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Didn't work well stick broke
from Kalamazoo MI
About Me Long-time Pet Owner
Comments about Pumice Toilet Stain Remover:
Clean toilet hard water stains. Handle broke in the middle of cleaning it. Came broken and cracked in the mail. Ouch!
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Don't Give Up
By Baby Boomer
from Grand Prairie, TX
I have tried just about everything to clean my toilet bowl of brown stains. I have used pumice, but this item has a handle, which is so much easier to use since I have arthritis in my fingers.
Bottom LineYes, I would recommend this to a friend
from Plymouth, MI
I had tried a number of things that didn't work. This was the first thing that worked, and it was quick and easy. I love it!
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A Must for All Homes
This is the only product that will get hard water stains out of the toilets and not mark the porcelain. Miles Kimball is the only place where I have found this type or product!
USE ON GLASSWARE
By Marlene Magic
from Las Vegas, NV
I use on glassware ex: relish tray that has hard water stains on it.
This is really great!
from Ruther Glne, VA
My toilets have never looked better. Even better than new. They sparkle now!
Pumice Toilet Stain Remover
from St. Louis, MO
This product works beautifully! Gets rid of the mineral stain around the commode. Makes it look new. The only negative was the handle broke halfway through cleaning. Still able to clean, although not as comfortably.
At last I found a product
from Liberty Lake, Wa.
I finally found something to remove the stains in the toilet.
Useful but needs better handle
from Fort Worth, TX
The first time I used this produce, it worked great and I was highly impressed. However, the 2d time, the stick broke along with the pumice stone.
from Minneapolis, MN
It takes a little scrubbing to remove the mineral ring, but it's not excessive.