Toilet rings

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  1. scooter503

    scooter503 Comrade

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    Does anyone have something that works to get rid of rings in the toilet bowl? They are a pet peeve of mine, but I can't seem to find a cleaner that will remove them.
     
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  3. Caesar753

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    Do you mean like along the water line? Do you have hard water? There is a toilet bowl cleaner that comes in black packaging. It is meant for hard water. It's the only stuff I use, since we have super hard water.
     
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    http://www.barkeepersfriend.com/

    If you've ever seen Nicole Curtis, on Rehab Addict, this is what she uses to clean all those old tubs and toilets in the houses she rehabs. :)
     
  5. Upsadaisy

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    There is a product kind of like a pumice for your feet that you can buy at Home Depot.
     
  6. ECE ABC

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    I know its nasty..i can't stand seeing it. I use regular bathroom cleaner with bleach and clean it with my toilet brush regularly.
     
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    Lime Away works great on those darn rings. :)
     
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    I found the perfect ring & line remover (you know, the lines that come down from underneath the top of the toilet). I could only find it at one of the nearby WalMarts so do a search online first. It's by "whink" - Rust Stain Remover. It comes in a brown plastic bottle and is made in the U.S.A. Google to see a picture.
    It got rid of my water marks and I'm the only one who uses it on the toilets. There's a Warning note on it, but they all have it. I tried everything, bleach, Ajax, toilet bowl cleaners, pumice-type bar cleaners, baking soda...I've tried them all and none of them worked. This stuff is amazing!
     

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