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10 Weird Toilet Fixes That Really Work

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It may sound like an urban legend, but plenty of folks swear that Coke dissolves toilet rust rings.Here's how: Poura full canaround the rim so that it fully coats the bowl, thenlet it sit for at least an hour to allow the acids in the soda to break down the stains. Scrub with a toilet brush, then flush. If this isn't effective, it may be time for Tip #2.
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Pumice Stone
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According to BrightNest , apumice stone is another unexpected but effective way to getrid of that persistent ringinside the bowl.Always start by soaking the pumice in warm water  the stone and the toilet surface should always be wet to avoid scratches. Gentlyscrub the stain untilit's gone, and then flush the toilet to rinse.
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Most people reach for bleach to obliterate toilet germs and stains.However, Green living expert Mark Lallanilla says that plain old white vinegar is not only an effective cleaner, butalso safer than chlorine bleach. To eliminatehard water stains, soak toilet paper in vinegar and place directly on top of the stain. Let the vinegar-soaked paper sit overnight. The next morning, flush to rinse andthestains should be gone.
Lallanilla says that full-strength vinegar also works great on grout and...MORE
caulk. Use a spray bottleto saturate the area and let it soak in for at least an hour before rinsing.
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Hydrogen Peroxide
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Hydrogen peroxide is a safe and effective germ fighter. Todisinfect your toilet, pour cup of hydrogen peroxide into the bowl, letstand for 30 minutes, and then flush to rinse.
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Bubble Wrap
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According to BrightNest , alayer of bubble wrap can help preventa sweatingtoilet tank. First, shut off the water valve to the toiletand then remove the tank lid. Flush and wait until the water drains out of the tank. Once the water empties, line the inside of the tank with a layer of bubble wrap  this added layer of insulation keeps the outside of the tank from getting too cold.
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Boiling Water
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To fix a clogged toilet without chemicals, fill a medium saucepan with water and bring it to a boil. Carefully pour the boiling water directly into the toilet bowl todissolve the clog.
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You can buy fancy fizzies or bombs that clean and deodorizeyour toilet, but it's easy and inexpensive to make your own.Candle and soap expert David Fisher has a great, all-natural fizzy toilet bomb recipe that uses common household products combined with your favorite scented oil.
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Baby Oil
I wasamazed when I saw the shining results ofbaby oilapplied to chrome fixtures. You can polish up your toilet handle  not to mention your faucets and showerhead  with just a few drops on a clean, soft cloth. Then, apply a few more dropsto thetoilet tank and toilet bowl and buff until the porcelain gleams.
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If your toilet isn't a newer model with water-saving features,there's an easy way to save money and cut back on wasted water.Fill an empty 1-liter plastic bottle with an inch or two of sandand then add water to the top. Screw on the lid and place the bottle inside your toilet tank, safely away from the operating mechanisms. The bottle will help reduce water usage with every flush.
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