Hard Water Stains In The Toilet: Baking Soda and Vinegar

Surefire Ways to Remove Ugly Hard Water Stains From a Toilet

Hard Water Stains In The Toilet: Baking Soda and Vinegar

Magic Eraser uses... did you know you can cut a piece off and float it in your toilet overnight and voila! no more toilet ring! -clean window screens (even when they are still in the window) The website has a list of about 100 uses! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

Magic Eraser uses... did you know you can cut a piece off and float it in your toilet overnight and voila! no more toilet ring! -clean window screens (even when they are still in the window) The website has a list of about 100 uses! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

How to Clean Rust and Sediment Toilet Rings- This is the best way to remove those stubborn rings. I have even used it in my sink. Make sure the pumice stone is wet, or you may scratch the surface. You can find these with the cleaning supplies at the store.

How to Clean Rust and Sediment Toilet Rings- This is the best way to remove those stubborn rings. I have even used it in my sink. Make sure the pumice stone is wet, or you may scratch the surface. You can find these with the cleaning supplies at the store.

Pick up a pumice stick—the kind with a handle designed for cleaning toilet bowls—to remove those rusty stains without scratching your porcelain. Soak the pumice stone in warm water for a minute, then start scrubbing gently. To prevent scratches to the porcelain, keep the surface and the stone wet; also, steer clear of metal fittings that can be damaged. Pumie toilet-bowl-ring remover, about $15; amazon.com

35 Super-Fast Fixes and Easy Upgrades

Pick up a pumice stick—the kind with a handle designed for cleaning toilet bowls—to remove those rusty stains without scratching your porcelain. Soak the pumice stone in warm water for a minute, then start scrubbing gently. To prevent scratches to the porcelain, keep the surface and the stone wet; also, steer clear of metal fittings that can be damaged. Pumie toilet-bowl-ring remover, about $15; amazon.com

Pick up a pumice stick—the kind with a handle designed for cleaning toilet bowls—to remove those rusty stains without scratching your porcelain. Soak the pumice stone in warm water for a minute, then start scrubbing gently. To prevent scratches to the porcelain, keep the surface and the stone wet; also, steer clear of metal fittings that can be damaged. Pumie toilet-bowl-ring remover, about $15; amazon.com

35 Super-Fast Fixes and Easy Upgrades

Pick up a pumice stick—the kind with a handle designed for cleaning toilet bowls—to remove those rusty stains without scratching your porcelain. Soak the pumice stone in warm water for a minute, then start scrubbing gently. To prevent scratches to the porcelain, keep the surface and the stone wet; also, steer clear of metal fittings that can be damaged. Pumie toilet-bowl-ring remover, about $15; amazon.com

How To Clean Toilet Rings Easily. I hated cleaning toilet rings. Thanks to this post, I've found out how to clean with ease. Thanks for sharing!

How To Clean Toilet Rings Easily. I hated cleaning toilet rings. Thanks to this post, I've found out how to clean with ease. Thanks for sharing!

How To Clean Toilet Bowl Ring Without Scrubbing

How To Clean Toilet Bowl Ring Without Scrubbing

Use Pumice Stick To Clean Toilet Ring

Use Pumice Stick To Clean Toilet Ring

How and why to use a pumice stick to clean toilet rings - oh my, so cheap compared to buying other cleaning products! {on Stain Removal 101}

Use Pumice Stick To Clean Toilet Ring

How and why to use a pumice stick to clean toilet rings - oh my, so cheap compared to buying other cleaning products! {on Stain Removal 101}

Use Pumice Stick To Clean Toilet Ring

Use Pumice Stick To Clean Toilet Ring

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