Cleaners and septic systems

What makes a good toilet cleaner for a home with a septic system? As we are aware, bleaches and such are not a good idea.
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baking soda. vinegar if you get lime deposits. mix the two for fun results :) small amounts of bleach won't hurt the septic, but if you have iron in the water bleach will cause it to precipitate & make the toilet (or your laundry) stained, which is why i avoid it. also, it may brighten up the lime deposits, but it doesn't remove it. lee
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enigma wrote:

But don't mix vingar and bleach together! You may not have to worry about your septic system anymore.
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vinegar & bleach make clorine gas too? great. i don't keep ammonia around because i'm afraid one of the denser housemates might mix them, but now i have to worry about the vinegar <sigh> BTW, don't put bleach in litter boxes or the trays under rabbit pens either ;) lee
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The label on the Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner claims it will not harm septic systems. This is packaged in a squeezable plastic bottle with a reverse-angle spout.

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