Toilet stains can ruin the beauty of the toilet. Read the article below on how to get rid of toilet stains.

How To Get Rid Of Toilet Stains

Nowadays bathrooms resemble more like a cozy living room complete with flowers, wardrobes, televisions and a bathtub that looks like an emerald mountain lake. Perhaps this is what bathrooms were meant to be. Known as ‘rest’ room, it is the only place in your house where you are only with yourself. It is the most personalized of your space and a sanctuary to escape from a nagging wife, screaming children and a thundering boss. However, the whole utopia can be destroyed by the sickly dark stains that almost no toilet can save itself from. The main culprits are hard water and rusting.. Stains compromise the entire beauty of the toilet. So, if you want to preserve the beauty of your toilet then read the article below for tips on ridding the toilet of stains.
Tips For Getting Rid Of Toilet Stains 

Bleach is a strong cleaning agent. It is very effective for tough stains. Take half a cup of dry bleach powder and pour into the toilet bowl. Leave for a few hours and then flush away the bleach. Don’t allow the bleach to stay so clean thoroughly with water. 

Vinegar can be used to remove all types of stains and so it can be used to remove toilet stains very effectively. It is very good in removing the lime and hard water deposits. Pour a cup full of vinegar into the toilet bowl and then leave it overnight. In the morning, clean the bowl thoroughly. 

Borax Powder
It is very effective in removing toilet stains. And it is very easy to find in any hardware stores. Sprinkle the powder directly on the stained area. Then use a plastic brush to scrub the stains. After scrubbing leave for thirty minutes and then flush thoroughly. Borax powder makes the toilet gleaming white. 

Oxalic Acid
Oxalic acid is very strong and so it is very good in removing the toilet stains. However, you have be careful as the acid can corrode the toilet bowl.  

Trisodium Phosphate
This chemical is very effective for tough stains. In a gallon of warm water, mix one tablespoon of trisodium phosphate. Now soak a cloth in the solution and scrub the stain clean. 

Removing Hard Water Stains
Hard water stains, especially those that have been there for a long time, can be very hard to remove. One effective remedy is to use a lime scale remover. Apply it on the stain and leave it for some time. Then rinse thoroughly with water. You have to apply this for a couple of times to completely remove the stain. Hard water stains should not be allowed to set and so regular cleaning is advised. 

Preventing Toilet Stains
Preventing toilet stains is the best solution. Most of the stains can be removed by simply cleaning the bathroom regularly. Try to clean your bathroom at least twice a week. Try to remove the stains as early as possible, because if you leave them longer they are harder to remove. Recent stains recent can be very effectively removed with only a scrub and hot water.

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