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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    I'm not talking #2's but the water stain that leaves a brown mark down the back of the toilet where the water runs... I think I have tried all the conventional chemical methods and am now desperate - I hate that my toilet looks 'un clean'... Help!

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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    My SIL had a place that toilet had it and it was actually worn back to the stone not a stain or buildup etc. Maybe you could replace the toilet bowl. We usually replace toilets when we move into a house.

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    If a strong chemical bleach and brush isn't doing it probably need a new toilet cause its just too old. Is an old toilet? The people who used the toilet in the past probably never cleaned it enough
    Also when you put the bleach, make sure its a thick one and leave it on for a while don't brush or flush straight away.

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    I soak bleach in there.. when i met dp his toilet was GROSS! i mean he probably cleaned it once a year

    now its sparkling

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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    I use bleach and a toilet brush every time! And they get cleaned regularly... The toilets are just over a year old... Any other ideas?

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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    Pour a bottle of coke in there and leave it overnight. Heard if works wonders and might be worth a try

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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    Pour a bottle of coke in there and leave it overnight. Heard it works wonders and might be worth a try

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    Coke! Its an awesome cleaner! Tip 2 litres in and leave it to sit for a few hours then scrub like a mad woman!

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    It's definately a defective toilet then, you have an issue with the enamel. Take it back where you bought it and demand a new one!!

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    Default How do you get the brown stains off your toilet bowl?

    Subbing. I might try some of these but I don't think it will help out loo. Our loo is so old.


 

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