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How to Clean an Elevated Toilet Seat

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An elevated toilet seat can sometimes create a unique cleaning situation. Here are some ideas about how to clean an elevated toilet seat.


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September 4, 2017

I have an elevated toilet seat because I have trouble sitting all the way down. That said, I also have trouble in getting myself clean. I have several illness issues. Not to tell my business, but I do the best I can with what I've got. The seat is stained and it won't come off. I've used SOS pads and Mr. Clean eraser. I also clean when it has gotten soiled. Any ideas appreciated.


September 4, 20170 found this helpful
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Materials needed:
Rubber Gloves
Scrub Brush

Step 1
Fill the bucket with water and add your bleach. Use one part bleach to three parts water.

Step 2
Remove the plastic toilet seat and submerge it in the bucket.

Step 3
Allow the seat to soak in the bleach water for several minutes.

Step 4
Use rubber gloves and a scrub brush to scrub the toilet seat.

Step 5
Repeat the soaking and scrubbing until the seat is clean and the stains are removed.

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September 4, 20170 found this helpful

Step 1
I would spray water all over the seat.

Step 2
Put Barkeepers Friend on a sponge.


Step 3
Use an old toothbrush to scrub the stains.

Step 4
Spray with water to rinse.

Step 5
Wipe dry with old towel.

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September 4, 20170 found this helpful

It's recommended not to use any harsh chemicals on an elevated toilet seat, because theres a special wax or seal on it.

I'd try making a natural bleach and using warm water. Here's a good natural bleach you can give a try.

Reference: http://dontwast  ach-alternative/

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September 4, 20170 found this helpful

Use lysol toillette bowl cleaner the liquid.

Step 1
Dump some lysol cleaner around the stain.

Step 2
Leave on 1 hour.

Step 3
Wipe off the stains will be gone.

Good luck!

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