I just bought a house and the bathroom next to garage has hard water stains in bowl area, got most off but still have some left. Stains come back after time. Tried CLR cleaner, bleach and pine sol.
nothing seems to work?
Any ideas, asked the guys at home depot, and Lowe’s no help at all!!
No I don’t want to buy a new toilet bowl!
So my mom was cooking a cassorole at 400 degrees (F). The label said it was oven safe. But when my mom removed it, the lid fused to the bowl, and we can’t remove it. Any tips?
My 6 year old was painting her toenails and accidentally knocked the bottle of polish into the toilet bowl. The entire bottle spilled into the bowl. I didn’t discover this until the polish had somehow dried in the bowl. I tried polish remover, but it doesn’t work on the polish that is below the water line. Does anyone have any suggestions on getting this off, or will I have to disconnect and drain the toilet to clean it?
Is there some cleaner that is effective at removing water stains from my toilet bowl. I’ve tried, but, with no luck.
I noticed that there is a strong urine stain in the bathroom and after inspecting, i noticed what appears to be urine (strong odor, yellow – brown stains) accumulated under the rim of the toilet bowl. I have no idea how it got there. I tried using a toilet bowl cleaner, but it didn’t take a lot of it out. What can I do to remove the stain and urine?
Unlike conventional models, the nuts can’t be reached at all, as they are enclosed by the toilet bowl structure. How would you go about removing the toilet seat?
I moved into my apt and there is a ring at the water line of the toilet bowl. I have tried the bleach tablets, coke (soda) and pumice stone none have worked. I am at a loss and it is embarrassing.
I have a small glass bowl, well actually not very small. i think its about 2 or 3 gallons. Anyways i have a molly in there and the water is getting very cloudy. I can’t change the water because it might be a shock to the the fish and might kill it. Is there any way i can remove cloudy water from my small glass bowl without killing the molly?
The Bowl is plastic, and has a ring of limescale around the top. How can I remove this without damaging him or the bowl, and without using vinegar.
There are 3 bowls. One bowl is colored blue, the second bowl is colored red and the 3rd bowl is colored a mix of red and blue. In one of the bowls are 7 blue beans. In the other bowl are 12 red beans and in the third bowl are red and blue beans, 19 in sum in that bowl in an unknown mixture. The bowls are wrong colored. Now you can only remove a single bean at a time to know its color
How many beans do you have to remove to be certain which beans are in which bowl