How Do You Remove Limescale from Toilet Bowl?


Lime scale is a deposit that is found in water. To remove it from a toilet bowl, empty the bowl and use paper towels dipped in vinegar to soak the area for a few minutes before scrubbing. Finally, flush the toilet.
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How to Remove Limescale From a Toilet Bowl
When you have limescale buildup in the toilet you wind up with a dark discolored buildup that makes your bathroom area look like you are not effective in the house cleaning department. The problem is, you may be vigilant about cleaning your toilet, but... More »
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