3 natural home methods to remove limescale from toilets and make them shine

Cleaning the house is not a pleasant process for most of us, and cleaning the bathroom is even more unpleasant. However, it must be done, because it is one of the areas of the house that tends to get dirty the most and accumulate  mold, bacteria and limescale  .

In this article we suggest  3 effective ways to deep clean your toilet  , removing mold and limescale and making it look new. These are completely natural methods which, in addition to saving us money, protect our health and the environment.

Two types of bacteria accumulate in toilets, salmonella and E. coli. But there are a myriad of micrococci, staphylococci, and streptococci that can be present on toilet surfaces and throughout the bathroom.

Baking soda and vinegar  . Pour 200ml of white vinegar directly into the toilet and a further 200ml into the tank.

Add baking soda to the inside rim of the toilet, wait about an hour for both ingredients to take effect. Use a toilet brush to thoroughly scrub the interior surfaces of the toilet, then wait another 15 minutes before flushing.

Tea tree oil  . In a bottle fitted with a spray diffuser, pour 500 ml of water and 10 drops of tea tree oil.

Spray directly on the mold and all the edges of the toilet, leave for 10 minutes, then scrub with the toilet brush and flush the toilet.

Hydrogen peroxide  . Spray it directly on the mold and leave it on for 15-30 minutes. Clean well with a toilet brush then flush the toilet to remove all residue.

Now that you know how  to clean your toilet without using chemicals  ,  clean it  at least once a week to  keep it spotless and prevent mold buildup  .