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post #1 of Old 07-03-2013, 12:42 PM Thread Starter
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How do I get rid of that ring in my toilet bowl cleaner?

How do I get rid of that dirty looking ring on the inside of the bowl where the waterline reaches? Can anyone please help me by recommending a good cleaner? I have tried many products and still looking for that miracle product that will help me get rid of that repulsive looking ring and make me enjoy the task of cleaning my bathroom....that must be in my dreams.
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post #2 of Old 07-04-2013, 12:47 AM
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There will be yellow or brownish stain and water stain on after using them for sometimes. Then you can try to mix salt with turpentine into a paste. Smear the sink and toilet. Wait for 15 minutes and clean with a wet sponge. stain will disappear.
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post #3 of Old 11-20-2013, 09:20 PM
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A pumice stone/stick.
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post #4 of Old 11-21-2013, 02:36 PM
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use a pumice stone
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post #5 of Old 11-22-2013, 06:11 AM
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I second that: use a pumice stone. Works like a charm on any toilet ring.

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Are you sure about the pumice stone. I tried doing it but could not get the desired result,and you would be surprised to hear how I got rid of it.Well, I used a fizzy drink to clean it and I could not believe my eyes when I saw the ring just dissolve in a few minutes and basin was sparkling as new.
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What kind of ring is it? Rust stain? Hard water? Go to your janitorial supply house and ask for recommendations to clean your particular stain and follow the directions on the cleaning bottle. Do purchase a pumice stone, a sponge with a firm cleaning pad on the reverse, rubber gloves and eye goggles for eye protection. When cleaning the toilet, lower the water level in the toilet to allow the cleaning solution to sit on the ring for about ten minutes to work effectively. You may have to apply cleaning solution several times if the stain is well set.

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Pumie stone gets another vote

We use the Pumie stone to clean stubborn stains in toilets as well. You work it into a paste and rub it directly on the stain. Tip: clean and disinfect the toilet first, and wear gloves. After you have it clean using a tablet of sorts in the back of the toilet, and cleaning it more frequently will help keep the ring away.

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post #9 of Old 01-24-2014, 03:01 AM
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Use Bio loo for toilet cleaning... Bio Loo is a method of cleaning and removes odours from the toilet.It is the best cleaner to clean everything like urinal, tiles, shower heads, spa baths etc in one easy operation.
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Rubbing with pumice stone can make scratches in your toilet bowl. In my opinion, you should use some toilet cleaner or biological product to get rid of the bad stains from toilet.
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Ya know that screen on your window? Go to WalMart in the sand paper department. Buy a thing of small screen... it is made to sand stuff with a hand sander. Cut off a 1x1 inch piece....tadaaaaa.... ring gone. You can also use it to get the top of the inside of the toilet clean where the water comes out. Get it a little wet and rub and it's all gone. That my friend is the magic you wished for.
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The key to using a pumice stone is to keep it consistently wet while it is in use. I've never scratched the inside of a toilet when I've had to use one on hard stains.
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Pumice stone is great but germicide is a great chemical I use on beach houses. It does not smell great and cannot touch your skin but you won't have to put your gloved hands into the toilet
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harsh chemicals is never a good idea...
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harsh chemicals are bad for the potty and bad for the lungs
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