How to remove hard water stains from the toilet


So how can you make an effective toilet bowl cleaner for hard water? Here is a list of essential tools and components:



Cleaning basics:



Sodium bicarbonate

white vinegar

Alborax

Lavender essential oil

Lemon essential oil

Paper napkins or napkins

Toilet brush

pumice

gloves

Clothing

piston

spray

When learning how to remove hard water stains from toilets, the cleaning method is as important as the ingredients used. Here are three proven toilet cleaning recipes that will help remove hard water stains and stains.



Toilet stain remover with vinegar:

White vinegar is an excellent agent for loosening and removing hard water stains. For this method, the toilet bowl must be dried. Use a plunger to remove the water and a washcloth or paper towel to blot up any remaining liquid.



Excessively diluting the cleaning agent with too much water can hinder stain removal. Be sure to cover all water spots when filling the bowl up to the water line rings. In the absence of cleaning vinegar, distilled water will suffice.



Wearing gloves, spread the vinegar all over the toilet, even in hard-to-reach places like under the rim and outside of the toilet tank. Leave it overnight, and be sure to close the bathroom door to keep pets or children out. The next day, wipe away the hard water stains with a stiff nylon brush. Tough spots may require additional scrubbing or the use of a pumice stone.



Baking soda: A heavy duty toilet cleaner

Improve the ability of vinegar to remove stains by adding baking soda to the mixture. This duo creates an effective solution to tackle tough stains and slow-draining toilets.



Baking soda water stain cleaner recipe:



3 cups of vinegar

1 cup baking soda

Pour a cup of vinegar into the toilet bowl and let it sit for a minute after you've swirled it around with the toilet brush. Add the baking soda, followed by the other two cups of vinegar. The solution will start fizzing. Leave it for ten minutes, then stir the solution to make sure it gets rid of all the stains.



Refrain from rinsing during these steps. After leaving the solution for an additional 30 minutes, scrub the stains
regularly and close the bowl before rinsing to avoid splashing. If signs of hard water persist despite a quick cleaning, refer to our step-by-step guide on how to clean toilet bowl stains.



Now that you're ready to remove hard water stains from toilet surfaces, it's time to apply that knowledge. Although it may take some time, getting a clean toilet is not as daunting as it seems. With the right ingredients and a little elbow grease, your toilet will be shining in no time!