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post #1 of Old 12-04-2012, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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Is an oxygen bleach effective in cleaning the toilets if I do not want to use chlorine bleach. Are there any good alternatives that are effective enough to clean my toilets? Please suggest something.
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post #2 of Old 12-04-2012, 11:45 PM
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If you are trying to get rid of a hard water ring you will need an acidic product or a pumice stone.
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post #3 of Old 12-05-2012, 11:01 PM
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Oxygen bleach is better, It has far more advantages than chlorine bleach.
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If pumice stone is good for getting rid of hard water rings then I would use it instead of acidic products because acidic cleaning agents have too many disadvantages.
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I've had good results with Avmor.

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There are various cleaning products available for giving the best shine to bathroom fixtures, but what needs to be taken care of is frequent cleaning must be done so that the use of strong chemicals is not required for cleaning purpose.
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'Although there are a few efficient homemade cleaning products for the toilet, I use borax. Sprinkle ľ cup of borax into the toilet bowl, then scrub around with the toilet brush. Allow to sit for at least 30 minutes, if itís possible let it sit overnight. Brush and flush.'
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Yes acidic product is good to use for toilet cleaning.
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I've had good results with Avmor.

Cheers, Tom

I agree with tom here!

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Yes acidic product is good to use for toilet cleaning.
Will heed on this. thanks for the information.

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have you all tried cleaning with coke?..there's a youtube video on how to..
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The best for cleaning toilets is Snobol cleaner!
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Thank you for this great information.. I really appreciate it....
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have you all tried cleaning with coke?..there's a youtube video on how to..
I always using coke to clean inside of me.
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'Although there are a few efficient homemade cleaning products for the toilet, I use borax. Sprinkle ľ cup of borax into the toilet bowl, then scrub around with the toilet brush. Allow to sit for at least 30 minutes, if itís possible let it sit overnight. Brush and flush.'
Thank you for this post, I used it twice and got good results, it was quite easy and helpful at the same time. Thanks again for helping clean my toilet like never before.
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Thanks for providing information
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That's a very helpful post...as most are here.
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Try using vinegar.Pour a couple of cups of vinegar into the toilet before bed, swish it with a toilet brush in the morning and flush.This simple strategy will sanitize your toilet and remove those stubborn hard water stains too.The acetic acid in vinegar kills viruses, germs, bacteria and mold. It also dissolves tough mineral deposits and stains.
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When I get stuck with a toilet that is really a mess I use a products called The Works toilet bowel cleaner. The stuff is amazing. It is cheap and usually found in the dollar stores. It has never failed me.
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Is an oxygen bleach effective in cleaning the toilets if I do not want to use chlorine bleach. Are there any good alternatives that are effective enough to clean my toilets? Please suggest something.
I haven't heard much about oxygen bleach, but the bleach mixed with a good acid seems to best and effective for cleaning toilets.
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