Boys for example, then you're going to have a big build up around the bottom where, when they urinate, it will, it will leak. It will come, it will make it slide down if you have little boys, they sometimes miss when they aim in the toilet. So that's an area that you want to be aware of around the bottom. Now the general, the rule of thumb is that you want to go from the cleanest part to the dirtiest part because you don't want to bring the dirt from the inside out. You want to go from the outside, in, with the toilet. Okay? So we're going to start off with the top of the toilet which is the least dirtiest. So, we're just going to clean with the disinfectant cloth, the top of the toilet and the basin. Okay? That's your first place you're going to clean because it's the cleanest. So there you go, you got the clean basin done. Alright? And make sure you get the handle. The handle is going to be the dirtiest part, right there. So get the handle good. And that's all it is, you just clean and I, I would rinse that two or three times, I would do that same thing over again. Okay?