Toilet cleaner with essential rosemary and lemon oil
This ecological gel cleaner for toilet bowl maintenance is based on citric acid and alcohol. The product doesn’t contain chlorine and has a pleasant scent of organic rosemary and lemon essential oils.
The gel acts as a disinfection, dissolves sediments and effectively cleans even hard to reach places. Ideal choice for households which are connected to biological water treatment plants or septic tanks due to its sensitive ingredients. In addition, the toilet cleaner has a pleasant fresh scent of rosemary and lemon essential oils.
For regular toilet maintenance: apply the gel to the inside of the bowl and let it work for approximately 15 minutes. Clean the remaining residues with a toilet brush (wooden brush recommended).
Cleaning the toilet after a longer time: pour a kettle of hot water into the bowl and add 1-2 teaspoon of Puer – Oxygen stain remover and bleaching powder. Wait 10 minutes at least (ideally, let it work overnight), and clean the bowl with a toilet brush. If limescale is present in the bowl, let the powder work overnight and add a spoon of Scale remover or half a glass of warm vinegar. In the case of stubborn residues, repeat the whole cleaning process or make use of mechanic energy – rubber gloves and a plastic scourer 😊
Tip: use the solution left after cleaning the kettle: sprinkle Bika – baking soda into the toilet bowl and pour it over with a hot solution of water and Scale remover which remained after cleaning the kettle. Let this solution work for approximately 20 minutes and clean the bowl with a toilet brush afterwards.
For our household products, we choose only those ingredients which present the lowest possible burden for our health and our planet and use revitalised water. Our products are not tested on animals. This product does not contain oil derivatives, chlorine, synthetic fragrances or dyes.
Causes serious eye damage. If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand. Keep out of reach of children.
IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.
If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice/attention.
Disposal: Please bring unused product to a collecting site for special and hazardous waste. Rinse the empty packaging properly and put it into recycled waste.