How do I get rid of toilet rings?

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  • Judy Judy on Dec 18, 2018

    The Works from the dollar stores work well.

    MIf theybwont come off you need a pumice stone to gently scrub them

    off

    • Leni Leni on Dec 18, 2018

      I use the pumice stone regularly. The problem is a ring that looks like mildew. Even in the guest bath that hardly ever gets used.

  • Twyla J Boyer Twyla J Boyer on Dec 18, 2018

    Good quality gloves, green scrubby, Comet or CLR.

  • Judy Judy on Dec 18, 2018

    Pour 1 cup of bleach into the bowl. Stir the bleach around in the water with the toiletbowl brush. Use the brush to scrub away the existing black water line on the bowl as well as on the underside of the rim. ... This gives the bleach enough time to eliminate the black mold and mildew growth on the bowl.


    It sounds like the water sits too long.

    Consider a bleach tan in the toilet tanks.

  • Zard Pocleeb Zard Pocleeb on Dec 18, 2018

    I use non diluted bleach and let it sit for a couple of hours.

  • William William on Dec 18, 2018

    Squirt some dawn dish liquid in the toilet. Pour in some vinegar. Use a toilet brush to foam it up. Let it sit for about an hour or two. Then scrub with the toilet brush. The suds suspend the vinegar above the water line to get at the ring.

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