Suffering with moldy toilets? Suffer no longer, because I just found the best product to use, and I'm sharing my knowledge with you.
About a week after moving in, I noticed mold was starting to grow inside the toilet bowl. So I grabbed the scrub brush and tried to clean it out. I found myself every day for the next couple days scrubbing that toilet bowl. It was so gross! It didn't matter how often I scrubbed it, the mold was growing faster than I couldn't keep up with.
I woke up one morning, and told Mark I was going to get that toilet cleaned by the end of the day. Turns out, he had the same thought (yes I have an awesome husband).
Mark's solution was a bit more educational than mine. He deduced that there must be something like calcium deposits in our toilet. So he grabbed some Lime-A-Way, and poured it into the toilet tank. That way, every time we flushed, we'd get a coating of Lime-A-Way in the bowl.
Ok I thought, that might work. I still needed to scrub the new layer of mold off. I took my trusty Comet, and scrub brush, and headed to the bathroom. The Lime-A-Way had already been at work! One coating of Comet, and the mold came right off.
I kept my eye on the toilet the next couple days, waiting for the mold to come back, but it never did!!
Thank you Lime-A-Way!!
Two weeks later, a small patch of mold was returning, so I added a couple more squirts of Lime-A-Way to the tank, scrubbed the inside of the bowl, and our toilet is clean again.
If you are having a mold problem as bad as mine, I suggest calling a plumber as well as using the Lime-A-Way. There is very possibly something else going on to cause such a large mold build up. Since we are renting (and hopefully for not too much longer), we chose to stick with cleaning it ourselves.
*This is NOT a sponsored post. This is a product I had on hand, used, and loved. I wanted to share my discovery with you, my readers.