The Only Stainless Steel Appliance Cleaner You'll Ever Need
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Top 10 Lazy Yet Smart Ways to Spring Clean Your Home
Top 10 Lazy Yet Smart Ways to Spring Clean Your Home You can clean tough stains in the toilet, shower, and sink with a soak of white vinegar and also clean your shower head by tying a bag filled with vinegar around it.
How to Remove Toilet Stains: tackle rust, lime, and hard-water stains by pouring table salt directly on the stain & then taking fresh lemon juice and scrubbing the stain. The combination is suppose to work well. Gonna try this soon!
Drop magnets (housed in clear plastic) into the tank of your toilet and walk away. The long-lasting magnets prevent natural minerals that exist in all water from staining your toilet bowl and building up on any metal parts of the toilet. Lime and minerals flush right down the drain. Safe, chemical-free and non-polluting
Tough Toilet Stains?? Use Vinegar Mix To Remove!!! In Spray Bottle Combine Half Vinegar Half Water (Mix) Then add three drops of BLUE Dawn dish soap (Mix again) and cover spray bottle. Spray toilet and let sit at least 15 min Scrub with brush then flush Repeat step for really bad ring stains and BOOM JUST LIKE NEW!!
Borax and Lemon Juice – eHow How to make Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaners Pour 1 cup of Borax into a small bowl. Pour 1/2 cup of lemon juice over the Borax and gently stir with a spoon into a paste. Flush the toilet to wet the sides, then rub the paste onto the toilet with a sponge. Let it sit for 2 hours before scrubbing thoroughly. This is great for removing a stubborn stain, like a toilet bowl ring.
Punch a hole in the top of a bottle of vinegar or mason jar full of vinegar and sit the bottle in your toilet tank. In doing this you will save water, as the tank wont fill as much, the vinegar will clean your toilet AND tank on each flush, it leaves the bathroom smelling fresh and it doesn't harm any component of your toilet OR the environment when flushed. I bet this helps with the hard water stains that are so hard to remove with cleaner