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Tricks to remove tartar from the toilet

Tricks to remove tartar from the toilet
Bright Cleaning Queens


When a toilet is not clean it has a yellowish or brown coloration and can sometimes even have 'scabs' in some areas. This is usually generated by the accumulation of calcium and other minerals present in the water supply. In addition to bacteria and germs.

Mixtures to remove tartar from the toilet

Tartar stains can be removed with the mixtures to be mentioned below: 

White and lemon vinegar
The combination of white vinegar with lemon is a natural disinfectant par excellence that, for decades, has represented an ecological way to maintain many clean surfaces.

In this special case it is quite useful. Natural acids of both ingredients easily break down bath tartar deposits. Its application significantly reduces stains and, by the way, removes the microorganisms that cause bad odors.

Ingredients: 
- 1/2 cup white vinegar (125 ml).
- The juice of a lemon.

Procedure:
- Add the juice of a lemon in half a cup of white vinegar and rub the mixture vigorously over the areas you want to clean.
- Depending on the type of stain, you can use an abrasive sponge or waterpaper to make the task easier.

Cola and baking soda
It's very likely that you've ever seen a video of the cola soda trick as an option to unblock the toilets and drains. What you may not have known is that its compounds can be combined with other products to remove tartar and stains that form on the surface of the toilet.

Ingredients: 
- 1 can of tail (330 ml).
- 1 cup white vinegar (250 ml).
- 3 tablespoons baking soda (30 g).

Procedure:
- On the clean toilet, pour the tail making sure to cover the areas where the tartar is concentrated.
- Let it work for 30 minutes and brush it.
- Then incorporate the white vinegar and baking soda for an effervescent effect.
- Wait for another 15 minutes, rub them with a brush and rinse.

Borax
Considered an excellent cleaning agent, borax is a useful substance for disinfecting and bleaching the home toilet.
Although it is a little more aggressive than the above ingredients, it does not cause strong impacts on the environment or leave volatile compounds harmful to health.

Ingredients: 
- 1 cup white vinegar (250 ml).
- 4 tablespoons borax powder (40 g).
- 1 liter of hot water.

Procedure:
- Spray the white vinegar on the surface of the bath and leave it on for 20 minutes.
- Rub with a brush, then add the tablespoons of borax powder.
- Be sure to wear gloves and a mask or face cap when handling these ingredients to avoid accidents.
- After another 15 minutes, add a liter of hot water and remove the impurities with the help of a sponge.

Sodium bicarbonate with oxygenated water
A paste made with baking soda and oxygenated water can be very useful to remove tartar from the toilet in an easy and fast way.

Both ingredients offer natural surface rinsing and, by the way, provide disinfectant effects for complete cleaning.

Ingredients:
- 1/2 cup baking soda (100 g).
- 2 tablespoons of oxygenated water (20 ml).
- Juice of a lemon (optional).

Procedure:
- Moisten the baking soda with oxygenated water and use the paste obtained to clean the stains on the toilet.
- Rub it with an abrasive cloth or sponge, and allow it to work 20 minutes before rinsing.
- Optionally you can add the juice of a lemon to achieve a more powerful bleaching effect.

Sodium and ammonia bicarbonate
Instead of using water, mix the baking soda with a little ammonia (join the contents of a diluted lid in about a liter of water) and proceed to remove the tartar with the help of the brush.

With this mixture, you will be able to remove the tartar from the toilet in a short time and also, whiten a little those areas where the dirt had accumulated.

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