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3 Common Ingredients That Can Remove Blood Stains From Your Toilet Seat
Blood stains contain a lot of pigment due to hemoglobin and iron, which means it can stain your toilet seat. Vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, and baking soda can fix this.
For the vinegar solution, simply transfer some distilled white vinegar to a spray bottle and spray it directly onto the toilet seat. Then, scrub it with a toilet wand or brush.
Vinegar is known for its potency against blood stains, and the same thing goes for hydrogen peroxide. Spray peroxide directly onto the toilet seat and wipe it off with a rag.
To remove a blood stain from your toilet seat using baking soda, add some water to the powdery substance first to activate it in a 2:1 ratio. This should make a paste.
Apply the paste onto the stain, give it about half an hour, and then wipe it off with a rag. Your toilet seat should be good
as new by the end.