Pepsi and Coke as toilet cleaners

iddavis at vms.cis.pitt.edu iddavis at vms.cis.pitt.edu
Mon Oct 28 07:25:20 EST 1996


In article <550qbe$jfb at news4.digex.net>, bclee at access4.digex.net (Brian C. 
Lee) writes:
> Some carbonated soft drinks have fair amount of phosphoric acid, which can
> help loosen corroded metal and dissolve various minerals in the water
> deposits.  However, they are not very quick acting.  They also have the
> potential for staining the ceramic brown.

However, you have just given a plausible explanation for both the color
and the taste...

Ian Davis					iddavis at vms.cis.pitt.edu














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