1. Toilet Cleaning
This job is usually on the top of the “most hated jobs” list in any household. In fact, most people put it off and put it off until the toilet is beyond dirty and even stained.
The brown ringed stains occur because of the minerals in the water. These stains make your toilet look like it has been months since you cleaned, even if you cleaned that day. No one wants a guest to sit on a toilet with a brown ring!
Most people with brown rings grab a harsh chemical. The problem is that many of these chemicals cause damage to the porcelain, as well as irritate the nose and eyes of the person using the cleaner.
That is why you need to prevent the brown stains ,and baking soda is perfect for that. To prevent brown stains from occurring in your toilet bowl, do the following:
- Use one cup of baking soda.
- Sprinkle in the toilet once a week.
- Leave on toilet’s surface for 30 minutes.
- Spray with vinegar. (This acts as an acid)
- Scrub the toilet with a toilet brush or cloth.
If you do this weekly, you should not get any stains in your toilet. That means you’ll never need the strong chemicals.