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Toilet Bowl Stains

Vinegar uses: (1) Remove bacteria and pesticide residue from produce - Use 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water, wash produce thoroughly. (2) Clean windows and countertops - Use a 50% water and vinegar mixture to clean windows and countertops. (3) Remove shower and bathtub film - Use vinegar full strength on an old wash rag. (4) Toilet bowl stains - Use white distilled vinegar full strength with a scrubber. (5) Furniture polish - Use a 50% olive oil and vinegar mixture and polish furnitur...

Cleaning your toilet - Freshen the toilet bowl with denture or antacid tablets in between scourings. Drop two in the water, let soak for at least 20 minutes, then brush and flush. A can of cola dumped in for one hour also does the trick. The phosphoric acid in the beverage removes rust rings and other mineral deposits.

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.

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

Borax: When added to a laundry wash, it makes detergents even more effective. It kills mold & fungus & softens water. Use It to Clean Baseboards & walls: Dissolve ½ cup borax in 1 gallon hot water and pour the solution into a spray bottle(you can store for later use). Spritz generously, wipe down with a damp cloth, and let air-dry. Toilet: Pour borax in the bowl & let it sit overnight. Swish the bowl a few times with a toilet brush & flush the next day. It gets rid of rust stains!

How to Get Brown Rings & Stains Out of a Toilet Bowl | eHow

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Borax and Lemon Juice – eHow How to make Natural Toilet Bowl Cleaners Pour 1 cup of Borax into a small bowl. Pour 1/2 cup of lemon juice over the Borax and gently stir with a spoon into a paste. Flush the toilet to wet the sides, then rub the paste onto the toilet with a sponge. Let it sit for 2 hours before scrubbing thoroughly. This is great for removing a stubborn stain, like a toilet bowl ring.

Make your commode sparkle with 3/4 cup of borax and 1 cup of white vinegar. (Add a few drops of lemon or lavender essential oil for fragrance, if you'd like.) Flush the bowl to wet it, then pour the mixture into the toilet to sit undisturbed overnight. Scrub and flush to rinse in the morning.

How to Get Brown Rings & Stains Out of a Toilet Bowl .. and the main ingredient is cola!

Coke as toilet bowl cleaner: Used 1/2 liter instead of full liter for better savings. On a dirty toilet (as much as I could stand) let coke stand 1 hour. DID scrub half side lightly with brush, cleaned easily. Flushed. Did still have to scrub lightly other side. One spot still required additional cleaning (I use a pumice stone). Would say it works but more as preventative. True no chemical odor to worry about (smells good) but maybe eventual staining from caramel coloring. #PinPass sort of.

Toilet Bowl Ring Eraser | Pumice Stone Removes Toilet Bowl Stains

How to Clean Hard Water Stains From a Toilet Bowl | eHow