To start, pour one whole cup of white vinegar into your toilet bowl. Now grab your toilet brush and give the inside of your toilet bowl a good scrub with the vinegar/ toilet water mix. Make sure you swish the vinegar all over the bowl, paying particular attention to any toilet rings.
– The next step is to shower your toilet bowl with one cup of baking soda. Once you have done this you will want to get another two extra cups of vinegar into the bowl to really get things moving. Leave the concoction to mingle for about 10 minutes.
– After 10 minutes have passed, grab a hold of your toilet brush and scrub the mixture over your entire toilet bowl. We’re talking above the water line, up and under the rim, and, of course, all over the toilet ring.
- After however long you decide to leave the bleach, it is time to scrub the inside of your toilet bowl with your toilet brush. Again, spend the time to really scrub every last nook and cranny of your entire toilet bowl.
- Though you may only be trying to remove a stubborn toilet ring, you don’t want to miss any sneaky bacteria under the rim. Any wayward remaining bacteria will only go and help another toiler ring to form, and nobody wants that.