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Hate toilet issues Here are 8 useful tricks to help you save hundreds

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5. Keep paint off the toilet using garbage bag
Painting a bathroom is a tricky project. There are so many small spaces to get around. You simply can’t afford to remove your toilet to paint behind it, but often the gap between the toilet and the wall is visible. How do you paint it without painting the toilet?
House of Hepworths suggests covering the toilet with an inexpensive trash bag. It slides right over the tank. Painters tape secures the bag and keeps the plastic off of the wall. After the paint has dried, remove the bag and throw it away.

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6. Identify a leak using Koolaid
A leaking toilet add to your water bill without you even knowing it. If you don’t hear your toilet running, it doesn’t mean it isn’t leaking. You can easily check for a leak with a packet of flavored drink mix.
The strong dye in the drink mix makes detecting a toilet leak with Kool-Aid an easy task. Simply pour the powder into the tank and wait. If after 15 minutes you see color appearing in your toilet bowl, Goldberg Plumbing says you have a leak that needs attention.

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7. Clean the impossible
Water, time and use can create a seemingly impossible to remove stain in your toilet bowl. Remove toilet stains easily with a container of lemon or orange drink mix. The citric acid in the drink mix works to gently remove stains without the use of harmful chemicals.
All you need to do is pour the drink mix into the toilet before bed and leave to soak overnight. Apartment Therapy says that in the morning your toilet will be nice and clean without scrubbing.

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8. Get your kids to clean the toilet
A Cultivated Nest has solved the problem of who cleans the toilet with her DIY citrus and lavender toilet fizzies. These fun fizzies are easy to create and free from harsh chemicals.
Her step-by-step tutorial combines citric acid, baking soda and essential oils for a bubbling cleaner that smells great. Kids and adults will have fun dropping these self-cleaning tablets into the toilet. Just let soak and then flush to keep stubborn stains from appearing.

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Keeping your toilet in top condition doesn’t take a lot of time and money if you simply know how to perform simple repairs and maintenance. Share how easy it is with all your Facebook friends!
RESOURCES BANNER IMAGE CREDIT, REAL SIMPLE, HUFFINGTON POST, HOMESPOTHQ, THE FAMILY HANDYMAN, HOUSE OF HEPWORTHS, GOLDBERG PLUMBING, APARTMENT THERAPY, AND A CULTIVATED NEST

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