I love Lysol Disinfecting Wipes for one reason: They make toilet clean up a snap for children. Any age child can be shown how to use a wipe to clean the toilet handle and lid, on top and underneath. Then, fold that same wipe and do the seat. Toss that one in the trash and with a new one, wipe underneath the seat, fold, and wipe along the rim of the bowl.
Wah-lah! A clean, disinfected toilet. The only problem is that the wipes are expensive. So, I make my own.
I use good thick paper towels. (I can usually find Bounty or Viva for 99 cents a roll.) I use 10 paper towels and cut them in half, then fold each half in half. I set those aside and mix 1/2 cup vinegar with 1/2 cup water and add about a tablespoon of Pine-Sol. I put the mixture in one of those plastic containers with a lid that is meant for keeping sandwiches fresh. I put the paper towels in slowly, letting them soak up the solution. I pour off any excess liquid (saving it, of course) and seal up the wipes.
These are stored in the bathroom to make daily toilet clean up quick and easy for my children.
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