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    Cleaner for Removing Hard Water Stains in Toliets?

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    At least, I think it's hard water. I just moved into my mom's basement (how cliche ) and it hasn't really been used/lived in almost three years. It wasn't left completely filthy or anything, but the water in the toilet just sat there because my mom pretty much exclusively lives upstairs. Now there's a ring around the toilet where the water level is.

    I'm kinda obsessive about clean toilets for some reason. Anyone have anything they've been successful with for removing that?
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    Try "The Works" - it is some nasty stuff, but cleans the heck out of a toilet (do not splash it on your clothes or skin).
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    there is also a pumice stone used for cleaning your toilets. Amazon.com: U. S. Pumice HDW-12 Pumie Scouring Stick: Kitchen & Dining My mom swears by them. I have them but have not had the chance to use it yet.
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    use a pumice stone- seriously the cheapest and easiest way- takes a little elbow grease but works the best!
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    Try dumping a bunch of vinegar in the toilet and letting it sit for a bit before you scrub it. We have really hard water here and it works really well at cutting the buildup on the shower door. Other wise, I know the CLR stuff works too.
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