I have been told my toilet smells. I’d like to rationalize the fact to “I don’t want to use toxic chemicals that could hurt the pets...” but that’s only a partial truth. The real reason is because I am lazy when it comes to stopping smelly toilets. Not messy, mind you. Just really, REALLY lazy. Looking back on my previous living arrangements I found that the only way my bathroom was ever cleaned was because (a) I had a mother, (b) we had new pledges at the Fraternity House, or (c) I had a gracious girlfriend/or maid who cleaned my bathroom. I know. I’m a pig...Nevertheless, I still have pets and I care about them, so how do I clean my bathroom without harming my furry children? Here are five steps to accomplishing this, even though it gives me more work.
We have pets and when one of our sinks clog, it is always a concern that one of our cats or our dog will decide to become curious and taste the drain cleaner that we’ve used. These highly toxic substances can be very harmful, not only to the animals, but to ourselves. We looked everywhere and finally found a natural way to unclog our sinks that won’t hurt our pets. If you have any other suggestions, please feel free to contact.