• Hometalker
Asked on Jun 21, 2019

Can I use Lysol in my toilet tank to help with mold build up?

SissyNancy WeinbergLynn Sorrell


4 answers
  • Get a room size dehumidifier. Use the exhaust fan or crack a window. Too many chemicals in the tank can cause the mechanism to deteriorate. Drain and clean at least once a month to keep developing mold at bay. You must live in a humid climate or have poor air circulation in the room.

  • Lynn Sorrell
    on Jun 21, 2019

    build up where in the tank?? in the room? outside the tank?

  • Nancy Weinberg
    on Jun 22, 2019

    You need to change the ph of the area. Baking soda will do a great job and wipe with vinegar water.

  • Sissy
    on Jun 26, 2019

    use peroxide .I clean my tanks and toilets with it .I have a well with water that has some iron in it and we all know that leaves an orange stain .Peroxide solves that .88 cents a bottle in Walmart and a dollar at dollar stores and it works and will not harm the insides of the tank workings.My mom used it when I was growing up and I am now 65 years young and still use it

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