That's is a good queston. I used to just dump it down the toilet, but maybe there's a better way. Now, I used the swiffer wetjet so there's no need for dumping any water.
Either dumping it down the toilet or pouring it into a drain outside works for me.
I wonder if there are negative environmental effects of either approach. I tend to dump it outside or down the sink, but I'm not sure if that's the right thing to do.
Thanks for sharing!
I suppose it depends on where you dump it outside. I can't see it doing much damage going down the drain.
My grandma always used to dump it in our bath tub, then clean the bath tub itself haha Creating more work - probably. But anytime she was using a mop and bucket meant she WAS cleaning the whole house. Down the toilet, in my house.
I usually dump it in the toilet, Its usually dirty with lots of dust etc, I prefer not to do it in the sink, or bathroom because it will damage the drainage and the cleanliness of the sink and the bath tub.
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