How To Remove Toilet Bowl Stains

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I like to make everything in my house sparkling clean – including my toilet!   Lime deposits from water can cause brown rings in your toilet bowl that are extremely difficult to remove, and embarrassing to leave.  Use the easy recipe below to get rid of these unsightly stains!

The 3 things you need:
  • Borax
  • Vinegar
  • Sand Paper
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  1. says

    Ooh, I am so going to try this…our toilet bowl is quite ugly from the city water. Would you recommend using a really fine grit sandpaper (like 100 or above?) Thanks also for linking up at our Thrifty Thursday!
    ~~Jenn from The Purposeful Mom

  2. says

    So last week our well ran dry. It happens with some frequency as their seems to be a leak somewhere in the underground piping that they just can’t locate. When the water was restored this time, it wasn’ clear. We aren’t sure what is in it (we aren’t currently drinking it!) but it stained the toilets. This is truly very timely information…I can’t stand how it looks! Thanks, Jill!

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