Tuesday, 14 June 2011

How to Clean Your Toilet?

Despite the efforts you make to keep your toilet clean and sanitized, if stains persist it will never really look clean. This appearance can leave an overall unclean feeling to your entire bathroom. Toilet stains are usually the result of hard water that adheres to the inside of your toilet bowl. In order to facilitate you “Earls court cleaners” provide several simple ways to eliminate toilet stains:

The things you will need to prepare are can of Coca-Cola, toilet brush, rubber gloves, pumice stone, baking soda, Mr. Clean Magic Eraser Denture, tablets and bleach.

To begin, pour a can of Coca-Cola in the toilet bowl and leave it overnight. Don't use diet Coke because it doesn't have the same effect so make sure it's regular Coca-Cola. In the next day the toilet should require very little scrubbing for the stain to disappear.

Put on your rubber gloves and submerge a dampened pumice stone in baking soda. Gently start scrubbing the stains from the toilet. The baking soda provides extra abrasiveness and may not be necessary. You can try using just the pumice stone by itself first and add the baking soda for particularly stubborn areas. Don't scrub too hard! Otherwise the pumice stone may accidentally scratch the porcelain.

Moisten a clean cloth with Mr. Clean Magic Eraser and scrub away the stains. Always wear rubber gloves to avoid getting germs on your skin.

Put a few denture tablets into the toilet bowl and let them to soak for about thirty minutes to loosen the stains. Scrub the toilet using the toilet brush afterwards.

As a final effort pour a cup of bleach in the toilet bowl and let it to sit overnight. In the morning scrub the toilet with a toilet brush in order to remove all the stains.

Good luck!


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