Removing Calcium on a Plastic Portable Potty?

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Hard water can leave deposits on a child's porta-potty. Vinegar or lemon juice with a plummer's cloth can be helpful for cleaning them. This is a page about removing calcium on plastic portable potty.


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December 4, 2017

What do I use to clean the calcium out of a plastic portable potty in my house?


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Lemon juice and vinegar and excellent to get rid of calcium buildup in a toilet. I like this because the toilet you have is plastic and it won't damage the plastic toilet. Your second option is to buy a plumber's cloth sold at many hardware stores. Cut off a section of the cloth and wet it with water. Now use this cloth to scrub the stain. This is fantastic for removing calcium stains in a toilet.

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Natures Miracle will dissolve the urine crystals

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Lysol toilet bowl cleaner it is a blue gel squirt in potty for an hour wipe out.


It works really well.

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Vinegar if you want to go the natural route, lime away if you want a commercial product.

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