Easiest way to remove hard water stains from your toilet

Let's be honest. You may have thought that you'd have a one-word answer as the solution to getting rid of the those tough hard water stains in your toilet bowl. 

Like anything in life that's worth your time, this solution will take effort. You'll need to use some elbow grease and maybe even put your back into it because all you need is a pumice stone.

A natural solutions to a persistent problem.

Yes. A pumice stone.

Its gritty surface and compact nature makes it a formidable competitor to your combination of a toilet brush and cleaner solution. It's a natural solution that won't scratch your porcelain and will only help you get rid of hard water stains.


  1. Flush your toilet to be sure you don't have any presents in your bowl.
  2. Rinse your pumice stone with water (you don't ever want to use a dry pumice stone on your porcelain).
  3. Scrub. Scrub hard and put your back into it.
  4. Flush your toilet to wash any residue.
  5. Repeat if needed.

If you're thinking, "I don't have a pumice stone. Where can I buy one?" You can buy a pumice stone at your local drug store in the nails/pedicure section.

Our recommendation to reducing the amount of hard water stains in your toilet bowl is to clean it regularly and clean it often. We promise that you'll have better results with this easy DIY solution.

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