Clean toilets?


Clean toilets

  13 answers
  • K. Rupp K. Rupp on Aug 21, 2020

    I clean the inside of the toilet bowl with comet. spray entire outside with lysol OR my own diy spray recipes:

    recipe 1.

    mixture of vinegar, water and dish soap, essential oils (mint, tea tree, rosemary and lemon grass)

    recipe 2.

    mixture of green of tincture soap, water, alcohol, and tea tree oil.

  • Morgan McBride Morgan McBride on Aug 21, 2020

    The easiest way is just to clean them by hand with as crub brush and bleach.

  • Janice Janice on Aug 21, 2020

    Good old bleach added to the toilet will help any stain at the waterline. Pour a cup in, let it sit for 1/2 hour or so, then scrub the entire bowl well with a toilet brush and it should be clean. A pumice stone available at Walmart can be used if there is buildup of scale at the toilet's water line. Use carefully so you don't scratch the porcelain.

  • Kathy Gunter Law Kathy Gunter Law on Aug 21, 2020

    I use fuller toilet cleaner and I think whatever you use has a descaler to deep clean and keep clean. Lysol in the Black squirt bottle is good too. Drain as much water as possible, squirt cleaner all over and start cleaning under the rim. Scrub your way down. Let sit at least 5 minutes and repeat.

  • Peggy L Burnette Peggy L Burnette on Aug 21, 2020

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  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Aug 21, 2020

    Hello. Are you having a particular problem. I find when commercial toilet bowl cleaner fail— Most DIY tips have also failed.

    To solve my toilet bowl cleaning situation, I need to resort to the pumice stick. It helps with my hard water situation and resultant bowl stains it is available at Walmart or other stores for less than two dollars. It really is an effective tool for toilet bowl staining and hard water build up.

  • Ken Erickson Ken Erickson on Aug 21, 2020

    I have found that floating a few sheets of TP on the water surface before #2, helps keep stains off bowl bottom.

  • Dee Dee on Aug 21, 2020

    Heat up 1 cup of white vinegar, mix in about 1/4 cup of Dawn Premium. Not the dollar store kind, because it is too thin. When mixed, pour into a spray bottle and fill with water. Shake. Spray down the grout and let it sit overnight. In the morning rinse. If you have stubborn stains, spray again. Use this mixture a few times a week. It will keep your grout and tiles clean. Also works wonders in the toilet bowl to keep hard water stains at bay. Oh you only have to heat the vinegar one time when you add the Dawn. This will clean your entire bathroom, BUT do not use on cultured marble or granite.

  • Deb K Deb K on Aug 21, 2020

    Hi Shannon, these little bombs are fun to use, hope they help you out

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Aug 21, 2020

    Generally, I spray it down with my cleaner. With the shortages this year with disinfectant, remember that soap and water also works. I recently put Dawn dish detergent and water in a spray bottle, and discovered what a great cleaner it is. I spray from top to bottom, including all parts of the toilet seat. I scrub the toilet bowl with a disposable scrub head because I dislike dirty toilet brushes. Once everything is scrubbed, I go back and wipe it down with a clean microfiber cloth again top to bottom. I wipe around the base, too. When it is available, I prefer Scrubbing Bubbles for the spray. You can also use paper towels for wiping. The delay with wiping it down is deliberate, because no matter what you are using, you need to let your cleaner have a chance to work. Good luck and stay safe!

  • Morgan McBride Morgan McBride on Aug 22, 2020

    Your best bet is to use bleach and scrub