August 31, 2021
The least expensive approach is, of course, to maintain a cleaning schedule so that the calcium deposits don’t have the opportunity to create a stain. A weekly scrubbing of your toilet should do the trick. The sooner you can tackle the problem, the easier it will be to clean. Think of the stain like tartar on your teeth. The longer you go without brushing, the more tartar will build up. And hence, the harder and longer your dental hygienist will have to work on getting rid of it.
There are many over the counter products that you can use for this weekly cleanup. You can also go more “natural” and create a paste using baking soda and vinegar. Apply the paste to the stain – let it sit for at least 15 minutes and then rinse.
But for more difficult stains we recommend the following steps: