The secret to getting rid of stains from hard water

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How to get rid hardwater stains in the toilet. (Photo credits)

For most homeowners, removing hard water stains – wherever it may have set in – is a pesky chore. But apparently, it does not need to much of an effort, and that you do not have to purchase expensive stain removers! OSHA Plumbers

Bitzandgiggles.com in fact shared that all you need to remove these stains is a pumice stone. “My best advice is just to clean the toilet more often and use the toilet more often. The two seem to go hand-in-hand, don’t you think? Many of you may be asking, where do I find a pumice stone? Well, these babies are often used in pedicures and clear away the rough, dead skin from your feet. This post is getting better and better, isn’t it? Try the nail polish/foot care aisle of your local drugstore or discount retailer. They aren’t difficult to find! Best of luck to you and your toilet bowl. I can guarantee that once you try this, you will be amazed at the results. It’s takes literally minutes and I promise that the pumice stone will not scratch a porcelain surface. It’s funny how something so natural can clean better than some of the harshest cleansers out there. But it just goes to show you how helpful a piece of hardened lava foam can truly be!”

Check the step-by-step instructions here.

Just Vinegar

CutePuppyLove.com meantime shared yet another household staple that could help in removing hardwater stains from the toilet. Plumbing Info

“There are so many uses for vinegar, but I had never thought of using it to get rid of hard water stains in a toilet… I’ll never let my toilet get to that point, but when we bought our house, we had to change our toilet bowls that were really badly stained… Had I known this then, well… we could have saved a lot of money!”

Read about the tip here.

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Tiphero.com also subscribes to the idea of making use of vinegar to remove hard water stains. 

Mineral stains can leave the toilet bowl looking brown and rusty. But you don’t have to get rid of the toilet. Just take a little time to do some cleaning. You’re going to want to make sure you have a plunger handy, as well as a towel, a scrub brush, and the secret ingredient revealed in the video (don’t worry — it’s not expensive and is likely one you already have in your house). Oh, and you’ll need some toilet paper, but we’re guessing you already have that! Pretty awesome to see the toilet come out good as new!”

Watch the whole procedure here.

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