Toilet bowl has a thick deposit that I can't shift, please any advice or buy new toiket
You could try citric acid which you can get from the baking section of the supermarket. To drain the bowl, turn off the tap & flush until it's empty. If there's a build up of minerals you'll need to chip it off with something like a paint scraper but try not to damage the surface. Pool chlorine is also a possibility but once again unless you get rid of the buildup/calcification the discoloration will return after a while.
haha that sounds so funny it made me think that you were trying to remove your hubby, how about a photo, not hubby please
Try a pouring in a litre of white vinegar and leaving for a while, before having a go with the brush. Vinegar is much more effective than those awful chemical cleaners
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i had success soaking with vinegar and then removing all the water, allowing the surface to dry out and then scrubbing with course salt and an old toothbrush and repeating till it eventually came clean..CLR and Gumption also helped...this was a regular problem in our rentals and seems to be a combination of neglect and minerals in the water??
Can I use gumption without removing water
If not how do you remove water from bowl¿
an old towel (or similar) dropped in the toilet to soak up the water and then squeezed out into a bucket, then do it again..and the Gumption works best in the dry toilet and hopefully this will be the first and last time you ever have to do this tedious job..it feels as though it will never come clean but it does eventually and, if this is your only toilet, you could do a few scrubs and have a rest, leave it for a few days and have another go, best of luck
use cola, cola clean everything
Really depends what it is. We had a slob plumber pour leftover concrete down a new toilet he'd just installed to a rental we had!!....we found out when the tenants turned over. Absolutely nothing to be done with that. Sloppy trades will notoriously use the toilet to discard left over glues, grouts and concrete.
Turn the tap off the cistern and flush it out twice. This will empty it so you can work out what it is.
Lol who knows what it is
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how to remove stubborn brown stains fron inside toilet bowl
I know this is an old thread but in case it helps someone else I have been told, but double check, that although pumice stone is more course than your toilet surface, it is not as hard and therefore will not scratch the porcelain. Put on a long glove and scrub with pumice stone.
If using vinegar drop the water level and soak toilet paper in the vinegar and stick it to the stain to soak it first before you scrub. Good luck