Published on: June 24, 2010
One nasty toilet problem that many people face is the toilet bowl ring. Before you contact your local Chicago Cleaning Service, here’s a few tips from Spotless Cleaning Chicago. The earlier you attack this problem, the easier it will be to remove the ring. A thorough cleaning with a commercial acid-based bowl cleaner may do the trick. If the bowl cleaner doesn’t work, try using a green, nylon-backed scrubsponge along with the acid.
For an old ring, use a pumice stone. Wet the stone with the water in the bowl and rub it on the ring. Keep the stone wet the entire time you’re scrubbing. Pumice stones should only be used on vitreous china toilets – never on colored, enamel or plastic fixtures. Once you’ve gotten rid of a ring, weekly cleanings should keep it from coming back. If the problem persists or you would rather not stick your hands in the toilet, call maid services in Chicago and have them handle the problem for you.