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  • Something strong, I don't know they sell there, but I use Harpic Max. Anything strong, ... with somewhat strong acid in it will do.
  • Half a pound of C-4 plastic explosive? : )
  • I use this stuff called "BarKeeper's Friend". It's sold in a can, like Comet. I have iron in my water, and it also gets the rust stains out.
  • Eek! A most unfortunate typo! Limeaway.
  • Believe it or not, one of the best things to use on your toilet bowl is denture tabs. They are powerful enough to get rid of just about anything, and gentle enough that they won't destroy your toilet or septic system. Just throw a few into the toilet and leave to soak overnight...the next morning, give it a brush and flush.
  • mine might need a jack hammer.
  • White vinegar is great for removing water stains from toilet bowls, it has been tried and tested and proven to work. See the step by step method below... Natural Formula to Use: Pure white vinegar Method to Use: 1.Fill a clean spray bottle with pure vinegar 2.Spray the vinegar freely over the toilet and wait for a few minutes 3.If stains are stubborn spray more vinegar and wait a while longer 4.Simply wipe away with a clean cloth to reveal the shine Tips: For toilet bowls add 1 liter of vinegar to the bowl itself and scrub with a toilet brush to dissolve away hard water stains that has built up over time. Also, by adding 1 liter of pure vinegar to the cistern (tank at back of toilet) this not only removes any stains from there but also removes any from underneath the rim on the next flush! Sometimes hard water stain removal is extra stubborn – for this make a paste of white vinegar and baking soda and scrub gently with a soft brush or sponge. Never use an abrasive cleaner like scouring pads, powders or steel wool as this will scratch the surface. Source: http://www.hardwaterstainstips.com
    • Jewels Vern
      Vinegar is acid, and baking soda is base. Acid and base neutralize each other, forming water, CO2 bubbles, and an acetate salt. Acetates have a lot of uses, but cleaning stuff is not one of them.
  • Try using a Pumice Scouring Stick. Like this one: http://www.amazon.com/U-S-Pumice-HDW-12-Scouring/dp/B0000DAPGS%3FSubscriptionId%3D19BAZMZQFZJ6G2QYGCG2%26tag%3Dsquidooa293217-20%26linkCode%3Dxm2%26camp%3D2025%26creative%3D165953%26creativeASIN%3DB0000DAPGS
  • I would give Greased Lighting a shot!
  • If you have a toilet bowel, getting rid of the water stains in it should be the least of your problems
  • I am a cat lover, but this was just too funny not to share. 1. Put both lids of the toilet up and add 1/8 cup of pet shampoo to the water in the bowl. 2. Pick up the cat and soothe him while you carry him towards the bathroom. 3. In one smooth movement, put the cat in the toilet and close the lid. You may need to stand on the lid. 4. The cat will self agitate and make ample suds. Never mind the noises that come from the toilet, the cat is actually enjoying this. 5. Flush the toilet three or four times. This provides a 'power-wash' and rinse'. 6. Have someone open the front door of your home. Be sure that there are no people between the bathroom and the front door. 7. Stand behind the toilet as far as you can, and quickly lift the lid. 8. The cat will rocket out of the toilet, streak through the bathroom,And run outside where he will dry himself off. 9. Both the commode and the cat will be sparkling clean.
  • CLR, The Works. Both are excellent
  • Polident denture cleaner.

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