Should you clean the inside of your toilet tank? By cleaning your toilet tank regularly—twice a year, at least—you may extend the life of your toilet and all of its parts, freshen your bathroom’s smell, and save yourself some elbow grease the next time you sanitize your toilet bowl.
What is the easiest way to clean a toilet tank?
- Drain the water out of the tank.
- Add 2 tablespoons of Dawn, a cup of vinegar and ½ cup of baking soda.
- Use the toilet brush to swish it around.
- Scrub down the sides and bottom.
- Let it sit for about an hour.
- Give it another good scrub to get any new stuck-on sediment, algae, rust, and mold.
What is the best cleaner for toilet tank?
- Best Kit: Clorox ToiletWand Disposable Toilet Cleaning System.
- Best Flushable Pads: Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Toilet Bowl Cleaning System.
- Largest Liquid Cleaner Pack: Lysol Bleach-Free Hydrogen Peroxide Toilet Bowl Cleaner.
- Best Natural Cleaner: Better Life Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaner.
Is it OK to put bleach in toilet tank? “The biggest don’t when it comes to toilet tanks is bleach—do not use bleach or products containing bleach inside the tank, as it can corrode the internal parts of your toilet. If you are aiming to remove tough stains from the tank, I also recommend white vinegar diluted with water.”