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‘Effortless’ cleaning hack to remove stubborn toilet limescale in ‘an hour’ without bleach | #hacking | #cybersecurity | #infosec | #comptia | #pentest | #hacker

A clean toilet is not only better to look at, it can also prevent blockages building up as well as limescale. However, limescale, a chalky substance consisting mainly of calcium carbonate, is fairly common in hard water areas and can often occur around the toilet rim. It may also build-up in the bowl, appearing yellow in colour. 

Mrs Hinch, who rose to fame on social media several years ago, often shares cleaning tips and tricks online. Her fans also share their best advice on dedicated cleaning groups.

On one Facebook group, a Mrs Hinch fan asked for some advice when it came to cleaning limescale from the toilet.

An anonymous group member wrote: “Have these brown stains all around the rim of the toiler and I can’t seem to get rid of them.

“I recently moved to the house and it was worse than before and it’s driving me mad.

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Dawn Evened commented: “Use black Harpic bleach, it’s amazing, effortless.”

Sammie Prescott wrote: “Black Hapric down your toilet overnight, you can also buy the tablets which are great too.”

Harpic Power Plus Toilet Cleaner claims to be 10 times better than bleach gel and is fast acting against limescale, rust and urine stains.

The description of the product reads: “Did you know that bleach disinfects but leaves limescale, home to germs, behind?

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Sammie Prescott said: “Coke is a good trick if you haven’t tried that, don’t need an expensive brand. If not, you may need to empty the water.”

To use coke, it is important to get a bottle of full fat to get the full effects, pouring it down the toilet before leaving it overnight.

Britons may need to go over it with hot water in the morning to dislodge any remaining limescale before flushing the toilet.

Others suggested attempting the 2p coin trick which involves rubbing the coin onto the stubborn limescale. It is thought the coin creates a chemical reaction between copper and limescale.

Sammie Prescott said: “Coke is a good trick if you haven’t tried that, don’t need an expensive brand. If not, you may need to empty the water.”

Lisa Prince said: “A 2p works. I did it with my toilet when I moved into my property. Holding it at a slight angle, just rub the limescale build up. Almost like you are chipping it away.”



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