How To Remove Hard Water Stains From A Toilet Bowl

When you think about vinegar, you mostly think of a product that is directly linked to food. However, you can even use vinegar to clean your toilet and other ceramic surfaces and, at the same time, get rid of all lime residue. If your toilet bowl is coated in hard water stains, you might try the following cleaning tip that will help you out and make the job a little easier. The best part is that it’s very fast to execute, cheap and doesn’t damage the toilet bowl.

How to do it

We’re using distilled vinegar here. For the trick to work we need to get as much of the water out of the toilet bowl as possible. You might grab a plunger to make this work. You want the toilet bowl to be as empty and dry as possible.

Next, pour a bit of vinegar in your toilet. Soak a few paper towels in vinegar and place them around the rim of the toilet bowl. Let the vinegar sit in your toilet overnight and the next morning you will only have to scrub the toilet bowl and flush. All of the hard water stains will be gone! If you still have hard water stains, you may have to repeat the process. Make sure that you open a window when you work with vinegar because you are probably already familiar with the strong smell. To see this method in action, check out the video below!