Originally Posted by tdst51
A couple of weeks ago I put a little RV anti-freeze in the all the traps in the trailer, and thought I would put just a little in the toilet. Checked it the other day, and it had leaked past the seal, which doesn't bother me, but now the toilet is stained bad! Pink or orange or whatever that color is. Any ideas on how to get that cleaned out? Do I dare use a little bleach in some water, or is that a no no? The toilet is porcelain; I'm wondering if that is going to be any easier as compared to some of the plastic ones. I'm very very lucky- my wife doesn't read the forums. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
You have two things going on here;
1) the stain, and since you said the bowl is porcelain you will have no problem, i would stay away from "bleach" as that has a chance of making you situation with the bowl seal worse (bleach can damage the rubber plumbing parts) so just use a bowl cleaner (if it does not just flush away) and in most cases it will.
2) having a panic attack over something you did "correctly" you were suppose to add the antifreeze to your water system but you and all others need to stop and take a deep breath, as if you are suppose to use a product every year to protect your water system, "why" would it be made and stain all it touches? It will not leave a permanent stain in most cases and in something as hard as porcelain you should always be ok.
Hope this help and in the end Happy Camping