How to clean your toilet the natural way …in 10 seconds!

When I was using ‘store bought cleaning products’ to clean my toilet, I would hold my breath just so that I don’t inhale those toxic chemicals. But now that I have found a better and safer way to do my cleaning, I’d like to share this with you. I have cleaned my toilet this way several times now and I want you to give it a try too.

You only need the following for a sparkling and stain free toilet:

Vinegar (a cup and half or two cups)

Water (one third cup)

Half cup Vinegar (for the fourth step)

Baking soda (three quarter cup)

Toilet brush

 

I added pictures to show you what I did. Follow my step by step process:

First step

Pour baking soda (about 1 cup) inside the toilet bowl and all the way up close to the toilet seat.

 

Second step

Pour about a cup and a half to 2 cups vinegar directly into the toilet bowl.

 

Third Step

Wait about 2 minutes, ensure you move away from the toilet bowl while the baking soda / vinegar combine to form bubbles. Bubbling and hissing sounds are produced and this is when the cleaning process starts!

 

Fourth step

Mix a third cup water and half a cup vinegar; now carry the vinegar/water mixture and sprinkle gently on dirty areas that the effervescence (fizzy action) did not touch.

 

Fifth Step

Scrub right away if the toilet is not too dirty. If the toilet is very dirty, let sit for about 5 to 10 minutes. Then clean with brush and flush.

There you go! You have a clean toilet!

– Nontoxic cleaner

– Toilet cleaned in little or no time

-Did not have to hold my breath because the cleaning ingredients I used are non-toxic!

Give this a try and share your comments below. If you also have other natural methods you’d like to share, leave comments below. I’d love to hear from you.

 

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4 Replies to “How to clean your toilet the natural way …in 10 seconds!”

  1. Arief Wibowo

    I usually use potassium hydroxide if heavy duty is needed.

    Have you ever try cleaning the toilet with it?

    And a cheap and easy way to do is to pour a liter of coke and let it sit for an hour. Then flush!

    • Bea

      Potassium hydroxide is highly corrosive and can be found in cleaning products. I will have to do a little bit more research before cleaning with it; so for now I would stick with baking soda and vinegar.

  2. Eric Cantu

    I agree with this post. I find that using vinegar and baking soda gives it such a cleaner end result, don’t you?

    There’s just something about natural cleaners.

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