how do you remove calcium from toilet bowls
try this: https://www.craftylittlegnome.com/clean-toilet-coke/
Shirley: maybe this will help
I use this product to clean toilets, sinks, and tubs. https://amzn.to/3hS2q0z
It works really well.
Hope this Helps! Jeremy - https://do-daddy.com
I use CLR when it’s really bad. :)
You can give this a try and see if it works for you:
Get a product called "Scour Stick". It's available at Walmart.
Hi Shirley, sorry you have calcium deposits in your toilet. Hope this helps you clean it.
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There is good information here:
Plain white vinegar or lemon juice will dissolve most calcium deposits. I use a paper towel saturasted with one or the other, wrap in around the mineral ring and let it set fo an hour or so or even over night. Then scrub the bowl well with the paper towel and dispose of it in your trash (don't flush it!) If this is done regularly, the deposits won't get out of hand. If the calcium is really bad, use a pumice stone (available at WalMart) to carefully scrape away the calciium, then use the vinega or lemon juice method to keep the calcium in check.
A good descaler is my favorite way to achieve this because it will also have a built in inhibitor for build up. Drain water first from the bowl. Swab under the rim with solution and work your way down. Let sit 10 minutes and repeat. My favorite brand is Fuller but I've also used Campanelli and like the results.
Use a Pumice Stone, or a Branded Toilet Cleaner. or even Coca Cola left in over night.
Here's a post that might help - https://home.howstuffworks.com/home-improvement/household-hints-tips/cleaning-organizing/how-to-clean-calcium-deposits-from-your-toilet-bowl1.htm#:~:text=A%20mild%2C%20natural%20acid%2C%20such,with%20sandpaper%20or%20a%20rag.
Hi! A cheap way is a can of coke left overnight to soak. CLR is a great cleaner, too. Be sure to give either method time to work. Good luck and stay safe!
Hi Shirley: Let all of the water out of the toilet bowl - hold the ball cock up with something so that it won't fill the toilet when you flush - and scrub with a sponge and Barkeepers Friend or Bon Ami. Don't use anything caustic or something that will scratch the surface or you will have more problems than you thought possible :) Also, check to see if the holes along the rim are clean. You can use a mirror for this. If they are clogged, you can stick a piece of wire up there (it's not enamel there) and wiggle it around until it's clear. Then, remove whatever is holding the ball cock up and flush. You should be good to go then. Good luck
CLR works well.
Here are some non scrubbing tips: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xhPDIjNEPug
CLR seems to work the best!
This is what I use and works https://amzn.to/3jSIifc
Hi Shirley, hope this helps you out, you can buy calcium removers at the home stores, but vinegar is great for this!