Bidets and Toilets – Care and Maintenance


Like most fixtures in your home, proper cleaning and maintenance will prolong the life of your toilets and bidets.


  • Don’t use the type of toilet cleaning products that go inside the tank. Some of these products may also clog the holes in the rim of the toilet, preventing a strong flow of water and a strong flush. They can even void the warranty on a new toilet.
  • Use regular non-abrasive bathroom cleaners for a thorough cleaning of all vitreous china or cast iron products with porcelain finishes. Avoid using cleaners with abrasives in them. They will scratch the finish and over time will cause your plumbing fixtures to lose their shine.


Keeping your toilets in good working order is easy if you follow these few rules:

  • Never flush facial tissue, sanitary products, or diapers down your toilet. These products do not dissolve and can clog your drains.
  • Never flush baby wipes down your toilet. Most baby wipes are described as “disposable” not “flushable.”
    • To see how well the toilet flushes.
      • Do you need to hold the handle down for a longer time to get the toilet to flush?
      • Do you have to jiggle the handle to stop the water from running?
    • Test the toilet for leaks by putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank.
    • The overflow pipe in the toilet tank. Inspect the tank and bowl for cracks or leaks.

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