You are in the washroom, washing off your makeup, cleaning your earlobes and using a wet wipe. What do you do with then? Surely, like most people, you throw them in the toilet. Unfortunately, some products should never go there. What you don’t realize is that there are products in your bathroom that can so effectively clog the toilet that you will only have problems because of it. Today we will dispel all doubts. Here are 8 things that under no circumstances should be thrown into the toilet.
#1 Moist Wipes
Even wipes labeled as soft, can’t be safely flushed down the toilet. It should never get there as a matter of fact They can clog up the sewage system to such an extent that they can damage equipment in the long run!
#2 Pantyliners and Tampons
If you haven’t read the posted information on the package, you need to be aware that when exposed to water, tampons and sanitary pads increase their volume and cause them to get stuck in a certain place in the tube.
#3 Paper Towels
They are made of materials that are much more durable than toilet paper, they just don’t disintegrate fast enough to be flushed safely.
Like baby wipes, they lead to problems in sewage systems around the world. This material resists water and pressure, so they won’t spontaneously dissolve in the toilet.
Are there really people who think diapers can be flushed down the toilet!
#6 Ear Buds
You think to yourself that they are small enough to flush down the toilet without a problem. Nothing could be further from the truth! What about the plastic part with cotton on it!
#7 Contents of the Litter Box
This seems quite logical, after all, it is also waste, but nothing could be further from the truth. This should not come into contact with water, because not only will it be difficult to flush the contents, but they will not dissolve, and you will contribute to the spread of harmful bacteria in the oceans and rivers.
If you see your shower getting clogged from them, what makes you think things will be any different in the toilet! Think about it!