These pumice stones are great cleaners for bathroom, kitchen and toilet
- Use them to clean and scour away lime, calcium and rust build up from the pool tile or on the spa
- Use as a toilet cleaner
- For Cleaning Toilet Bowl Ring Removal – Bathtub Shower Sink and Tile Cleaner – Callous Remover – Glass Cook-top Cleaner – Oven Rack Cleaner
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I have tried EVERY POOL glass tile cleaner. Was about to bust out the muratic acid and tried these pumice sticks. This is the best product EVERRRR. Now I do have to go over every tiny square but it’s beaten oceancare calcium releaser that was $125 for a gallon, CLR, Limeaway and hot Vinegar. Thank you!!! Before and after
When faced with the option of cleaning an impossibly difficult Toto toilet that had a thick rather ugly layer of lime and hard water scale at the bottom of the bowl (yellowish brown colored and thick) I tried everything from your standard toilet cleaning sprays, to mild muriatic acid solutions to Ajax cleaners. I tried draining the toilet and cleaning, tried different brushes, nothing worked UNTIL I researched and came upon pumice cleaning stones online. I thought, what have I got to lose? This toilet cost more than $1000 and I was at the point of figuring I would just have to replace it. So I bought a pack of these excellent pumice stones and, leaving clean water in the bowl while I worked, was able to restore the porcelain surface to new condition. Smooth absolutely clean surfaces.
These stones are amazing. Basically you grab a stone (they are shaped into rectangular blocks with a plastic covering), peel back some of the plastic covering to expose some of the stone, and start rubbing away, peeling away more plastic as you go. Off comes the scale! The stone wears away into a fine powder as you work, so it’s good to occasionally flush the toilet as you go to keep the water clear– then you’ll see your progress! This toilet was really scaled so it took a couple of the pumice sticks to get it 100% clean. The toilet is now like new again! It flushes like a new toilet again. I’m so glad I found this product! Amazing!
One additional thing I did, using a small nail set, was to poke that into the water jet openings and knock off a few chunks of water scale where the openings were too small for the block to reach. I was careful not to scratch those areas. Perhaps a smaller pumice stick would have fit into those openings?