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How to quickly clean limescale in the toilet: a brilliant trick

Alina MilsentLife
How to clean the toilet quickly

Even regular and high-quality plumbing care will not save you from limescale. The reason is simple: hard water contains a lot of calcium and magnesium salts.

It is the toilet that suffers the most from limescale. If you do not wash the limescale at the initial stages, it can turn into thick growth. OBOZREVATEL figured out what cheap and effective product can remove limescale.

Just one ingredient, which can be found in every kitchen, will clean surfaces from limescale. You don't have to spend money on expensive chemicals that not only clean limescale but can also corrode enamel.

For the procedure, you will need citric acid. Pour 200 grams of acid inside the toilet bowl and pour another 100 grams into the cistern, which also has a lot of lime deposits. It is better to do this at night because the acid needs time to work. In 6-8 hours, the limescale will completely soften and fall off. If you decide to clean the toilet during the day, the minimum time you should leave the acid on is 3 hours. After that, clean the surfaces using a stiff brush.

 How to quickly clean limescale in the toilet: a brilliant trick

Cleaning experts ensure that the effect will be noticeable after the first use. This life hack can also be used on other surfaces with lime deposits.

By the way, even a spotlessly white toilet can fade, and turn grayish or yellowish during use, especially if it is not cleaned regularly. Read the article to find out how vinegar can help restore the whiteness of the toilet.

Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told you whether it is possible to clean the bathroom with toilet bowl cleaner.

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