Stains in the bathroom caused by WC cleaning agents and WC tabs
Stains in the bathroom? Geberit has the answers. Marianne Krüger, a senior figure in the chemicals industry, explains how yellowish or bluish stains on WC lids and seats can be caused by cleaning agents containing chlorine and acid and how to prevent or remove them.
These special WC cleaning agents and tabs must only ever be used in the WC pan. If they do end up on plastic parts of the toilet, they must always be wiped away quickly with a damp cloth or sponge to prevent stains from forming in the first place.
Find out more about the series “Stains in the bathroom? Geberit has the answers”:
Part 1: Stains in the bathroom from hair dyes and bleaches
Part 2: Stains in the bathroom from hygiene products and bathroom cleaners
Part 3: Stains in the bathroom from nail polish and nail polish remover
Part 4: Stains in the bathroom due to limescale and silicate deposits
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