Cleaning your toilet is not the best activity to do in your spare time so it is normal we all look for fast and working decisions to do it without investing a lot of time in it! For example, professional domestic cleaners.
Unfortunately, oftentimes the toilet bowl rings seem next to impossible to remove with ordinary products. So let’s start with the reason why those stains occur.
Toilet bowl rings are the result of hard water, common for most regions of the world, and mineral deposits that develop from standing water in the bowl. Also, it can happen because the toilet is not being flushed multiple times during the day.
And here you are scrubbing until your arms hurt, using harsh chemical cleaners or bleach, yet none of them seem to be able to remove this buildup. The solution to this problem is rather unexpected!
You can find even in your own household cabinets some surprising products that will keep your toilet in optimal condition. They do not only save you money but also help to cut down on harsh cleaning products that can be harmful to your body and the environment.
Give those bacteria-targeting cleaning tricks a try!
One of them is to soak toilet paper in vinegar and place it directly on top of the stain, let it stay there overnight. The next day flush to rinse and the stains must be gone. Another way is to use a spray bottle to saturate the area, let it soak in for an hour or more before rinsing.
White Vinegar with Baking Soda
All you need to do is pour about a glass of white vinegar into the toilet bowl, let it sit for a minute, then add three tablespoons of baking soda, then add another two cups of vinegar. Let it sit for about five minutes, scrub with a clean toilet brush. Flush the toilet and enjoy the great result.
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Pumice is a natural volcanic rock that will instantly remove surface stains in the toilet. Start with choosing the right pumice stone, preferably not the one you’d use for your feet as it is a little harder, and if it’s grey or black which might add annoying and visible scratches to your toilet, be careful!
Better find a product that’s softer than the traditional pumice and has a handle so that you don’t need to stick your hand in the toilet bowl. It is important to start by soaking the pumice in warm water, also the toilet surface should be wet to avoid scratches. Rub the pumice around your toilet bowl where the ring is and that’s it!
Homemade Toilet Bomb
Mix your baking soda and citric acid in a bowl, then add essential oil, one drop at a time and mix well after each drop. Sprinkle half a teaspoon of water into the mixture, one at a time, and mix until it holds together.
After you are done, make the mixture into some form and allow it to dry for not less than 12 hours. And when it is ready to use, drop one bomb into the toilet, when you see it starts fizzling, scrub the toilet with a brush and you are ready, just flush!
After you are ready with this part apply some oil on a clean cloth and use it to polish the seat or the toilet handles. You will be amazed how the baby oil will make your toilet shine!
Trust the Experience
However, if you feel more like saving time and not getting into this mess, there is a simple decision – call us for professional services and not only your toilet bowl but all the surrounding area will look like fresh news! If you are also facing some nasty stains that won’t go away, we will definitely take care of it all!
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