STOP DON'T FLUSH THAT!
Please remember, when using disinfectant wipes, antibacterial wipes, Clorox wipes, etc., throw them away in the trashcan, and don't flush them down your toilet. If anything other than toilet paper is flushed, it clogs the sewer pipes which causes overflows into our waterways and backups of sewage into your home.
You should never use your toilet as a trash can. The list below gives some examples of items that when flushed can clog toilets causing backups into your home and damages to our wastewater treatment facilities. It also causes expensive cleanups, an increase in water bills, and raw sewage overflows that harm marine animals, and create toxic environmental issues.
Cleaning wipes, antibacterial wipes
Baby wipes and diapers
"Flushable" wipes - no wipes of any kind should be flushed
Rags and towels, Swiffer cloths
Candy and other food wrappers
Plastic items of any description
Aquarium gravel or kitty litter
Rubber items such as latex gloves
Disposable toilet brushes