♦ To have a better effect, you can wet the pumice cleaning stone before using.
♦ When you use it just run the surface gently and slightly.
♦ After using, rinse and dry.
I picked my most neglected toilet for the photo op! We suffer from hard water where we live. We also have three bathrooms with only two people so this particular toilet gets forgotten about often! I know, it’s scary looking. But not after using these pumice stones! I’ve used this periodically throughout my short time being a home owner and they are the ONLY thing that works for hard water, toilet rings and nasty build up. I cleaned THREE toilets with one stone, so I’ve got three more stones to use for backup. I’m so satisfied with these stones, they are waayyyy better than the ones I’ve purchased from our local grocery store. Definitely will be back for more when we run out! - CrystalJane
When I think of pumice, I think of the stone that removes gross skin from my feet. And I hate feet. This is not that type of pumice. This is the holy grail of pumice. This pumice works on things like tile and those pesky glass cooktops. And it doesn't scratch! My glass cooktop looks new!But let's talk about my 65-year-old bathroom, shall we? The ceramic tile had a gross film, dried epoxy, dried caulk, dried grout. Not having the energy to replace the floor, I decided to park my a$ on the floor with my pumice. And then...off come the goo, off comes the epoxy, off comes the caulk, and goodbye paint! It strips rust stains immediately, btw. The tile looks clean and bright! Then I turned my attention to the marble threshold. Warning, it will scratch marble but I did not care. Wow! Minimal effort and the grossness just melts away!Things you should know:It makes a right mess. The pumice is soft and quickly turns to dust when scrubbing. I kept my vacuum handy and no issue. When I was all done, a quick steam mop ensured any stray dust was captured.It works best dry. Use a cleaner later.It disintegrates pretty quickly if you're using it on a really dirty area. I used almost two sticks to do the cook top once, the entire bath floor, and the threshold. Absolutely worth it though. Amazing! I can't wait to do the bottom of my pans! - Erin J
Holy Cow do these dumb things work. I had a random pumice stone that I was using on some stubborn bathroom sink stains. When I saw how well it worked I ordered these and went to town everywhere in my house. Stain on the bottom back of the bathtubs where some water stays after the bath has drained out...gone. Toilet bowl ring...gone. Deposits around bathroom and kitchen sinks...gone. We have some glass blocks in part of our shower and they had lots of deposits that I couldn't ever get off....they're now gone. Glass cooktop stains are gone too. Woohoo! I feel like I discovered a magical cleaner. Why have I never heard of how well these things clean??I'm assuming it's intentional but each pack that I got comes with pumice stones of different "grit". One stick is coarser and crumbles a bit more and the other is a little finer and has a tighter "grit". I tried to use the coarser one on my pool tiles but we have some pretty serious deposits on those and the pumice was crumbling really fast and not much was happening to the tiles. The finer grit worked a little better but it's going to take some serious work for the deposits we have. But for everyday household mineral deposits, these are perfect and do an amazing job! - Jamie