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Hard water making your buckets look dirty? Here’s how you can get rid of those tough borewell stains.
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Hard water making your buckets look dirty? Here’s how you can get rid of those tough borewell stains.

With multiple visits in a day, keeping the toilet clean and fresh may seem like a challenge. Fret not, we’re here to save the day.

Here is a guide on how to clean such a bucket and make sure you can continue using it.    

Step 1:

Vinegar. Add a cup full of vinegar inside the affected bucket. This will loosen the dirt from the stained surfaces. 

Step 2:

Baking soda. Take three tablespoons of baking soda and add it to the vinegar. This will cause a reaction such that the gunk is completely off from the bottom. Let it sit for 15 minutes

Step 3:

Clean it. Put on a plastic glove and scrub the stains from the bucket using a scrub sponge. Rinse the bucket with some soapy water to clean it thoroughly.

Bid adieu to the stains on your bucket!