Mineral buildup from hard water can be very difficult to remove, especially when it’s staining your toilet bowl. That’s why there are so many tutorials online that discuss the removal of hard water stains. There are a variety of cleaners on the market that can help you get rid of those stains, but you may be pleased to learn that one of the most effective cleaners is also one of the cheapest and most natural. In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to clean your toilet properly and also talk to you about the best methods of prevention.
To remove hard water stains from your toilet, you’ll need a plastic scrub brush with a plastic base and a jug of cleaning vinegar. Depending on the severity and location of your hard water stains, you may also need a few other items, like a plunger and toilet paper.
Hard water stains in a toilet can be broken down by vinegar. The easiest way to clean your toilet and remove the hard water stains is to soak the stains in vinegar overnight. You may have to get creative in order to keep the stains continuously wet.
There are many ways that you can prevent hard water stains from building up on the inside of your toilet bowl.
If you live in the Pittsburgh area and find yourself shopping for a water softener, call Terry’s Plumbing. We perform installations and maintenance of water softeners. Once your water softener is installed, we can also give you a little tutorial to show you how to use it.
If you’re in the market for a water softener, contact us today at (412) 364-9114.