being toilet-related, such as cleaning toilet paper, wiping toilet paper with a cloth, and scrubbing toilet paper.
Read moreMatt Mullenwieg, Recode senior editor for technology and business, joined us to explain what it takes to clean toilets, why it can be a tricky job, and how to do it safely.
We wanted to know how common the job is, and what’s the best way to clean them, because most people probably think of toilets as being a thing that comes in toilet paper and wipes, and they think of it as a simple task, but it can actually be quite complex.
Matt explains that a lot of people don’t realize the fact that they need to actually get up, go to the toilet, take out your clothes, put on a pair of socks, and go to bed.
And then they do a couple of things.
One of those is you need to get a towel and wipe the toilet.
And the other is you have to scrub the toilet paper off the toilet seat.
The best way for most people to clean their toilets is to just wipe the paper off and put it back in the toilet and it will go away.
And if you put a wet towel on top of the paper, then you will actually be putting a lot more paper on top, and you’ll get a lot better results.
And if you’re in the house, then the next step is going to be to wipe the seat, but that’s the last thing you want to do.
So if you can just wipe and put the paper back, then that’s where you’re going to want to go, because it will help with the cleaning process.
Matt says that people are going to start to feel more comfortable and that the best thing to do is just go to work and get out of the house and take the toilet out and wipe it off.
And once you do that, you can actually just get out and go and scrub the seat and wipe.
If you have a dryer, or you have your computer, you’ll be able to turn the machine on and just use the wash cycle to clean the seat.
And you can also just wipe that paper and put in a cloth and go in the bathroom.
Matt is very concerned about the health effects of a lack of awareness around toilet cleaning, because if you have people coming in to the bathroom, and just taking a dump, then those chemicals are going in there, and then they are also going to have diarrhea.
And Matt’s concerned that some of those chemicals will cause cancer.
The other issue is people don “wash” their hands before going to the restroom.
And so if you wash your hands before getting into the bathroom and then you put them in the washing machine, that will wash off the bacteria, and that will also wash off all the chemicals.
So you will end up having a lot less bacteria in your hands.
And there are a lot fewer chemicals on the toilet so it won’t kill you.
Matt also has some questions about the safety of this.
When you go to your bathroom, do you wipe your hands off before you enter the bathroom?
Because that’s when you’re washing your hands, right?
And if not, is there any danger in that?
Because I was wondering if there is a risk in putting your hands on the sink.
And I’m thinking, I have to say, that sounds like a little risk.
You have to wipe your hand off and you can’t have the sink in there.
But there are also times when you can wipe it all off, and it doesn’t mean it’s going to go away, because once you’ve got the soap on, you will also be washing your hand down there, which is going into the sink and it is also going into your mouth.
So, is it safe?
Well, it depends on the person.
I would say the most people will just wipe off their hands and then go into the restroom and go into their room.
But some people are more likely to be able go into a bathroom and go wash themselves or put on some clothes.
And then some people will have to be more careful, because some people can actually have some really bad health effects if they do put their hands on their toilet seat or on the seat of their car, or their shoes.
So, you have some people that will be able do that and have really bad side effects.
Matt then takes a look into the science behind the research that shows the effects of hand washing, and whether it’s actually good for you.
So let’s go back to the topic of handwashing.
Matt begins by looking at the studies on handwashing, because you needn’t be an expert in the field of cleaning toilets to understand the impact that washing hands has on your health.