Nothing can top the chart of unappealing things with a greater score than a toilet with stains like bowl rings on it which accumulate over a long period of time and take wonders to clean.
This article will identify how you can take care of these bowl rings with everyday items without having to scrub like a maniac and end up causing yourself an injury for no reason.
Household items have multiple uses that you are bound to ignore until someone points out the science behind their usefulness. Baking soda and Vinegar have complex formulae which can take away the hard stains caused by still water and accumulation of rust on the surface of your toilet.
Take a regular mug and pour vinegar from it onto the toilet, specifically onto the stains.
Use a toilet brush to scrub around, followed by adding roughly the same amount of baking soda.
Add another mug of vinegar and swivel the brush around properly making sure to apply force onto the stains till you see them disappear.
This method might take a while to produce results but by the end when you flush down you will be surprised at the new look your scientific mastery gave your toilet.
2. Vinegar-Borax Paste
The ability of borax to harden over surfaces combined with the extreme volatility of vinegar can result in the perfect solution for you to remove the extremely tough stains from your toilet.
Add a sufficient amount of borax powder onto a plate and add vinegar while mixing the two while wearing gloves/using a spoon properly till they take the form of a gooey-paste.
Spread the paste with an open heart onto the stains using the gloves and make sure that the toilet has been drained off of water well beforehand so that the staying water does not get in the way of the paste.
Once the paste hardens on the stains, use the brush to scrub it off and you will see that most of the hard stains will properly treated to will have disappeared.
Results may be better if you use a scrub-brush instead of a regular one so that the paste wears off completely with the stains.
3. Regular Cleaning with Bleach
Bleach is an all-time favorite as far as getting rid of tough stains is concerned from surfaces like those of toilets, but it will only work when the visually occurring stains are in their early stages.
Use the bottle of bleach to cover the bowl stains as well as you can and use a good amount so that final flush can produce a better cleaning impact on the weak stains.
It is recommended that you combine your bleach with a good brand of toilet cleaners so that the bleach sticks onto the thick gel of the cleaner and gives an even better impact.
It is to be noted that using bleach alone very late into the process can bear minimum to no results on your toilet.