As for how well it worked, Maxine remarked: “Look at that! All it needed was a bit of elbow grease and limescale remover, and antibacterial spray and it’s gone.”
In an area with hard water, the chalky residue from limescale can really build up, particularly under the water line.
Maxine used a blunt dinner knife to avoid damaging the porcelain to chip away at the thick limescale in the toilet bowl.
“All I’m doing is prizing it off the bottom of the toilet, and it comes off freely,” she said.