Your toilet sees a lot of use from day-to-day and over time, you can be left with an unsightly – and often difficult to remove – water ring in the toilet bowl. Don’t worry, these marks are not reflective of the cleanliness of your toilet. No matter how often you clean your toilet, the dreaded brown ring in the toilet can develop as a result of hard water conditions in your area and water sitting in the toilet for prolonged periods of time. The orange ring is simply a build up of mineral deposits.
Fortunately, Harpic can help you get rid of toilet bowl ring in no time, with its powerful stain-removing formula. Here’s how to remove limescale from the toilet rim:
What to use to get rid of toilet ring
- A toilet brush
- Harpic Germ and Stain Blaster
How to get rid of a toilet ring
A hard water ring around the toilet bowl can make your toilet look unclean, even when this isn’t the case, so you’ll likely want to do something to tackle to problem. Fortunately, with the right products and method, you can remove the unsightly orange ring in the toilet bowl quickly and easily. Use Harpic Germ and Stain Blaster to banish the stains, kill germs and leave your toilet smelling fresh.
To leave your toilet sparkling clean and fragrantly fresh, follow the steps below:
Step 1 – Press the sides of the cap on your Harpic Germ and Stain Blaster and twist counter-clockwise to open.
Step 2 – Pour the liquid around the toilet bowl and onto the stain for a full, deep clean.
Step 3 – Allow the liquid to spread and leave for 20 minutes.
Step 4 – Scrub the stain with the toilet brush and flush.
For more on how to clean a toilet, check out our other article.
For ongoing cleaning without the effort, pop a Harpic Hygienic into your toilet bowl and allow it to work its magic in the background. All you have to do is clip the block securely onto the rim of your toilet and it works discreetly to maintain a constantly stain-free and hygienic toilet with every flush. When the product dissolves, simply unclip and dispose of it, and replace with a new one to continue the cleaning process.
Unfortunately, there’s nothing you can do to prevent hardwater stains from occurring in your toilet, so keeping toilet rings at bay is an ongoing effort. But the earlier you attack, the easier it will be to remove any unwanted marks. If you follow the method outlined above regularly, you’ll keep your toilet looking and smelling fresh.