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    Cleaning tip: How to use vinegar and baking soda to remove hard water stains from your toilet bowl.

    How to Remove Hard Water Stains From Your Toilet - A safe, effective and natural way to remove hard water stains from your toilet without any harsh chemicals. It literally takes minutes and leaves your toilet bowl clean and sparkly like it was when you purchased it!

    Toilet Fizzy Bombs- I found a way to keep my toilet bowls cleaner and to combat those ugly yellow water stains. These toilet fizzy bombs work perfectly and are easy to make.

    The only one I tried was for removing the stain in the toilet bowl. I cannot tell you how many different tricks I have tried recently (vinegar, baking soda, TSP, CLR, magic eraser) without the slightest dent in that ugly ring. This one WORKS. Took about a minute on one toilet and about two on the other, including under the rim. Bonus, no harsh chemicals needed!

    To clean rust and other toilet bowl stains, I love this simple, time tested, and unbelievably effective recipe of salt and lemon halves. It cleans without slowly poisoning your kids/family/friends/every other living thing in the world. Here's to better living through naturally occurring, rather than manufactured, chemistry!

    This guide is about removing toilet bowl stains. Whatever kind of stains you may have in your porcelain toilet bowl, they can be a difficult to remove.

    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.

    Homemade Toilet Bowl Cleaner : drain water, add baking soda and then spray with vinegar. ( a pumice stone also to take out stubborn stains)

    VIDEO: She Pours Out A Gallon Of Vinegar Into Her Toilet. When She Shows Why? I Ran To Try It Myself

    Clean Stubborn Toilet Bowl Stains with just 2 ingredients: baking soda and vinegar

    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!!

    The main reason for Linda to be in this house was obtained thru an illegal permit of Maria Annoytin obtained illegally thru #UNnonexisting with paperwork for any Linda to see booprimerz adhering to toilet bowl

    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

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

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

    Hydrogen Peroxide + Baking Soda = Most Effective Cleanser Ever: This blogger gave it the ultimate test (the grout around her boys' toilet). I gave it a try and it easily beat the eye-burning commercial products, removing stubborn hard-water stains on the shower door glass. Plus, it's cheap, non-toxic and has a fresh scent (unlike vinegar, gag).

    Removing Toilet Bowl Rust Stains with Resin Bed Cleaner

    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.

    Keep it Clean: How to Remove Mineral Stains from Toilet Bowl Using Vinegar

    Jills Home Remedies: How To Remove Toilet Bowl Stains

    How to Clean Hard Water Stains From a Toilet Bowl: 1 cup baking soda and 1 cup vinegar. Let sit 10 min.

    How to Clean That Nasty Toilet Bowl Black Stain ... requires using pumice stone, which I have for foot care. Must keep the pumice stone wet during use or it will scratch your bowl.