Mother uses $11 cleaning product to remove stubborn stains in the toilet
Homeowner reveals the $11 cleaning product that banishes stubborn toilet stains in MINUTES - saving her hundreds of dollars
By Matilda Rudd For Daily Mail Australia
A mother who was struggling to clean her 'embarrassing toilets' has solved the problem with an $11 home descaler she purchased from Bunnings Warehouse.
Confronted with the hideous brown stains of a calcified lavatory, a Queensland mother-of-six cleared the problem with Scalex, which removes calcium, lime and rust.
She posted a transformation photograph on Facebook alongside an explanation about the lengths she had gone to in an effort to remove the built up grime.
A mother who was struggling to clean her 'embarrassing toilets' has solved the problem with an $11 home descaler she purchased from Bunnings Warehouse
Scalex can be purchased at hardware stores
'I tried bleach, stronger toilet cleaner and plain old scrubbing but nothing worked,' she told Yahoo.
The staining is often caused by dirty tank water, rusted pipes or calcification, and is usually very difficult to get rid of.
Replacing the entire toilet would have cost upwards of $500.
'Wish I had known about this trick before I just replaced both my toilets for the same reason,' the woman whinged.
Others said they had worked out the power of Scalex for themselves and used it in their own bathrooms.Share138 shares
Problem solved! A Queensland mother-of-six cleared the problem with Scalex, which removes calcium, lime and rust
'It's the only thing that worked on ours too. My kids were scared of the toilets when we moved in,' said another lady.
The descaler, which is produced by Hillmark, can also be used on dishwashers, washing machines and in the shower for the same purpose.
It can be purchased from Bunnings, Good Guys or regular hardware stores and won't exceed $12 in price.Read more:
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