How to remove rust stains in the toilet?
Often brown or orange stains in the toilet are a result of hard water that has passed through the bowl, leaving traces of minerals behind. In particular, rust stains in the toilet can be blamed on the water coming into contact with iron minerals, which leave a red residue when they come into contact with the air.
These rust stains are particularly stubborn and tend to leave a brown ring in the toilet. The best toilet stain remover in our range for getting rid of these tough toilet stains our Lysol® Lime & Rust Remover – simply follow the same steps you would for getting rid of limescale in the toilet!
How to deep clean your toilet parts?
Sometimes, our toilet requires an exhaustive clean of its respective parts. If this is the case, you can find out how to tackle each individual section, read more about:
How To Clean A Toilet Seat
How To Clean The Toilet Rim
How to keep your toilet clean?
The most obvious way to keep your toilet fresh and hygienic is to clean it regularly. In addition to this however, you could also consider getting one of our Lysol® Click Gel Toilet Bowl Cleaners to keep your toilet smelling fresh and clean in-between deep cleans with Lysol® Power Toilet Bowl Cleaner.
Please note: Always use Lysol® products as directed on the label.
With Lysol®’s wide range of powerful toilet cleaners, you can be sure to get rid of toilet stains with ease! We can’t promise you’re going to love cleaning the toilet, but with these tips you’ll be able to get your toilet clean, fresh-smelling and sparkling, with minimal effort and maximum