Water contains dissolved oxygen, therefore, when passing it through steel and cast -iron pipes, it will lead to the fact that they will begin to oxidize. Rust appears, consisting of iron oxides. Then, rust dissolved in water, settles on the surface of the toilets, baths and other plumbing devices. Products under the influence of rust are stained in dirty brown color.
It is better to warn the rust than then to eliminate it, so the purity of the toilet and the sink should also be paid attention to. The probability of rusting rust increases significantly if a lot of water remains on the surfaces. If the stains formed and the streams are not immediately removed, then the rust will pass deep and begin to corrode it. Wash the plumbing with detergents more often, and also do not leave metal dishes at the bottom of the bath or sink.
How to remove rust from the toilet
The toilet is to be such a plumbing subject of everyday life, which requires not only correct, but also careful circulation, as well as constant deserved care. Keep the toilet clean, since it is here that a lot of pathogenic microbes develop. Take it a rule to clean the toilet every three days, then you will not have to clean the rusty rust.
Ways to remove rust
In order to remove rust, use a variety of means: liquids, gels, pastes and powders. All drugs of the above contain acids that will help you in the fight against rust. At the same time, as a result of a chemical reaction, salts will begin to form. You will not wash them right away, and gradually the enamel of the toilet will begin to collapse. Therefore, you should not use these funds every day. Also, do not use large -grained and solid abrasives to clean the toilet, they reduce the gloss of the coatings, as well as the surface of the enamel can scratch.
You can remove rust from the earthenware and enameled toilets if you take a twenty percent solution of wine-stone acid or a five percent solution of sorrel acid. In the first case, you need 20 ml of acid for 80 ml of water, in the second case you will need 5 ml of acid for 95 ml of water. These solutions are applied to the inner surface and should be left for thirty – hour. Then take a rag, moisten it with ammonia and wipe the toilet, then rinse thoroughly with water. And your toilet will shine again with cleanliness.
In the fight against a rusty rust in the toilet, which is usually impossible to clean with cleaning agents, you will help you cleanse the hydrochloric acid. Take two tablespoons of hydrochloric acid and pour on the pre -dried toilet surface, spread it with a brush or sponge, leave it for fifteen to twenty minutes. After that, rinse the toilet with water several times so that all the remains of the acid are washed safely. In this case, observe precautions: work better in protective glasses and rubber gloves, try not to inhale acid, otherwise it can burn the mucous membrane.
How to remove rust from the toilet
Rusty spots that formed on faience, marble or enameled toilet will help remove hydrogen peroxide in a combination with ammonia. Mix ammonia and hydrogen peroxide in a ratio of 1: 9. Lubricate the place of rust in the toilet with the resulting solution and leave to infuse for several hours. Then wash the toilet with water along with disinfectants.
Our world does not stand still and therefore, today in modern household chemical stores you can purchase a huge number of cleaners intended specifically to clean the toilets. The most common of them “Silet”, “Sanita”, “Triumph”, “Sanitary-1,2”, “Mole”.