June 24, 2020
How to Remove Toilet Bowl Rings
One of the most common bathroom cleaning questions I receive is in regards to the annoying ring that tends to develop in toilet bowls. Toilet bowl rings are the result of hard water and mineral deposits that develop from standing water in the bowl. No amount of scrubbing and cleaners will remove this buildup. The best solution to this is a pumice stone. Pumice is a natural volcanic rock that does a superior job at removing surface stains in toilet bowls without scratching the surface. Thankfully, it is easy to find one that has a handle so that you don’t need to stick your hand in the toilet bowl in order to get the job done.
Simply rub the pumice around the interior of your toilet bowl where the ring is and that’s it! It couldn’t be much easier. The Pumie is a pumice stone specifically designed to clean your toilet rings and stains. You can use any pumice stone, but I like that this one has a handle and is designed specifically for toilet cleaning. If you’d prefer a longer handled Pumie, here’s a great one.
REMOVE TOUGH STAINS WITH NO EFFORT
Some of you may already discovered this because it’s on the packaging but did you know that you can add a scoop or two of my Oxygen Whitener to a stained toilet bowl and just let it sit overnight? Give it a little scrub in the morning and your stains are gone! New to Oxygen Whitener and its magical cleaning abilities? Head to this post for 12 uses you can use in your home.
Want more bathroom cleaning tips? Head to this post for my essentials for a clean bathroom.