The EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner was made to keep your pipes, plumbing and appliances in good shape, but did you know that it will also help to make your cleaning routine easier? One question that I’ve heard many times is whether the EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner will help with keeping toilets clean, and the answer is yes, absolutely! While our No-Salt Conditioner doesn’t remove the ring-causing minerals from water, it will do two things that will help make your cleaning routine much easier.
First, water treated with the EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner will break down existing hard water rings, in the same way that it will dissolve hard water scale deposits in your pipes and plumbing. Even the oldest and hardest white or gray mineral rings are easy to scrub after installing the EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner. Just give it a couple of weeks to go to work on the build-up, and you’ll be able to wipe it right off without too much work. You’ll want to make sure that the treated water is in constant contact with the ring, so make sure to flush at least once a week to keep a constant supply of freshly treated water.
Second, the way that the EasyWater No-Salt Conditioner treats the minerals keeps them from adhering from surfaces, and also reduces the surface tension of water. Combined, this means that you’ll have less opportunity for a repeat ring. Treating your water doesn’t give you an excuse to not clean your toilet (of course!), but if you’re on a once-weekly cleaning schedule you should not have any mineral build-up between cleanings, and if you’re brave you might even be able to stretch it to 2 weeks.
Our favorite green ways to keep it clean?
1. Scrub with a soft scrubber sponge and a mixture of lemon juice and Borax, or use an all-natural commercial product like Lemi Shine.
2. Fill the bowl with a couple scoops of oxygen bleach, white vinegar or 2 denture tablets. Allow to soak, then scrub clean.
3. For the toughest stains, rub lightly with a very wet pumice stone. A dry stone will scratch the bowl which will make future staining worse.