HOW TO REMOVE HARD WATER STAINS IN A TOILET NATURALLY


 


1. HOW TO REMOVE HARD WATER STAINS FROM A PORCELAIN TOILET 

No matter how, how hard, and how often you clean your toilet, if you live in a hard water area, chances are your toilet will get stained from time to time. Most commonly, a brown ring forms around the waterline of the tank.

Hard water toilet stains are caused by minerals such as iron, manganese and calcium in the water. The minerals react with oxygen to form brown stains that stick to the shell, usually at the waterline, where they form what is known as a toilet ring.

Brown toilet stains are caused by the high concentration of manganese and iron in toilet water. When iron reacts with oxygen, it forms a brown substance commonly known as rust.

2. How to remove stubborn water stains in the toilet with vinegar and a glass of soda

++How To Remove Hard Water Stains From Bathrooms

*Vinegar is an acidic substance while Bica is used in the US but is banned in most countries such as the UK and European Union.

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