Method 3: Remove Toilet Stain with Bleach
What you will need:
- Bleach powder
This third method of toilet stain removal calls for no scrubbing and uses only bleach.
- To begin measure out 1/2 cup of dry bleach powder.
- Next, pour the bleach powder into the toilet bowl and allow it to sit for a few hours.
- Check to see if the stains have begun to fade. If the toilet stains look faded then you will need to flush away the bleach.
- Inspect the area. If the stain remains repeat the toilet stain removal steps for method 3 or move on to method 4.
When using bleach remember to never mix it with ammonia! The fumes that are created by the chemical reaction are dangerous and can even cause death.
Method 4: Remove Toilet Stain with Borax Powder
What you will need:
- Borax Powder
- Toilet brush
Method 4 uses a very strong cleaning agent known as borax. For this reason only use this method for the most stubborn stains. Borax cannot be found in supermarkets you will need to go to find it in a hardware store. TO begin removing the most stubborn toilet stains follow these simple directions:
- To begin toilet stain removal method 4 you will need to empty the toilet of its water. You can do this by disconnecting the water supply and flushing the toilet once.
- Next, cover the toilet stain with the borax powder. To ensure you have completely covered the stains you need to use your toilet brush to scrub the borax into the stains.
- Allow the powder to sit for about 30 minutes.
- Finally, you will need to reconnect the water supply and flush the powder away.
- Inspect the area. If the stain remains you can repeat method 4.
Remember toilet stains can happen to everyone and they are most often caused by hard water build up. Toilets are also made of porcelain, which allows stains to build up more easily than other surfaces. It does not matter how often you clean your toilet these nasty stains can sneak up on you when you least expect it.