Limescale halos in the toilet are a very recurring problem in that it only takes a few days for that particular area to be neglected that we immediately see them pop up! Fortunately, there are some very effective natural remedies that can help us remove them in no time to make the toilet as good as new again. Some are also quite unexpected, and today I’m going to tell you just such a one. let’s see together how to use flour to remove lime scale halos from the toilet!
Let’s first see what ingredients are needed to use this fantastic trick in no time! Don’t worry, these are items that you definitely have in your home or have no problem finding. Here is in detail what you will need:
- 1/3 lb of citric acid
- 1 quart of water
- Flour to taste.
Can you believe it? That’s all it takes and limescale halos will become just a distant memory and you’ll have no more problems! In addition to flour, which is often used in the home and is great for whitening ceramics, we also have citric acid which is increasingly popular for household use.
Once we have all the ingredients, all we need to do is figure out the process!
First, dissolve the 1/3 lb of citric acid in the 1 quart of water until it becomes a single solution, then transfer everything inside a vaporizer. Next, flush the toilet so that the inside walls are moistened and spread a good handful of flour, making it stick well. At this point, spray citric acid on the layer of flour and leave it overnight. The next day go scrub with a broom, rinse and lo and behold the toilet will be as good as new and without the slightest trace of a halo!
Other uses of flour
As mentioned earlier, flour is a fantastic item in the home because it allows you to do several chores almost at no cost! It might be bizarre to think that such an ingredient that is purely used in cooking can help with everyday cleaning with various very interesting tricks. Are you curious to find out all its functionalities? Let’s see them together now!
For oil stains
Oil stains are quite a problem because it is always a bit tricky to get them out. In such cases flour is very useful because it very effectively absorbs all the liquid, making the stain removal very easy. You will have to spread the flour on the affected area, let it absorb everything and then remove it with a napkin. Goodbye stains!
You know when you cook those particularly seasoned foods and you put a good amount of oil splattering all over? Here, with flour it’s not impossible to remove those pesky grease stains in no time. You will simply have to spread the flour over the affected areas of steel and put a little vinegar on the sponge. Rub gently and then rinse with plenty of water. The steel will be perfect!
Let’s conclude the alternative uses of flour by seeing to its application for metals! If they are dirty, oxidized, or you simply want to polish them, all you have to do is create a paste with water and flour. Spread the mixture and rub it in with a soft sponge, then rinse and there you go!
Try the remedy described first in an inconspicuous corner of the toilet to make sure it does not stain or damage.