Very clean toilets: 3 foolproof tips with white vinegar

Cleaning  the bathroom  is one of the most difficult and time-consuming to carry out, partly because of the importance of keeping this area of ​​the house spotlessly clean and disinfected, partly because of the variety of bacteria , limescale and dirt which accumulate there. 

But if there is one place in the bathroom that is more likely to get dirty, it is undoubtedly the toilet. Precisely by its nature,  bacteria and limescale tend to accumulate on the toilet  , which ends up creating those annoying brown stains which, over time, become difficult to remove.

There are a myriad of products dedicated to  bathroom cleaning  on the market, but they all have the common denominator of the abundance of chemical and harmful substances both for us and for the environment.

If you are looking for a natural alternative to industrial bathroom cleaning products, know that you probably already have some at home: it’s  white vinegar  , and below we offer you 4 tips for using it.

Vinegar for black stains on toilet

If you want to remove brown stains from the toilet and disinfect it thoroughly, pour 250 ml of white vinegar on its surface, leave for 20 minutes, then scrub with a toothbrush or sponge and rinse.

This simple operation, perhaps repeated periodically, is enough to keep the toilets impeccably clean, disinfected and to prevent the appearance of these annoying stains.

Vinegar for cleaning tiles

If your bathroom has tiles, you know how prone they are to the buildup of soap scum and mold that sticks to them and becomes very difficult to remove.

Pour 250 ml of white vinegar and 150 ml of water into a spray bottle. Apply the solution directly to the tiles and leave for 5 minutes, then scrub well with a small brush and finally clean with a microfiber cloth to remove residue and rinse.

Vinegar to clean the shower glass

Pour 250 ml of water into a spray bottle, then add 2 tablespoons of white vinegar and 2 of baking soda.

Spray the solution on the shower walls and glass and, after 15 minutes, scrub with a sponge. Finally, rinse and dry with a clean cloth.