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How to Clean that Stubborn Toilet Bowl Ring for .25 cents

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Chemical free trick to clean that nasty toilet bowl ring.
  • how to clean that stubborn toilet bowl ring for 25 cents, cleaning tips, go green, After attempting to clean with Comet and Liquid toilet bowl cleaner I still had this nasty hard water build up scuzzy ring
After attempting to clean with Comet and Liquid toilet bowl cleaner I still had this nasty hard water build up scuzzy ring.
  • how to clean that stubborn toilet bowl ring for 25 cents, cleaning tips, go green, This is the AFTER picture
This is the AFTER picture :)
  • how to clean that stubborn toilet bowl ring for 25 cents, cleaning tips, go green, The lemon Koolaid works in the dishwasher too for removing the soap scum build up from the insides Just put in in place of the soap and run an empty washer on it s regular cycle The before and after will amaze you
The lemon Koolaid works in the dishwasher too for removing the soap scum build up from the insides. Just put in in place of the soap and run an empty washer on it's regular cycle. The before and after will amaze you!
  • how to clean that stubborn toilet bowl ring for 25 cents, cleaning tips, go green, I know this looks nasty but remember it s just Koolaid
I know this looks nasty, but remember it's just Koolaid :)

To see more: http://anyonecandecorate.blogspot.com/2012/08/hot-tip-25-cents-to-clean-stubborn.html

  • CH
    CH Stanardsville, VA

    Pour 2 cups of vinegar in the toilet bowl, then sprinkle baking soda on top and use toilet swish brush to clean....it does the job.

    • Thomas R Farmer
      Thomas R Farmer Tucson, AZ

      This did not work to remove the hard water ring in my toilet

  • Lillian
    Lillian Williamson, GA

    If you are wanting to get rid of a hard water ring or mineral build-up pumice stone does a great job. There are two ways you can do it. The first is to cut off the water valve at the back of the toilet and then flush to get rid of most of the water.

  • Linda P Thibodeau

    Baking soda should also fo the trick as does vinegar.

  • Sherrie Slaboda
    Sherrie Slaboda Debary, FL

    The thing I like best is Bon Ami. It is a product that is safe and biodegradable. NO harsh chemicals and it does a great job.

  • Empresstriker

    Scary that we drink this stuff.

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