How To Get Rid Of The Mineral Deposit From The Toilet ?

By Scott Rodgers

Human body is composed of a large number of essential constituents that helps in smooth working of your body. Minerals like calcium and magnesium are major components and play a vital role in body functioning. And the interesting thing is one of the source of all these minerals is water. Beside this, water has a significant role in carrying day to day activities.

Based on the universal fact, each and every thing has its own share of advantages and disadvantages. And so is the minerals present in the water. Though these minerals are of great importance for the human body but, are often accumulated on the faucet like sinks, toilet seat and showers.

Places like toilet seat, shower, sinks and other faucets when comes in contact with the minerals and the hard water highly suffer from calcium deposition. This seems to be unsightly and displeasing. So, below are some steps that helps an individual to get rid of the calcium deposits from the toilet seat.

Frequent cleaning of the toilet seat and tank with the toilet cleaning products may help prevent the deposition of the calcium and may prove effective in minor deposit stains if dealt with on regular basis. Being highly acidic, these remove the stains very quickly and easily. You just need to apply the chemical on the surface of the toilet and let it remain there for only half an hour. Properly rinse it with water.

At times, the calcium build- up is so hard that it remains there even if you have cleaned it with the toilet cleaner. In such cases, repeat the above steps two or three times. Eventually, the stain will leave its place. Keep your windows and doors of the lavatory open as the cleansers are caustic and release harmful vapor in the air.

Pouring a gallon or two of white vinegar will also help in breaking down the calcium deposits from the faucets. Since, applying vinegar to remove the stains is a natural and homely method, it causes no harm to the people.

Put at least one quart of the vinegar into the toilet bowl and let it stand for half an hour. Rinse it with water and you are then left with the clean toilet.

For more stubborn calcium deposits make use of the pumice stone. As this stone is very abrasive, these work well on these stains. In addition to this, one should take care that scrubbing the toilet seat with the abrasive can damage the porcelain. Hence, use them a little gently. - 31289

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