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Stop Your Toilet Seat From Turning Yellow With These Amazing Tips

Over time, your plastic toilet seat can become yellow and dull. We bring you a few cleaning tips to restore its colour.


How to Remove Yellow Stains from Toilet Seat | Cleanipedia

Cleaning your toilet might be the last item on your to-do list, especially as it’s not the most favoured area to clean. However, no matter how unpleasant the task, it is vital to get it done. One of the biggest challenges is removing yellow stains from your toilet seat.

Here are a few bathroom cleaning tips to make your seat shine.

1) Use Vinegar and Lemon Juice

Both vinegar and lemon are acidic, making them ideal ingredients to clean your yellow-stained toilet seat. Take a bowl, add 3 cups of vinegar, squeeze 1 lemon and mix well. Let it rest for 5 minutes. Apply this mixture over the stained seat and scrub it with a brush. Finally, clean the area with water.

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2) Use Baking Soda and Hot Water

Baking soda can easily clean stains from your toilet seat. Before you begin the cleaning process, ensure you wear rubber gloves. In a bowl add ½ a cup of water and ¼th cup of baking soda. Mix well to make a paste. Apply this paste on your toilet seat and let it sit for 20 minutes. Use a damp sponge to wipe the paste off. Finally, rinse with clean water.

3) Use Baking Soda and a Soft Drink

Take a bottle of any fizzy soft drink and pour it in a spray bottle. Spray this over the stained seat. Next, sprinkle baking soda on your toilet seat and scrub the affected area with a cloth. Let the cleaning solution sit for 10-15 minutes. Finally, rinse your toilet seat with water. Remember to wear rubber gloves during the cleaning process.

Follow these simple tips for a clean and stain-free toilet seat. Depending on the severity of the stain, you may have to repeat the tips until your toilet seat is back to its original colour.


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