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Taking Care of your Toilet Bowl

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Taking Care of your Toilet Bowl

Over time, your toilet bowl can start to get dirty and stained. If you do not want to replace your toilet bowl, there are ways to clean it so that it looks new again. This is one of the easiest ways to add value to your home.

Take out the tank lid and dump out any water in the tank. If you want, you can pour some bleach in the tank. Put the lid back on and let it sit for a few hours.

After that, flush the toilet to remove all of the bleach from the tank. Take off the top cover of your toilet bowl and pour in some bleach water or vinegar water until it covers all of the areas that have built up grime and stains.

Let this sit for a few hours as well before flushing out all of the bleach or vinegar with hot water. Once you have removed all of this residue, take some vinegar or bleach water and wipe down all areas where grime was left behind by using a sponge or cloth.

To keep your toilet bowl looking new, wipe down any buildup on a regular basis with either bleach or vinegar water before letting it sit for a few hours before flushing it out with hot water again.

Dealing with Mold

Mold can grow in your bathroom and cause damage to your walls and to your toilet bowl. It is important to remove mold as soon as you notice it growing on your walls or on the inside of your toilet bowl.

This is a guide for removing mold from your toilet bowl, but the same steps can be used for other areas of mold in your bathroom.

Take off the lid from the tank and take out any water that is inside of it. Pour some bleach water into the tank and let it sit for a few hours before flushing it out with hot water.

If you want, you can pour some bleach water into the toilet bowl as well to help remove any grime that has built up on it. Put on rubber gloves and clean off all of the mold that has grown on the inside of your toilet bowl.

You can use a sponge or cloth to wipe it off and then flush it down the toilet. Take a wet cloth and wipe down any areas where mold has grown on the wall.

If you do not want to use bleach water, you can pour some vinegar water onto the area where mold has grown and let it sit for a few hours before wiping it off with a wet cloth.


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