How to make the perfect toilet mat for your bathroom – How to keep your toilet mats clean and dry

How to clean and keep your bathroom mats clean.

This is the most important tip I’ve found in regards to keeping your toilet mat clean and dried.

So, let’s start off with the basics, as this is going to be a very quick and easy tutorial, you can download the free checklist here.

Here’s what you’ll need: 1.

A towel.

I recommend a washcloth or similar cloth to make this a breeze.

2.

A clean cloth towel, as you’re going to need to clean your towels on a regular basis.

3.

A sponge or similar liquid.

You can buy some of these online, but you’ll also need a disposable one as well.

4.

A cloth cloth or a towel.

You’ll need to wash your towel, so it will help to wash it as well, and you can also use this as a towel to make a bedding for your toilet. 

5.

A piece of foam that fits in the corner of your towel.

6.

A few sheets of toilet paper.

7.

A small paintbrush, as it’s going to help to create the illusion of being able to wash the towels as well as the bedding.

8.

A sharpie, to mark the spot for the sponge.

9.

A ruler.

10.

A spray bottle.

11.

A large bowl, as your toilet paper will need to be wiped down with a damp cloth after each use.

12.

A paper towel.

13.

A toilet paper brush.

14.

A couple of matches. 

15.

A roll of toilet tissue.

16.

A bowl of hot water.

17.

A spoon or bowl.

18.

A pair of scissors.

19.

A box of tissues.

20.

A jar of dish soap.

21.

A little extra soap.

22.

A tiny jar of vinegar. 

23.

A bottle of rubbing alcohol.

24.

A cotton swab.

25.

A water bottle.

26.

A brush or a sponge. 

27.

A tissue bag. 

28.

A big box of toilet papers. 

29.

A bag of glue. 

30.

A sheet of bubble wrap. 

31.

A pillowcase or some other flat surface. 

32.

A bucket of warm water. 

33.

A plastic container. 

34.

A lot of toothpaste. 

35.

A trolley. 

36.

A long piece of tape. 

37.

A sticky note or pen. 

38.

A tape measure. 

39.

A note pad. 

40. A pencil. 

41.

A paintbrush. 

42.

A disposable toilet paper towel that’s not too soft or too stiff. 

43.

A bit of soap. 

44.

A washcloth. 

45.

A soft tissue. 

46.

A damp cloth towel. 

47.

A pen. 

  48.

A thread or needle. 

49.

A rubber band. 

50.

A screwdriver. 

51. A needle. 

  52.

A stick. 

53.

A toothbrush. 

  54.

A dry cloth towel or a plastic bowl. 

55.

A rag or cloth bag. 

  56.

A flannel bag.

  57.

A mask. 

58. A marker. 

59.

A spatula. 

60.

A wet towel. 

  61.

A tea towel.

62.

A newspaper. 

63.

A glass jar or a paper cup. 

64. A mirror. 

65.

A toy. 

66.

A soap and water. 

  67.

A flat surface for drying. 

68.

A kitchen towel.

  69.

A garden hose. 

70.

A hose clipper. 

71.

A spudger. 

72.

A can of paint. 

73.

A vacuum cleaner. 

74.

A hair dryer. 

75.

A fan. 

76.

A mower. 

77.

A dutch oven. 

78.

A pot. 

79.

A tin can. 

80.

A cauldron. 

81. A candle. 

82.

A nail clipper  83.

A sledgehammer. 

84. A wrench. 

85.

A razor blade. 

86.

A power drill. 

87.

A plumber’s saw. 

88.

A sawdust roller. 

89.

A blowtorch  90.

A hammer  91.

A torch  92. A battery  93.

A mini-vacuum cleaner  94.

A hoses hoses  95.

A broom  96. A dustpan  97. A lighter  98.

A flashlight  99.

A tube of glue  100.

A scrap of paper  101.

A sewing kit  102.

A pocket knife  103.

A magnifying glass  104.