Can you use a steel wool scouring pad to clean your toilet bowl?
Comet or any other toilet bowl cleanser and a scouring sponge.
Pumie scouring sticks. You can get them at ACE hardware.
Many commercial toilet bowl cleaners contain hydrochloric acid as its active scouring ingredient. Others use glycolic acid or chlorine bleach. Lately it has become popular to create cleaners at home and a combination of white vinegar and lemon juice can clean just as well as commercial cleaners.
You hold them or get clean water for them
"To get that toilet clean! Do you want a nasty a** toilet? Didn't think so." -Common Sence
yes you can but you would have to clean it with toilet bowl cleaner
A clean stainless steel bowl will not cause chemical contamination, which is why you use them.
shove spunges and toilet bowl cleaner and pine sol into it
With great difficulty, as the discoloration is likely to have sunk into the porcelain.
Spray it with a disinfectant thoroughly. Squirt some cleaner in the bowl. Swab out the bowl. Wipe down the whole toilet. Flush.
The most common type of bowl is the stainless steel bowl, mainly because they are durable and easy to clean. A dog can drink out of any sort of bowl really; it doesn't have to be stainless steel. Ceramic bowls are also durable, easy to clean, but weigh more than stainless steel which help keep the bowl from being pushed around or tipped over.
To remove toilet bowl cleaner stains from the tub, you will need hot water and a sturdy brush. Get the brush wet and use elbow grease to clean the stain.
My little dog did when I unfortunately forgot to fill its water bowl! But fortunately the toilet had been flushed and the water was RELATIVELY clean.
Wear rubber gloves, eye and face protection. If you are asking how to clean the toilet so as to make it hygienic, With a disinfectant spray such as Lysol brand, wipe down the outside: Tank, Bowl, Seat, Ring, and Hinge. Next, use a cleaner containing bleach inside the bowl. Follow the instructions on the bowl cleaner and brush as required.
What chemical substance in the toilet bowl cleaner causes discoloration on stainless steel materials?
Clorox or anything with a similar composition will cause stainless steel to rust. Use a water/vinegar mix or a water/peroxide mix to clean anything with stainless steel. (Vinegar is also good for cleaning kitchens since it reacts with oils and fats.)
toilet cleaner, or Windex if it is the outside of the toilet bowl.
If there are urine stains in your toilet bowl, pour a generous amount of bleach into the toilet bowl and under the rim, then leave overnight. The next morning, flush the toilet and pour more bleach into the bowl and scrub with a toilet brush.
I would strongly recommend you get a commercial product instead - one that was specifically designed for cleaning.
Yes if there is no added chemicals, bleach, or chlorine, and the water is clean. It can be messy though. A proper water bowl is a better idea.
a strawberry can, u cant shake a toilet bowl.
Turn off the water to the toilet and flush so that no water is in the bowl. Add CLR (available at most stores) and let it sit for the rec commended time. Brush to clean. Turn the water back on and flush.
Yes, toilet bowl cleaner is very corrosive
The flushing toilet was invented by John Harrington in 1596. he was English so the toilet bowl was invented in England.
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2" or 3" integral trap built into toilet bowl.
Generally, you just squirt in toilet bowl cleaner and then take a commode brush and scrub the inside of the toilet. You would go around the side, go under the rim where the water comes down, and go down in the hole. You might use the brush on the outside of the toilet some too, especially in hard to reach places such as under the seat and between the tank and the top of the… Read More
A toilet bowl was made for people to go to the bathroom inside their house. To use a toilet bowl, you have to first sit on it and go to the bathroom. When you are done, you push the handle down to flush it.
Either stagnant water in the tank (flush more often), dirt bowl or floor (clean 'em), or the wax seal between the toilet and the sewage line is degraded (call a plumer)
clay used in making the porcelain bowl or the trace minerals that are in the water in the toilet bow.
they are toilet bowl cleaner and the thing that sites buy the toilet
well you know how bleach leavs some stuff behind? well toilt cleaners have to have something to help it clean toilets. but I recommend that you use mr clean magic bubbles, because it helps you clean soo much better.and all you have to do is stamp some blue thimg on the side of the toilet bowl to keep it clean for a week!
Which part, the tank or the bowl? If it's the tank, you have a problem with a restriction between the tank and the bowl. If it's the bowl, you have an obstruction in either the neck of the toilet or the drain pipe below the toilet.
Will the Water in tank is clean water, Sane as the water that comes out of Faucets. But the bowl water might have bacteria That can spread a Virus.
The modern plastic version of toilet bowl brush was invented in 1932 by William C. Schopp of Huntington Park, California US. Later it was patented in 1933 by th Addis Brush Company. Mostly this toilet bowl brush is accompanied with toilet cleaner or bleach. Now there are also electronic toilet bowl cleaners available in the market.
Toilet bowl cleaners are normally diluted acids like HCL/H2SO4.
You should throw it in the bowl. That is the correct place for it, just not huge clumps of it.
not all toilet bowls and tanks are compatible. If your toilet bowl has no holes for a tank it most likely a bowl that is made for a flush valve, or a high or low boy mounted tank.
Water would drain from the toilet bowl if there is a crack in the lower part of the toilet. You would possible see water or signs of damp around the base. There is unfortunately no 'fix' for a crack in a porcelain bowl. If this is the cause then you need anew toilet.
17" from floor to top of toilet bowl.
There are many designs and sizes of toilet bowl, but in general they hold about 3 litres of water.
None, toilet bowl cleaners are basses. Almost all cleaning products are a bass
No, trap is integral part of toilet bowl.
They are called tank bolts.
A toilet that slowly looses all of the water out of the tank or bowl when it has not been used for a log time is experiencing a condition that renders the toilet almost unusable. When you flush a toilet, the water in both the tank and the bowl empty out, only to be immediately replenished with fresh water. alliedallcityinc.com
What should you do if there is not much water in your toilet bowl and you tried flushing it again and the plunger isn't working?
Time to give up and call a plumber to clean your drain line.
Possibly wax ring or toilet tank to toilet bowl gasket.
put toilet paper over the toilet bowl
It might. It depends on your own levels of hygiene and whether you keep the toilet bowl clean and flished! It also depends on whether you use lots of bleaches and cleaning agents, which would be really bad and really dangerous for a cat. A simple solution would be to keep the lid down.
Tidy bowl toilet cleaner.
Only if you feed them and have water circulation. If you flush the toilet often or use it for it's main purpose, the snails will probably be flushed away or poisoned. If you clean the toilet bowl and they are living there they will be killed. They can, however, probably live in the tank of the toilet, considering that the water circulates. With no source of food, though, they will die. ~Wigglerthefish Fish Help Forum