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DIY Toilet Cleaner - pour (don't flush)large amount of water down toilet so water level will go down . Sprinkle 1 cup of baking soda all over bowl, including under the rim . Spray with vinegar. Let set 10 minutes and then brush as usual. This will work on the floor around the toilet, too. Apply baking soda to the base of the toilet by sprinkling it on a sponge first.

ATTENTION BOAT OWNERS!! We bought a used boat with years of water stains on it. After trying every expensive product under the sun it still would not come clean! We used The Works toilet bowl cleaner ($1.65/bottle) and it cleaned them off just by splashing it on the stain! No scrubbing needed!! BEST. PRODUCT. EVER.!!

How to Make All-Natural DIY Cleaning Solutions — and Save Money: Blend two parts borax powder with one part lemon juice and add the mixture to your toilet bowl. Scrub after a few minutes to remove stubborn stains. You can also dump in a cup of borax powder, let stand overnight and scrub in the morning. From DIYnetwork.com

THE WORKS TOILET BOWL CLEANER. This stuff is the bomb! I squirted this in the toilet everyday for about a week, and with NO scrubbing, years of mineral build up and stains dissoved and flushed away.

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.

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!!

28 uses for Coca Cola ~ clean eyeglasses, get rid of fruit flies, relieve an upset stomach, kill slugs or snails, sooth a jellyfish sting, clean blood stains from clothes, soothe a sore throat, neutralize skunk odor, clean a toilet bowl, remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers, clean corrosion from car battery terminals, loosen a rusty bolt, bake a moist ham, remove grease from clothes, clean rust in a bathtub, make barbecue sauce, prevent an asthma attack, relieve constipation,....

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.

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.

Drop a couple of denture cleaning tablets into the toilet bowl at night to clean off stubborn stains.

8. Clean toilet bowls--use WD-40--from 13 Amazing Uses for WD-40

Clean your toilet with Kool-Aid! --- 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 citric acid in the drink mix will go to work cleaning away tough stains and build up even if you don't have the best water conditions.

Sunscreen Stains are actually rust stains caused from a reaction with the water from your washing machine. Peroxide-based cleaners actually make them worse. To remove stain (and save your suit) Fill a sink with warm water, add 1/2 C. of The Works toilet bowl cleaner for rust & lime and soak for a few hours or overnight. Rinse, then launder as usual (w/o OxyClean.) Warning: do NOT squirt The Works directly onto fabric. It will burn a hole. If diluted, it does not harm fabric or color.

13 Amazing Uses for WD-40 *Spray top of bird feeder: anti squirrels *Separate stuck-together glassware *Help get a ring off your finger *Exterminate roaches, repel insects *Remove chewing gum from hair *Remove tough scuff marks from floors *Wipe away tea stains from countertops *Remove lime & gunk from toilet bowls *Water-proof boots/shoes, remove salt *Clean rusty license plate *Prevent snow buildup on windows *Keep wasps from building nests under eaves *Remove doggie-doo

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!

All-purpose cleaners won't remove rust stains from sinks, tubs and toilets, even with a lot of elbow grease. The trick is to use a stain remover like Super Iron Out ($10 for a 5-lb. jug). For toilets, add Super Iron Out to the water in the bowl, then clean with a stiff nylon-bristled brush.

Citric acid out-cleans bleach or vinegar for tough toilet bowl stains & build up mineral deposits!!

28 Unusual Uses for Coca-Cola: clean a toilet bowl, remove rust spots from chrome car bumpers, clean corrosion from car battery terminals, loosen a rusty bolt, bake a moist ham, remove grease, milk stains and blood stains from clothes, clean rust in a bathtub, condition hair, fertilize azaleas or gardenias, clean eyeglasses, clean tarnished pennies, strip paint of metal patio furniture, relieve and upset stomach, kill slugs or snails, mousse hair, neutralize skunk odor, sooth a jellyfish sting.