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One of these places is the bathroom, which, even though we take proper care of it, still needs to be cleaned more frequently.
And what about the toilet? Nobody likes to clean it.
Full of germs and bacteria, they easily get dirty and smell bad. Without choosing the right products, cleaning it may become a tall order.
Luckily, many natural recipes can help you clean your house, especially your bathroom.
Did you know that a very common ingredient in every house can be used to clean your toilet? You probably eat it every day and can’t even imagine that it can be efficient to remove spots.
We are talking about salt. Thanks to its abrasive power and disinfecting action, it is very efficient to remove residue, spots and kill bacteria that are commonly found in bathrooms.
See how to make a homemade cleaner that can be used in the toilet and the rest of the bathroom, and that uses cheap ingredients that are easy to find.
You will need:
1 cup hot water;
1 tablespoon salt;
1 cup white vinegar;
3 tablespoons baking soda;
All you need to do is to mix salt and baking soda in a container. Reserve vinegar and water.
To use this mixture, put it on a sponge and rub on all the surfaces of the toilet.
After that, mix water and vinegar in a spray bottle and spray over the salt and baking soda.
Let it act for ten minutes and rinse with water.
It is recommended doing this procedure twice a week to keep your toilet perfectly sanitized.
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