If you've recently found yourself troubled by blue mineral toilet bowl stains, you're no doubt wondering how to get rid of them. You'll be pleased to learn that removing blue mineral toilet bowl stains can be a very simple procedure if you're armed with the right set of instructions. Read on to learn everything you need to know.
Step 1 - Apply Baking Soda
Begin this process by covering your toilet bowl stains with baking soda, although lime remover should work just as well. After giving the baking soda a few minutes to sit, use your bristle brush to give the freshly-covered stains a vigorous scrubbing. If the stains have been removed from your toilet bowl, you'll all finished. However, should the stains prove stubborn, proceed with the next step.
Step 2 - Apply Cola
If baking soda didn't do the trick, you may be able to lay waste to your toilet bowl stains with nothing more than soda pop. Start this step by pouring roughly a can's worth of cola into the stained toilet bowl. After giving it ample time to fizz up, use your bristle brush to once again thoroughly scrub the stained areas.
Step 3- use Borax
If the above steps did not work, take 1/2 cup of Borax powder and pour it into the toilet bowl. Leave it in overnight or for 30 minutes if you are pressed for time. Most, if not all the stains should be gone at this point. If not, use your toilet brush to scrub the remaining stains and flush to rinse.
By following these steps, and using items you likely already have in your house, you will be able to remove blue mineral toilet bowl stains in no time.
Cameron is a contributing writer for DoItYourself.com. He has a wide range of experience researching and creating home improvement and gardening projects, and especially enjoys learning about outdoor living and patio design.
With over 20 years of professional home cleaning experience, Lindani has extensive knowledge about best practices, space management, and cleaning solutions. Lindani especially loves researching natural, non-harmful ways to clean. She holds an LLBS from the University of Zimbabwe, and is a lifelong learner who always seeks to improve the world around her.