How do I get that stubborn toilet bowl ring out of my toilet?

Stuck on toilet bowl refuses to get out of my toilet.
  14 answers
  • Lynn Brice Lynn Brice on Jul 24, 2015
    I've been surprised how "Exit Mould" can shift something that sounds similar. Also, someone once told me a house they rented had a problem like that and they plungered the water out of the bowl and used caustic soda to completely remove stains on old toilet porcelain. you'd need to be careful with both of those products.

  • Z Z on Jul 24, 2015
    Have you tried using a pumice stone?

  • Roberta Stewart-Fite Roberta Stewart-Fite on Jul 25, 2015
    I use a pumice stone as well. You can find then at your local hardware store.. Just glove up and rub the stone over the hard water stain. It also works well on sinks and bath tubs.

  • Beverley Boden Beverley Boden on Jul 25, 2015
    Try putting coca cola down the toilet and leaving it for a couple of hours , surprisingly effective !

  • Sue Sue on Jul 25, 2015
    Pumice stone worked for me.

  • Debbie Saracina Debbie Saracina on Jul 25, 2015
    Pumice ston, don't use toilet cleaner with blue/green coloring in future. I switched to straight bleach for cleaning.

  • Pam Walker Pam Walker on Jul 25, 2015
    Denture Soaking Tablets. Use a few packets the 1st time & let it sit a few hours to overnight. Flush 2ce & repeat if necessary. :)

  • Linda Sontag Linda Sontag on Jul 25, 2015
    Paper towels soaked in vinegar - make sure to wear rubber gloves - leave soaked paper towels tucked in around rim for at least an hour - don't flush paper towels down toilet....

  • Kathy Sorrentino Kathy Sorrentino on Jul 25, 2015
    bleach is the best, pour in before you go to bed and let it sit all night

  • Wanda Arganbright Wanda Arganbright on Jul 25, 2015
    There is a wire mesh charcoal impregnated screen in my grocery of Wal-Mart store. I wear rubber gloves and use it to scrub the toilet. We have heavy minerals in our well water and it leaves mineral ring in our toilet. It takes off all the minerals that cause the ring and leaves my porcelain sparkling.

  • Tracey Hansow Tracey Hansow on Jul 26, 2015
    I have not tried this but someone said to turn the water off and flush to get remaining water out. Fill with Coke until you are above the mineral ring. Let sit overnight. Let me know if it works.

  • Tracey Hansow Tracey Hansow on Jul 26, 2015
    PS: Someone also told me not to use bleach as it will eat up the wax ring under the toilet base.

  • Sharon Doyle Sharon Doyle on Jul 26, 2015
    pumice stone

  • Stp1309848 Stp1309848 on Jul 28, 2015
    I used vinegar, left it for a couple hours, it worked.