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The tip that "makes the bathroom smell wonderful" draws harsh reviews - Walla! Home and decor

2020-01-27T22:25:16.445Z

A tip from some cleaning patients who revealed how to make the bathroom smell great with every ounce made a lot of people come out against it and claim it was just a problem: "Stay with products ...



The tip that "makes the toilet smell wonderful" draws harsh reviews

A tip from some cleaning patients who revealed how to make the bathroom smell great with every ounce made a lot of people come out against it and claim it was just a problem: "Stay with products designed for the toilet, it will end with a plumber phone"

The tip that "makes the toilet smell wonderful" draws harsh reviews

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One of the most difficult and difficult tasks among household chores is cleaning the toilet. Even when you have already finished cleaning the toilet with a bleach, the last thing you want to do is start cleaning the toilet bowl too (the "Niagara" as it is called in the vernacular).

Nevertheless, there is probably a way that would make the task at least awful, which a cleaning patient group posted on a Facebook group dedicated to gnockeys tips that they began to add laundry detergent to the water in the toilet tank to add scent with every drop of water. One user wrote: "Add a glass of laundry detergent in the toilet bowl, and it will sink to the bottom. Each time you lower the water, a sweet aroma will be released, and the entire bathroom will smell amazing."

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The post garnered thousands of likes on Facebook and over 17,000 comments from users who were determined to know how it worked. However, there were members of the group who were not so convinced of the effectiveness of the tip.

While some responders were excited about pregnancy and some even claimed to do it regularly, some were less than enthusiastic: "You see what a mess it leaves in the washing machine, it's obviously a bad idea, it's not for me," one wrote, adding: "You're done with Phone for plumber, which is expensive. Leave with products designed for services. " A third concluded: "There is no way I am doing this. It will get stuck somewhere along the way. Look how much dirt it leaves on the designated shelf in the washing machine."

Another user wondered "why on earth would you want your toilet to smell like a fabric softener? It's awful" and then wrote: "I'm left with the detergent that comes in the clip attached to the toilet, thank you. The conditioner will leave a slimy streak and will probably clog the tubes of the toilet in the long run. ".

One member of the group who happens to be a plumber explained why this tip should only be used if required and recycled: "It can have the same effect as pouring cooking oil into your drainage pipes! In fact, the conditioner helps clothes feel softer because it leaves a lot of chemicals on our clothes "That's what we put into our pipes! Even if it's labeled 'safe,' it may be fine for one use, but not for excessive use over time," he explained.

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Even Ashley Halt, who owns a plumbing company, was less impressed: "It can certainly damage the water tank. Nothing should be put in there. The gaskets, etc. are not designed to handle anything except water," she told the Daily Mail. About this tip at all. Sometimes parts cannot even be replaced and a brand new water tank is needed. "

Source: walla

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