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Casa Quickie: Pumice Power


Pumice stones do more than buff your rough skin — they can also remove stains. Toilet stains, that is. If you have super-stubborn toilet rings in your bowl, don't give up hope or turn to abrasive, toxic cleansers. Instead, clean those mineral deposits with a pumice stone. Just make sure the pumice stone is wet, and rub gently. The rough stone should take care of any stains in your bowl. Just make sure to don a pair of gloves to cut down the ick factor for this rather unpleasant job!

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emalove emalove 7 years
Oh wow, great idea!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Never knew!!
miss-malone miss-malone 7 years
I never thought of that before...
PinkLizzie PinkLizzie 7 years
If you turn off the water and then flush the toilet a couple of times, the bowl will empty which could cut down on the grossness.
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