Toilet bleaching is one of the dirtiest jobs in the house, which most people will avoid if they can. Leaving the toilet to accumulate filth leads to excessive grime buildup, which over time becomes harder to remove. Most of the best cleaning products include harsh chemicals, which can become harmful if incorrectly used.
Which toilet cleaners should you avoid mixing?
Toilet cleaners include abrasive chemicals which are harmful on their own.
For example, bleach can irritate the skin, lungs and eyes, and cause a litany of other health problems.
Together with other products, they pose even more danger and can create new states of matter.
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While most people are more likely to use them on their sink rather than their toilet, drain cleaners can also be dangerous.
On their own, they can cause rashes or burns on the skin, and their fumes are also dangerous to inhale.
Mixing them can release chlorine gas and other harmful byproducts.