Did you mistakenly sprinkle hair dye all over your toilet seat? Are you wondering how to get hair dye off toilet seat and cover? Wonder no more because you are in the right place.
Having hair dye on a toilet seat and toilet cover can be very annoying. First of all, it will destroy the luxurious look of your toilet and create a focal point of attraction. In the sense that, anybody that enters your toilet will definitely notice the stains on the toilet seat.
This kind of thing has happened to me. Though mine was not on the toilet seat, but on my bathroom sink and all over my bathtub. I will tell you the method I used in removing the stains completely. As it worked for the bathroom sink and bathtubs, it will also work on the toilet seat since they both were made from the same material.
How to Remove Hair Dye Off Toilet Seat and Cover
Here are how to get hair dye off toilet seat and toilet cover:
- Get a bottle of Clorox Cleaner and Bleach
- Spray the Clorox Cleaner and Bleach to the areas where the dye stains are on the toilet seat and cover
- Leave the Clorox Cleaner and Bleach on the affected area for about 15 to 30 minutes depending on the nature of the stain
- Now, clean the toilet seat surface with a wet cloth or rag and the stains will be completely gone.
If the stains were not completely gone at the first spray, spray it again and leave it for some minutes before cleaning. It will completely remove the stains. This was the method I used for my bathroom and I’m pleased to tell you that it worked for me effortlessly.
However, if you don’t wish to use Clorox Cleaner and Bleach for the removal, you can make use of the hair dye removal explained in this article here or follow the method explained below.
Here is the second method on how to remove hair dye from the toilet seat and toilet cover:
- Get a LA’s Totally Awesome All-Purpose Cleaner
- Apply the LA’s Totally Awesome All-Purpose Cleaner to the affected area
- Leave it for some time
- Now, scrub the affected area with a brush or cloth to get off the dye stains
If the dye is yet to dry, then quickly pour LA’s Totally Awesome All-Purpose Cleaner on the affected areas and clean with a wet cloth. If the dye has dried on the toilet seat or cover, spray the cleaner on it and leave it for some minutes before cleaning for a better result.
If you wish to use this method to get hair dye off the toilet seat and cover, then follow the instruction below.
- Get a Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser
- Apply some amount of the Bar Keepers Friend Cleanser on the affected areas
- Apply some water (should not be too much water)
- Now, use a brush to scrub the affected areas where you applied the cleanser
- Continue scrubbing until the dye stain is gone
Also, if you have a nail polish remover at home, you can as well use it to remove the dye stain off your toilet seat. Just spray the nail polish remover on the affected areas and wipe with a wet cloth or cotton bud.
I hope the methods explained in this article helps remove hair dye from your toilet seat and cover. I recommend using the first method or the last method which involves the use of nail polish remover. However, whichever method you decide to use will work for you.