The Way to a Clean and Odor Free Toilet
Okay so we all know how repulsive a dirty toilet can be, as you know, I tend to become obsessive compulsive in the bathroom (and in the kitchen), that’s why I clean my toilet this way, I know this will help you, so happy toilet cleaning! c”,)
Caution: Use a mask and a pair of rubber gloves before attempting to clean a toilet with Muriatic Acid or Hydrochloric Acid.
What You’ll Need:
1. Toilet Bowl Brush
2. Rubber Gloves
3. Bleach/Powdered Soap
5. Muriatic Acid also known as Hydrochloric Acid
6. An air freshener spray of your choice
How to Clean your Toilet:1. Rinse/flush the toilet, then, pour the acid directly into the toilet bowl in a circular motion, make sure you get the acid under the rim of the bowl, because that is usually the place where the brush won’t reach very well, so make sure you cover that area. You’ll notice at this point that the acid is actually melting the dirt and grimes and is getting rid of the stains, if there are any. You’ll also see a lot of fumes, which is why it’s important that you have a mask, because the fumes smell really bad.
2. Let the acid sit for about 2 minutes. After 2 minutes, scrub away! You’ll notice that because of the acid, it is easier to brush away the dirt, leaving a clean bowl.
3. Flush the toilet at least twice this time making sure to get rid of the acid completely.
4. Put about 2 table spoons of bleach, or powdered soap on the toilet, whichever you prefer, I use both, I use bleach first then laundry detergent because they smell better afterwards. The bleach helps get rid of unwanted germs, so you can be sure that the toilet is clean. Scrub the bowl again, then flush.
5. You’ll notice at this point that you’re toilet will be as clean as if it was new, if you’re not satisfied with the clean smell of the bleach or the laundry soap, then this would be the time to spray that air freshener, make sure to open a window to help the air circulate better.
So, I hope this works out for you the way it does for me. Happy scrubbing!
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