Finding the right toilet bowl cleaner is no doubt about it. Still, they suggest pouring boiling water, then using acid. As a result, concerns about the safety of plumbing take over, and limescale and urinary stones remain in place. Meanwhile, a budgetary and effective remedy exists: even old plaque can be removed in a few hours.
For work you will need:
- 100 ml hydrogen peroxide
- 50 ml ammonia
- 2 l of water
- empty plastic bottle
Using an empty bottle, you need to scoop out excess water from the toilet.
The lower the water level, the better. Pour hydrogen peroxide into the water.
Add ammonia there and stir well while rinsing the brush. Pour the liquid into the toilet and distribute it evenly over the surface with a brush. Then we close the lid and leave it to act for several hours. The smell and the mandatory observance of precautions can be considered a negative point, but this is more than covered by the result obtained.
The plaque is dissolved, even the color of the water in the toilet has changed. Now it remains only to lightly walk on the surface with a brush and rinse off the water.
Here is the final result! Without much effort and unwanted consequences.
More details regarding the upcoming work in the video below: