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  • Matthew Gingerella
    Matthew Gingerella Riverside, CA
    Dear Barbara Ahern and April Lippert - I used to be a Pumice Stone Addict, but luckily those days are over. Now you can
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  • Prsimon
    Prsimon Solvang, CA
    a warning about pumice stones from my plumber: they create microscopic abrasions in the ceramic of the bowl which allows places for bacteria and further mineral deposits to grow. It is not a recommended method of cleaning toilets or sinks.
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  • Mr. Speedy Plumbing & Rooter Inc.
    Great Tips
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  • Melissa
    Melissa Granbury, TX
    THE WORKS liquid toilet bowl cleaner. squirt it under the rim,shut the lid and let sit for an hour or so lift the lid then flush the toilet. thats all you have to do, no scrubbing and the stain and calcium deposits will all be gone!
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  • Dorleen
    Dorleen Largo, FL
    All these great idea's, makes me just want to run in and start on the toilet. LOL. Two young boys have made a toilet a lot nastier than the ones shown here. But at this point I am willing to try anything. Except the pumice stone, thanks Prsimon.
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  • Linda T
    Linda T Stewartstown, PA
    I think one of the points on this subject that has not been broached is........... What kind of water???? We have a well, not mains water and I have tried everything up to the strongest stuff in the box stores. Anyone have a similar situation and/or a cure?
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    • Grammie Linda
      Grammie Linda Mahomet, IL
      our Home Depot doesn't have it but they do have Krud Kutter.Has anyone used this product?
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  • Tammy Wells Olvera
    Thats great the stuff removes nasty toilet ring that nothing else would. Now lets go make a nice big jug of koolaide for the kids to DRINK. whats in that stuff that cleans stains like that and drinkable.
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    • Trey LaParque
      Trey LaParque Arlington, TX
      Tammy Wells Olvera LOL,I believe its the citrus of it,...sort of like if you put a lemon or lemon juice(in bowl) in microwave and turn on for couple minutes it will loosen all the stuck on food splatters. (Thats how my brain equates it anyways...)
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  • Debbie Lenard
    Debbie Lenard Owasso, OK
    You need to be very careful about mixing chemicals. A teacher in our town died from doing this.
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  • Kathy Gochenour
    Pumice works wonders on porcelain. Does not scratch. DO NOT USE on any fiberglass or you will end up with unrepairable scratches!
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  • Grammie Linda
    Grammie Linda Mahomet, IL
    so if a scoop of tang works in the dishwasher I may try it in the toilet too!
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  • Patricia cartelli
    patricia cartelli Lehigh Acres, FL
    i have well also with the tannis orange color i find borax to work great for my scrubbing
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  • Wuztoo
    Do you realize that .25 cents is a quarter of one penny? It's either written 25 cents or $.25. It's not necessary to put "." before the 25 if you're going to write "cents" behind it. Just thought I would let you know so you can correct it.
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    • Linda T
      Linda T Stewartstown, PA
      Bernice H Thanks. You are probably right, except that even though I have been here over 30 years, I still use British English spelling, as I find it more pleasing to my eye- *site* HA! i.e., I
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