Cleaning expert demonstrates out to clean your toilet
There are several reasons a toilet seat has turned yellow and the first reason could be due to hard water, otherwise known as limescale.
Harsh detergents and chemicals are often used to clean toilets in an effort to destroy the odour and stains, however, some of these cleaners can be damaging to a toilet seat’s finish.
For example, despite being known for its whitening properties, excessive bleaching of a toilet seat may cause it to turn yellow over time.
Urine stains are also a common reason toilet seats turn yellow. If households don’t clean their toilet seat after every use, urine could be building up and causing the seat to discolour.
With this in mind, cleaning enthusiasts have taken to the Mrsh Hinch Cleaning Tips and Tricks Facebook page to share their best methods of removing toilet seat stains after one woman was in need of advice.
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Posting a picture of a toilet seat covered in dark yellow stains, Claire Burns wrote: “Hi all, I saw a post a few weeks ago that I can no longer find about stains under the toilet lid.
“This is the result of cleaning my toilet once a week and the stain it leaves behind after cleaning.
“Maybe I should have cleaned it more often as I didn’t realise the toilet seats would stain and have never had this happen before. Is there anything I can do before having to replace the seat?”
The majority of group members suggested that Claire use the Pink Stuff Paste to remove these stains.
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Lesley Cheesman said: “Pink Stuff and a cleaning pad did mine a treat. The stains lifted instantly.
Nicole Austin commented: “I used Pink Stuff Paste and it worked a treat on the stubborn toilet seat stains.”
Mirela Plastir replied: “I had the same problem for ages but then discovered pink stuff and it worked like a miracle.”
Caroline Myers wrote: “I was ashamed of my toilet seat and tried the Pink Stuff Paste on it yesterday. Not one mark was left behind. Amazing.”
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Lou Kerr said: “I used Pink Stuff Paste for the first time last week on this very problem. Worked a treat.” Mel Gurung added: “The pink stuff it works so well and brings it up white again.”
The Pink Stuff Cleaner is a multipurpose cleaning paste that can be used on a wide variety of surfaces.
This tough cleaning paste can be applied using a soft cloth/sponge, providing light abrasion to remove even the most stubborn stains.
It can be picked up from Poundland for £1 or at local supermarkets such as Sainsbury’s and Tesco for £1.50.
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