Every time you clean your toilet, be grateful we no longer hang toilet brushes on a hook on the wall. Now you can store it in a toilet brush holder (that is, once you're done using it to clean your toilet from a safe distance away). You can even find a sleek one that matches your bathroom's design style and enjoy displaying that caddy in the corner. But before you wrap up your next toilet cleaning—don’t be in such a rush to stow that wet brush back in its container.
“Bacteria love moisture,” says Will Cotter, COO of FreshSpace Cleaning. “Storing [your toilet brush] wet in its holder can be a bit of an open invitation to the germs, and all that bacteria growth can lead to some unpleasant bathroom odors.”
Of course, it’s your bathroom, your rules, and while you can put that wet brush back in the canister if you really want to—don't.
«You really shouldn't because it's gross,» says Jessica Samson, cleaning expert at The Maids.
Instead, give it time to dry it out first. “Leave it between the seat and the toilet and let the brush air dry for at least an hour,” Samson says. “Once dry, you can then place it in the container.”
Now, a toilet brush wedged in between the seat and the bowl probably isn’t the design aesthetic you were going for in your bathroom. But it’s just a temporary eyesore, not to mention a necessary one.
Aside from undoing all the great work the brush just did to clean and sanitize your toilet bowl, if you put that wet brush back in the holder you are creating an excellent opportunity for mold or mildew to grow in your bathroom.
The way to stop this is to give it «breathing room,» says Cotter. Aside from the ick factor, mold can be a major health concern, he says.
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