‘It actually works!’: Mrs Hinch fans share 47p hack to banish ‘stubborn’ toilet limescale

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‘It actually works!’: Mrs Hinch fans share 47p hack to banish ‘stubborn’ toilet limescale

Limescale in the bathroom can be extremely difficult to clean, not to mention when it takes over toilets. Over time, toilet limescale can turn dark

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Limescale in the bathroom can be extremely difficult to clean, not to mention when it takes over toilets. Over time, toilet limescale can turn dark brown and can even have an impact on the material of the toilet bowl. Luckily Mrs Hinch fans have taken to social media on dedicated cleaning pages to share their top tips on removing these nasty deposits from toilet bowls.

Posting on Mrs Hinch Cleaning Tips page, one woman shared a picture of her heavily limescale toilet that had turned a brownish green colour.

Suzanne Louise captioned the picture asking: “How to get this off the toilet, tried limescale remover, bleach and a 2p coin.”

Limescale is caused by naturally occurring minerals in hard water, leaving a chalky white residue on wet surfaces. 

In a toilet, limescale appears in the form of brown marks due to the mineral deposits in the toilet such as iron, calcium, magnesium and lime will turn the limescale brown or green.

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Kim Macintosh said: “Put dishwasher tablet in the back of the toilet.”

Laura Reed commented: “I saw in a cleaning video a woman using a dishwasher tablet to rub it off the limescale.”

Rachel Stewart recommended: “Dishwasher tablets. May take three or four goes but it will get rid.”

Naomi Knights added: “Dishwasher tablets are the best. Leave overnight and flush in the morning.”



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