1 The flange of the toilet and the pipe mouth are not tightly sealed, which is one of the culprit of odor. When installing, the material should be embedded with grease and other materials in front of the drain outlet. If the interface is sealed, the odor may be emitted from the floor tiles.
2 The bottom sealant of the toilet is not tight, causing the smell to return.
3 The floor tiles around the toilet are not tightly sewn, and the smell is returned.
4 The toilet lid is not tightly sealed, causing the smell to return.
5 See if the water seal of the toilet is enough. Generally, after the toilet water is washed, there is a certain water seal to ensure the isolation of the pipeline. If the water seal is broken, you have to change the toilet at this time.
6 When installing, there is no good sealing and sealing of the sewage pipe and the toilet outlet, and it is easy to have odor to run out.
1The floor tiles around the toilet are empty, first repair the empty floor tiles.
2 Use glass glue to make a circle on the bottom edge of the toilet to keep it sealed.
3 Cover the toilet cover in time after going to the toilet.
4 Always flush the toilet with water, so that there is no stagnant water or degraded water in the trap.
5 Use the toilet to clear the agent: During the interval, you can pour the appropriate amount of toilet into the toilet, cover the toilet cover for a while, then rinse with water to keep the toilet open.
6 A small cup of balsamic vinegar can be placed in the toilet and the smell will disappear. It is valid for six or seven days and can be changed once a week. Or dry the residual tea leaves and put them in the toilet or ditch to burn them, which can eliminate the stench.