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Toilet Bowl Stains

How To Remove Toilet Bowl Stains...Need to try this for my hard water at my home

You don’t need a bald genie or a specialized product to clean ugly gunk and lime stains from your toilet bowl. Use WD-40 instead: Spray it into the bowl for a couple of seconds and swish with a nylon toilet brush. The solvents in the WD-40 will help dissolve the gunk and lime.

Homemade Natural Cleaners (all-purpose, carpet deodorizer, microwave cleaner, toilet bowl cleaner, etc)

@: Coke contains acid that removes grease and blood stains from fabric...add a can to your normal laundry detergent. Also cleans hard water from bathroom tiles...and toilet bowls. Rust and grease on anything...soak in coke. Drinking coke is also a good way to develop soft bones.

We already did this, but it was so amazing I must share with my friends! Toilet Bowl Cleaner to clean rust stains out of your tub or tile..YES YOU CAN!!

For dirty toilet bowls: sprinkle equal parts baking soda and borax around the bowl, add white vinegar, and clean with toilet brush. For stubborn stains, leave mixture in overnight.

Stain removers like Super Iron Out ($10 for 5 lbs.) make quick work of rust stains in sinks, tubs and toilets. Pour it onto a sponge or add it to the water in the toilet bowl, then scrub with the sponge or a nylon-bristle brush. You can get rid of most stains in less than five minutes.

Here are a few of them: Remove toilet bowl rings- cut off a piece of the Magic Eraser and let it sit in the toilet overnight to clean - Remove paint scratches on your car from minor fender benders - Remove cooked-on stains in pots and pans - Remove rust from most surfaces Remove nail polish spills or stains - Remove hair dye from counter tops Remove paint overspray that has dried - Remove dark paint on light-colored carpet - Remove tarnish from silver

Bad Potty Bouquet: For that nasty ring around the toilet, make an abrasive scrub that's 1 cup of baking soda, 1 cup of borax, and 1 cup of salt. If you want a scented scrub, add a few drops of essential oil. For really bad bowl stains, turn off the water supply and drain the toilet, then add the scrub so that it can sit on the stain undiluted.

Quick Tip: Clean Your Toilet With Kool-Aid Although lemon or organge flavor has citric acid that helps to clean your bowl! All you have to do is sprinkle the contents of the package in before you head to bed, swirl it around with a toilet bowl brush, and let it sit over night. The acid in the drink mix will go to work cleaning away tough stains and build up if you don't have the best water conditions.

Mix 1 cup of borax, 1/4 cup of distilled white vinegar (or 1/4 cup of lemon juice) in toilet bowl. Let mixture sit for 15 minutes for light cleaning, two hours for stubborn stains. Scrub clean and flush.

spring cleaning tip - denture cleaners like Polident can work wonders on stained toilet bowls, since they are made to clean porcelain. Just drop in a dissolving denture cleaning tablet and let it go. After a bit, flush and enjoy your sparkling bowl.

Pour Coke in the toilet, and let it sit for an hour. The acid in the drink will break down stains. Plus, it's the only toilet bowl cleaner you can actually drink.

Get rid of the hard water ring around your toilet bowl! Use 2 cups of vinegar and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of baking soda and stains will sizzle away!

Get rid of the hard water ring around your toilet bowl! Use 2 cups of vinegar and sprinkle 2 tablespoons of baking soda and watch the stains start to sizzle away...use an SOS pad to scrub away any stubborn marks/stains.

How To Remove Toilet Bowl Stains: This worked very well. I have sparkly water stain free toilets once again!!

Worth a try anyway - How to Get Brown Rings & Stains Out of a Toilet Bowl. Additional tips: Add 1 cup of white vinegar to the toilet bowl each week and allow it to sit overnight to remove stains and freshen the toilet bowl. Substitute lemon juice to remove limescale and mineral deposit stains inside the toilet.