Toilet bowl stains can be removed by using any store bought toilet bowl cleaner or bleach, a pumice stone, some sandpaper and rubber gloves. To clean the stains, apply the toilet bowl cleaner or bleach and scrub with the... More »

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The most common method of removing a toilet bowl ring or stain is to use bleach. A common and powerful household cleaner, bleach is effective in removing stains from the toilet bowl. Simply pour a cup of bleach powder in... More »

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Pouring vinegar into a toilet bowl or spraying the vinegar onto stains in the toilet can help remove stains. Adding baking soda to the vinegar is also effective for removing stains from toilet bowls. More »

Steps to take to ensure that a toilet flushes properly include unclogging it with a plunger or auger, making sure that the water level in the tank is appropriate, and fixing any problems with the rubber flapper and lift ... More »

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Repair toilets that leak from the tank when flushed by replacing the large, rubber tank-to-bowl washer. For tanks that leak constantly, the problem could be a loose connecting bolt, ridge on the porcelain or worn rubber ... More »

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To re-purpose an old and broken china into a beautiful mosaic stepping stone for your garden you need broken china, safety glasses, heavy cloth, a hammer, rubber gloves, a concrete stepping stone, mortar, grout, a sponge... More »

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A toilet uses a siphon to drain the water from the bowl down into the sewer system, according to HowStuffWorks. When several gallons of water are rapidly added to the toilet, it creates a pressure differential that cause... More »