Great Tip on Cleaning Toilet Stains

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Toilet cleaning isn't the most fun job we have to do around the house, but it's one that has to be done quite regularly otherwise we get those dreaded toilet stains. Good thing Erin from Lemons Lavender and Laundry has shared her great tip on cleaning toilet stains with us. If you have ever had really tough toilet stains, you know how difficult they can be to get off of your toilet bowl. The thing is, sometimes it has nothing to do with the use of the toilet, but the water sitting in the toilet bowl for long periods of time. The calcium in the hard water builds up a layer of hardened deposits on the inside of the toilet bowl, and after they have sat for too long, they can seem almost impossible to scrub off. This tutorial from Erin's website teaches us how to clean a toilet bowl effectively and affordably and the best part is, it's all natural.

More people are using all natural cleaners over chemical laden products. This is not only in an attempt to keep chemicals out of the home for the safety and wellbeing of your family, but also for the wellbeing of the environment. All of the products we flush down our drains or flush down our toilets eventually end up in the Earth. So if we have the choice to choose natural cleaners over chemical ones, the natural ones will always be a better option, plus, they usually work just as great. If you use natural toilet cleaner, you will probably be more likely to want to use something natural to remove these stains. There are many brands of natural toilet cleaner you can purchase, but it's always an option to make your own natural toilet cleaner at home. Vinegar is a great option to use for regular toilet cleaning as it has powerful disinfecting properties, and it helps to neutralize odors as well. You can add in some essential oils like lemon or orange to bring some nice scents into your bathroom as well and make regular toilet cleaning a more pleasant experience overall.

A good tip to avoid these stains in your toilet is to make sure that you clean it at least once a week, if not more. Also, make sure you flush your toilet every time you use it, or invest in a low flow toilet, so you're not using as much water with each flush. This will prevent stains from building up in the toilet bowl since the water is circulating. If you have recently moved into a house that has water stains from the toilet not getting flushed enough, even if no one was using it, then this tutorial on how to clean a toilet bowl will come in very handy. Your toilet will be looking as good as new thanks to this cleaning tip from Lemons Lavender and Laundry. Have a peek at Erin's website and learn different ways to keep your home fresh and clean.***

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