I have some rust in my water and I use white vinegar on my shower, shower curtain and my toilet. Just spray on full strength and let sit and it will take a swish with a brush in the toilet but will come clean. the shower I don't do anything with it but shower and before I get out or just after while wet I spray with the white vinegar. Good luck
I have had this problem, not fun. Once I did this was amazing how easy turned out. I used olive oil (any cooking oil) and screen. You can buy this screen at hardware stores.Or you can cut larger squares of screen,cutting it into size squares you can easily use. Put oil on the screen (this prevents scratching) it removes rust,hard water stains etc.
I'm sure you can call the local stores ask about buying these packs of scouring screens. I found its cheaper, works just as well to buy larger replacement size (like for screen window/doors) cut into size I liked using. Good luck. Promise this always has always worked for me.
If the toilet bowls are porcelain (and that's a big "if" - check with the manufacturers of your new toilets) a pumice stone works well in eliminating rust stains. They can be purchased at many hardware stores and usually come in small brick sizes at about 4" x 1" in size. Be aware that the use of pumice stone involves significant elbow grease, but again, they work wonders on porcelain toilet rust, lime, and calcium buildups. Good luck!
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