Why Salt in Your Toilet?
Salt’s abrasive nature tackles hard-to-remove limescale and stubborn yellow stains, especially at the bottom of the toilet bowl and shower walls.
Besides removing stains, salt combats odors and helps unclog pipes.
Avoid flushing tampons or wipes; these can lead to clogs. Stick to natural waste and toilet paper.
Quick Fix for Clogs and Odors:
For a smelly or clogged toilet, pour a glass of salt into the bowl. Let it sit for a few minutes, then flush.
Regular Maintenance Tip:
Once a month, prevent clogs by adding a tablespoon of salt to boiling water and pouring it into the toilet. Let it sit for 15 minutes, then flush.
Boiling water alone can also unclog pipes if the blockage isn’t severe.
For tougher clogs, mix half a liter of white vinegar with a liter of water, bring it to a boil, and pour into the toilet. Let it work its magic for 30 minutes.
Not Just for Toilets:
This salt method works wonders for unclogging kitchen and bathroom sink pipes too.
Transform your toilet care routine with this straightforward, effective approach using salt!