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Old 06-12-2016, 02:15 PM   #15
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Thanks for coming back and giving us the outcome. Thanks, also, for no pictures.
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Late to the game here...but medium grit dry wall sanding screen works great...
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Old 06-21-2016, 10:40 AM   #17
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Distilled vinegar, I use it to clean hard water spots off my window s
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Old 06-21-2016, 11:07 AM   #18
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i wouldn't use any kind of stone or that sort; it will scratch the surface no matter how careful you are. i have found the most effective liquid is muriatic acid. it's a very powerful chemical that should be used with great care and respect. it can be found at the home depot or lowes.
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i wouldn't use any kind of stone or that sort; it will scratch the surface no matter how careful you are.
But....the Pumice Stone does not scratch if used correctly - keeping it wet. We've used it for years and it seemed to work on the OP's.
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Seems like a lot of work when a little vinegar (or other acid) will dissolve the deposits with no extra work or concerns.
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Pour in some CLR let it sit a bit, use a toilet brush, and flush.
Works on showers too.
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The toilet seal has a Teflon coating. The manufacturer recommends using distilled vinegar.
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Muratic acid will etch porcelain. I bought a cast iron clawfoot tub that had some mean rust stains inside. Nothing worked(CLR, white vinegar, dilliuted bleach ), so I got out the Muratic.....it worked, but it ate the surface of the porcelain leaving it dull and now porous. We used the tub for a few years but that etched area attracted dirt like crazy, ended up buying a brand new 6' Iron Clawfoot from chi-na....the thing is a beauty.

I only use white vinegar to clean the toilets and we have some heavy mineral well water here....they always come clean.
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