Did you know toilets use the most water compared to other home appliances with 26 liters per flush? We spend about three years of our lives going to the bathroom and keeping the toilet clean is crucial.

There are many ways your toilet gathers germs and gets dirty and making a bathroom cleaning routine will keep everyone that uses your bathroom happy. Keep reading, and we will guide you through the five tips to getting rid of a toilet ring.

Bathroom Cleaning Routine

If you want to clean your bathroom once a week or spend 15 minutes every day, there are a few critical parts of the bathroom that you will want to get.

It is a more complicated decision on deciding how often to clean your bathroom; Lemon Blossom Cleaning Services provides some great ways to help you figure this out.

First, tidy up any face care or toothbrushes and toothpaste to not cluttering or making the counter dirty. This will also help prevent germs from spreading.

Keep an all-purpose cleaner and a wash or microfiber cloth or sponge under your sink. This makes it easy for you to wipe down your counter, sink, and bathroom mirror.

You can find a recipe for an all-purpose cleaner here.

We are going to help you make sure your toilet is squeaky clean and get the tough spots.

5 Tips to Get Rid of a Toilet Ring

Sometimes your toilet may develop a ring that doesn’t look appealing to you, anyone in your family, or your guests. You want to make sure to get rid of this and routine clean to prevent one from happening.

We will go over 5 top tips to get rid of a toilet ring.

1. Pumice Stone

You can use a pumice stone to get rid of the toilet bowl rings. Grab cleaning gloves and put the rock underwater for about 15 minutes to make it softer before you start washing out the ring.

Flush the toilet after you’ve scrubbed off the ring.

2. Abrasive Sponge

A newer toilet ring will be easier to clean and you can use an abrasive sponge. Use rubber gloves, spray all-purpose cleaner on your sponge, and scrub.

Flush when the stain is gone.

3. Magic Eraser

All you need is a magic eraser and water.

Let a piece of the Magic Eraser sit in your toilet all night. Don’t use the toilet while the Magic Eraser is in there. In the morning, the ring will be gone.

Make sure to take it out before you flush.

4. Steel Wool

If your toilet ring won’t budge, you will need to try 000-grade steel wool. If you combine with white vinegar, you will get out any tough stain.

5. Coca Cola

Take a Coke and dump the entire can into your toilet bowl. Then, let the acid sit and the ring should be gone in about an hour. Flush the Coke down the toilet.

There is no scrubbing involved!

Start Routine Cleaning Today

Now that you know the ins and outs for cleaning your toilet start today.

You have all the tips to get out even the most challenging toilet ring.

Grab your rubber gloves or contact us today to learn more about our great cleaning services.