DIY Tips to Getting Rid of Toilet Stains

Using heavy-duty toilet cleaners is not just dangerous for your health because of the many harmful chemicals found in them, it also doesn’t leave your toilet as clean as you would like it to be. Sometimes, your toilet will have stains that never come out no matter how many times you use cleaners you bought from a store. It could also be tedious because of all the scrubbing that does not even pay off in the end.

DIY Tips to Getting Rid of Toilet Stains

Instead of using these unhelpful cleaners, you can use DIY methods to get rid of stains and save money too.

1-  WD 40 hack

This may come as a surprise to many people, but you could use a WD 40 spray to remove most if not all stains from your toilet bowl. The question that may be on your mind now is how does wd 40 clean toilets at all? Basically WD-40 is composed of certain materials that remove any line or gunk from the surface of your toilet effectively and without any hassle.

2-  The power of citrus

There is a reason why many cleaners contain some sort of citrus in one form or another. You don’t need to spend money to have a cleaner that works great. All you will need is some lemon or if you want the cleaner to be extra strong use citric acid; you’ll also need baking soda. These two together make the best combination to clean any type of stains left on toilets without having to scrub too much. They react almost immediately after being put together, so do not add them to each other except right before the time to use them. This will ensure you get the best results.

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3-  Strong all-natural stain remover

This is a very strong DIY stain remover so make sure to use it if you have toilet stains that wouldn’t come out even after copious amounts of scrubbing. The recipe for this remover is quite easy. You’ll need a three-quarters cup of Borax, a cup of vinegar, 10 drops of any essential oil and 5 drops of lemon essential oil. You could always adjust the recipe if you need less by halving it or doubling it if you need more.

4-  The lazy but effective method

This is called the lazy method because it will require very minimal physical effort on your part and you will not even have to mix any ingredients together to make this magical cleaner. All you will need is white vinegar and some paper towels. You will take the paper towels, soak them in vinegar and cover the surface and inside of your toilet. After that you will wait, then remove the paper towels to reveal your newly cleaned toilet.

With these four DIY methods to have a toilet without any stains, you will not have to worry anymore about expensive cleaners. That do not even do the job properly. You can also rest assured that there is minimal harm that could befall you or any member of your family because there are no toxic ingredients being used.

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