Question - What chemicals are in toilet cleaner?

Answered by: Martha Walker  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 16-06-2022  |  Views: 1137  |  Total Questions: 14

Toilet cleaners contain the chemicals sodium hypochlorite or hydrochloric acid, or bleach. Citric acid is in a number of "natural" toilet bowl cleaners that rely on the slightly acidic properties of citrus fruits such as lemons and oranges. Citrus acid binds well with minerals and helps remove them from the toilet surface. Bleach and ammonia are two common household cleaners that should never be mixed. They react together to form toxic chloramine vapors and may lead to the production of poisonous hydrazine. What It Does: Chloramine burns your eyes and respiratory system and can lead to internal organ damage. Product ingredients Ingredient. SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE. HYDROCHLORIC ACID. PEG-2 HYDROGENATED TALLOW AMINE. ALCOHOL ETHOXYLATES (C12-15) METHYL SALICYLATE. BENZENESULFONIC ACID, ((4-(BIS(4-((SULFOPHENYL)AMINO)PHENYL)METHYLENE)-2, 5-CYCLOHEXADIEN-1- PEG-8 TALLOW AMINE. Common cleaning agents Water, the most common cleaning agent, which is a very powerful polar solvent. Soap or detergent. Ammonia solution. Calcium hypochlorite (powdered bleach) Citric acid. Sodium hypochlorite (liquid bleach) Sodium hydroxide (lye) Acetic acid (vinegar)

5 Most Dangerous Household Chemicals Ammonia. Ammonia fumes are a powerful irritant, potentially harming your skin, eyes, nose, lungs and throat. Bleach. Another useful but dangerous cleaner, bleach also has strong corrosive properties that can do serious damage to the human body. Antifreeze. Drain Cleaners. Air Fresheners.

Mix 15 drops of essential oil of your choice into 2 cups of white vinegar and spray into the toilet bowl and allow to sit for a few minutes. Next, sprinkle baking soda into the toilet bowl and scrub thoroughly with a green scrubby, then flush. For stubborn hard water stains use a pumice stone.

Mix one part muriatic acid to five parts water and slowly pour that solution into the toilet bowl. Add just enough to come up to the normal water level in the bowl. If you add any extra, it will go down the drain line toward your septic tank. Let the acid solution sit in the bowl for two to three hours.

Vinegar can be used as a safer bleach alternative for some applications, like cleaning. It is also biodegradable. However, vinegar is not a registered disinfectant and does not kill dangerous bacteria like staphylococcus. Hydrogen peroxide has antimicrobial ingredients and can be an effective household cleaner.

Clean the toilet bowl: Sprinkle the sides of the toilet bowl. Let the powder rest for 15 minutes, then scrub the toilet with a toilet bowl brush, and flush. Disinfect the toilet bowl: Spray hydrogen peroxide or vinegar on the sides of the toilet bowl, let the spray rest for 30 minutes, then flush.

Steps Measure out a cup or two of Coke. Open a bottle or can of Coke. Pour the Coke into the bowl. Pour the Coke around the rim of the bowl. Let the Coke sit. Patience is key. Flush. While you let the Coke sit, the acids will slowly loosen the built-up stains in the bowl. Repeat as needed.

Put vinegar or lemon juice in a spray bottle. Spray the inside of the bowl with the bottle. If you use baking soda, it will begin to fizz when the acidic vinegar or juice comes in contact with it. Allow it to set for at least 15 minutes and up to two hours.

Corrosive. Causes irreversible eye damage and skin burns. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Do not get in eyes, on skin or on clothing.

BATHROOM and TOILET BOWL CLEANERS: Corrosive ingredients in toilet bowl cleaners are severe eye, skin and respiratory irritants. And bathroom cleaners containing sodium hydroxide, sodium hypochlorite (bleach), or phosphoric acid can irritate lungs and burn eyes, skin and, if ingested, internal organs.

Specifications Brand Lysol Category Toilet/Urinal Cleaners pH < 1. 0 Condition New Manufacturer Model Number 74278

Lysol toilet bowl cleaner with bleach brightens your toilet as it cleans and disinfects. The thick formula sticks to the bowl for better cleaning. Contains no phosphates. Made in the USA.

An active chemical in toilet bowl cleaner is hydrochloric acid, or HCl. This chemical is corrosive to the skin and toxic if ingested. It causes eye irritation, kidney damage and irritation to your respiratory tract if inhaled. If you get cleaner containing HCl on your skin, remove it immediately with soap and water.

Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner with Bleach brightens, cleans and disinfects your toilet bowl. Most bathrooms can be a breeding ground for germs, but Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner provides peace of mind. The thick formula clings to the bowl, brightening your toilet as it cleans and disinfects.