Choose a stone from a stick so that your hands don’t have to get too close to the toilet bowl. Don’t worry, because pumice stone is a softer stone, it will not scratch the porcelain surface. Turn the water back onto the toilet and rinse to rinse the bowl.

Sometimes it is easier to treat and remove the rings of the washroom managed services toilets by dropping the water level under the stain.

I think vinegar and baking soda are a good combination to clean, but I practically only use toilet cleaning products to simplify this process. You can blame me for not thinking about environmental damage, but I want to complete things really quickly in a few minutes without thinking too much. Take some paper towels, soak them in white vinegar and deflate them a little so that they are wet but do not leak. Place some cleaning gloves and put the vinegar-soaked paper towels under the edge of the toilet bowl, add more if necessary until the area under the edge is fully covered. I found that a quick spray of castilla soap on the edges and in the bowl also works or works better than the conventional toilet cleaner. If you need to use a toilet cleaner, this seventh generation is a safe option and is rated “A” on EWG.org.

This mineral accumulation is found around the toilet bowl where the water ends and also around the siphon jets below the edge of the bowl. These jets have the task of putting clean water in the toilet bowl after the dirty water has been thrown through the pipes. If these jets get mineral deposits, they can no longer work properly and can also deposit minerals in the toilet bowl. Fill the bowl with a toilet cleaner so that it can be fully soaked while cleaning the outside of your toilet. We’ll be back in the bowl later, but start cleaning the toilet seat and lid for now.

So put on your sleeves, put on your gloves and use our list of cleaning tips and tricks to make your life a little easier. Spray or pour the toilet cleaner under the edge and into the toilet bowl. Wet the paper towels and use them to rinse any cleaning residue from the toilet seat. Rinse or dust off items that were in or around the toilet.