Posted on August 22, 2022 /
Spray tanning is a healthier choice instead of baking in the sun.
Since the 1990’s spray tanning has grown in popularity. In about 15 minutes and for about $ 25.00 bucks you can have a nice tan. Applying it can sometimes be messy and cause stains in the bathroom.
So you are rockin, this amazing looking tan, feeling good on how it looks… Couple days go by and you notice the lightly brown tints all over the toilet seat. What the heck, you say….
Being a professional cleaner living on the coast we have seen staining from spray tan products.
How to Easily Remove Spray Tan from a Toilet Seat
- Bon Ami- is a scouring powder. Mildly abrasive. Moisten the powder with a little bit of water to make a paste. Using a cloth or sponge, lightly scrub the stained area.
- Baking Soda- Moisten about 1 tsp of baking soda with water to create a paste. Use a sponge or cloth to lightly scrub the area.
- Baking Soda and Vinegar- mix up a paste like solution and lightly scrub the stains with a cloth or sponge.
- Rubbing Alcohol- Apply a little bit of rubbing alcohol to a cloth, work it into the area.