I have rings inside my toilet. I have tried everything. I need help!!

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  • Think2inkme Think2inkme on Dec 29, 2017
    have you tried a pumice stone . that's what i have used in the past

  • Patty Patty on Dec 29, 2017
    Try using a pumice stone. it won’t harm the porcelain and will remove the ring.

  • Het27865230 Het27865230 on Dec 29, 2017
    HTH, the chemical used for swimming pools, is excellent. Strew some on the sides and in the bowls, leave for at least half an hour or even longer. Flush and clean out with the brush. Repeat if necessary. Hettie

  • Het27865230 Het27865230 on Dec 29, 2017
    NEVER use something harsh like a puma stone or scouring powder, that makes it 100% worse! Will u do it with your fridge? NEVER. Hettie

    • Kat Kat on Dec 29, 2017
      right! used a pumice stone made for the toilet, all it did was pit the bowl and it caught even more grungies!!!!! ugh!

  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Dec 29, 2017
    pumice stone is not a chemical.take a look at what others have posted. https://www.hometalk.com/categories/cleaning/household/toilets

  • Carol Donahue Carol Donahue on Dec 29, 2017
    Please don't use a harsh chemical as Hettiedp suggested. There is a special pumice stone called a Pumi you can use. It's softer than a regular pumice stone so won't scratch the finish. You can also white vinegar and there are tons of ways to do this on the internet.

  • Linda Vee Linda Vee on Dec 29, 2017
    Muriatic acid will take care of this. You can find it in the pool section of your hardware store. Be aware... this needs adequate ventilation. Let it eMuriatic acid will take care of this. You can find it in the pool section of your hardware store. Be aware... this needs adequate ventilation. Let it heMuriatic acid will take care of this. You can find it in the pool section of your hardware store. Be aware... this needs adequate ventilation. Let it theMuriatic acid will take care of this. You can find it in the pool section of your hardware store. Be aware... this needs adequate ventilation. Let it set for 20 minutes then flush, flush, flush. Not good for the environment!

  • Amber Anderson Amber Anderson on Jan 27, 2018
    I clean houses for a living and the safest natural way is the pumi stone. Chemicals go into the ocean and cause so much damage!!

  • Sharon Sharon on Jan 27, 2018
    When I get a client with the ring in the toilet, I pour 1/2 bottle CLR in the toilet every day before I leave, buy it at the Dollar Tree cheap. Scrub the toilet each day with Bar Keeper's Friend until it goes and keep adding CLR until it does.