How do you remove the smell?
A simple method, as it turns out.
In the UK, the first step is to remove the paper.
That’s simple enough, but what about the smell inside?
There are a number of ways to eliminate that, but one of the simplest is to just wipe it clean.
A simple scrubbing and wiping of the inside of the paper can remove that “spook factor” that has been associated with toilet paper.
The Irish Times spoke to Dr. Michael Murphy, a toilet paper expert, who explained that the best way to do this is to rub a rag or paper towel over the inside and scrub it with your fingers to remove any traces of toilet tissue.
Then wipe the paper clean with a damp cloth.
The paper is so delicate, Dr. Murphy says, that if you scratch it or scrape it with a razor blade, it could break and release some bacteria that can cause a stinky, unpleasant odor.
The best way is to wipe it with dry towels and not use any soap.
If you’re using a disposable toothbrush, you’ll need to rinse it under the tap.
This will remove the dirt and dirt particles and leave the bristles and the bristled sides of the toothbrush clean and clear.
Dr. Murphy recommends a scrubbing with a cotton ball or soft towel.
It should also be used with a brush and wipe brush.
You may want to avoid a scrub brush, because it’s usually more sensitive and can damage the paper if you let it sit for too long.
If the bristling is clean and dry, it’s safe to use a disposable brush and not a regular toothbrush.
Dr. Michael also says to avoid using detergent or bleach.
He says that if the paper is a thick layer of fine, hard paper, it can be hard to clean up.
What about the stains?
While most people would probably not be concerned about the stinky residue, it does leave a little stain in the paper that can make the paper look a bit dirty.
The problem is, the more it’s exposed to the air, the less the stain can be removed.
Dr. Robert O’Connor, professor of chemical and biological engineering at the University of Cambridge, explains: “The more that it’s dry and exposed to air, it gets darker.
If it’s in a dry state, it won’t darken at all.”
Dr. O’Connors advice?
If you are worried about the possibility of discoloration, it is a good idea to clean the surface of the toilet paper, rather than using a scrubber.
The most common way to clean a paper surface is to use your fingers, and then wipe it dry with a wet towel.
You can also use a damp, clean cloth to wipe the surface with, but that leaves a residue that can be problematic if you wash the cloth in hot water.
So if you’re worried about your paper getting stained, you may want a dry, gentle scrubbing of the area.
Dr Murphy also recommends that if it’s an issue with the paper, you should wipe it again with a clean cloth.
If that’s not possible, just wipe the entire surface of it, rather that just the area where you’re wiping.
The other option is to rinse the paper with water.
This is important, because if the water gets on the paper it can cause it to become more difficult to clean, especially if it gets wet.
Dr O’Donnell says that you can do this with just a rag and a clean damp towel, or you can also just scrub with a soft cloth and use a toothbrush to clean it clean and smooth.
He recommends washing the paper in cold water, or in a water-soaked dish.
You can also try using a paper towel to scrub around the edges of the towel, which will also help remove any excess dirt.
Dr O’Connell says that the worst thing to do is to put a damp towel on a toilet seat, and leave it there for at least an hour, to see if it will dry.
If so, rinse with water, and do not rub the towel on the seat, because that can also damage the toilet seat.
Finally, it may be a good thing to use an antibacterial soap or detergent, which can be applied to the outside of the seat and the sides of it to help remove the soap and stain.
Do you use paper towels or toothbrushes to clean your toilet paper?