Coke is more useful than you may have thought. Pour coke in your toilet as cleaning solution! You will be surprised.
After a long day under the sun, many of us turn to Coca-Cola to refresh ourselves. That, in itself, makes Coke useful. But Coke has many more uses outside of quenching your thirst on a warm summer day.
You can use Coke to remove grease stains from clothing and even remove rust from nuts, bolts, and tools. More surprisingly, you can even use Coca-Cola to remove grime and stains from a typical toilet bowl. To learn more about Coke as a makeshift toilet bowl cleaner, read on below.
Before we move on, let’s discuss how Coke became the popular beverage it is today. Pharmacist John Pemberton created the syrup for Coca-Cola in May 1886.
He carried a jug of his new product across the street to Jacobs’ Pharmacy in Atlanta. There, the product was sampled and was praised as “excellent.” At the time of the product’s launch, the product sold for merely five cents a glass.
Later on, Dr. Pemberton’s bookkeeper, Frank Robinson, coined the name “Coca-Cola” and penned the flowing typography that you can find on all Coke bottles today.
Little did Pemberton know that his delicious drink would be used over a hundred years later to clean various household objects like toilets.
To learn more about the step-by-step procedure for using Coke to clean your toilet, continue to the next page.