Bathroom Hacks: He Squeezes Dish Soap Into the Toilet, the Result is Genius

Though we keep our house clean, few places need frequent attention—for instance, your toilet.

However, today we have some unusual DIY hacks for spotless results. The first tip is a little bizarre. The individual uses Kool-Aid and sprinkles it around. Leave it on for 15 minutes. After that, use a brush to scrub the product. Eventually, after one flush, the result is unbelievable.

Let’s get on with the second trick. The video provides seven hacks to get the nasty germs off your bathroom. Furthermore, your trusty ingredient is all you need. To clean your smudgy mirrors. Black tea bags can come in handy. Soak them in water and after that, use it to wipe your mirror.

The shower ridges contain all sorts of stain. But don’t worry about it. Grab your dish wand. Then, fill it in equal parts of distilled vinegar and liquid soap. Once you start scraping, the dirt will come off like magic.

You can also use lemon to clean hard water stains from your fixtures. Moreover, if you wipe your toilet seat and the inner rims with vinegar. Hence, the outcome will leave you stunned.

A clogged toilet is a nightmare followed by panic mode. Therefore, you call a plumber or start plunging. However, the use of liquid soap quickly helps in those situations. Pour the soap in the toilet bowl. Top it off with hot water. Let it sit for a while. Eventually, you will notice the fantastic process. Flush it away. It is unclogged and looks sparkly too.

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How about we try something less mundane and more creative? In the video, a woman teaches to make toilet bombs. Besides, you don’t have to scrub at all. All you need is: 1/2 cup of baking soda, 1/2 cup of citric acid, essential oils spray bottle with water (optional, to spray in essential oils), and molds.

Finally, all that is remaining is to mix them all together. And start the journey of hassle-free toilet cleaning.

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