12 Things Only Professional Cleaners Know | A few of our favorite cleaning pros share some of their best tips for stubborn spots around the house. From stains in the laundry room to fingerprints on the refrigerator to the (dreaded!) toilet bowl, they have
How to Remove Hard Water Toilet Bowl Stains Easily and Quickly
Remove the tank lid and pour in a dark-colored Kool-Aid packet. Wait about 30 minutes without flushing the toilet. If any of the colored water appears in the toilet bowl, there’s a leak. You may just have to replace the flapper, or you may have to investigate further.
I have found that Zep acidic bowl cleaner, available at Home Depot (and probably Lowe's) will clean just about any stain on a toilet bowl. For extra tough stains, I have painted the cleaner directly on the stain with an old paintbrush after dipping some of the water out so as to expose the bowl stains at the waterline. Let it sit for a while, then scrub with the brush. Works like magic
Yup, we're going to talk about toilets....and look at pictures of a toilet too, so consider yourself warned! Cleaning toilets is probably not at the top of the Most Beloved Cleaning Chores list for most of us, but if a clean toilet free of stubborn rings makes you happy, then keep reading! This will not be my most glamorous posts, but I promise I won't show you a totally disgusting toilet :) In fact, we'll start with a mostly clean one. This toilet has just be thoroughly scrubbed w...