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Lysol Left a Blue Ring in Toilet?

I used Lysol in my toilet bowl and it dyed my bowl. How do I get this out?

By bobbyjus from Perry, FL

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May 5, 20110 found this helpful
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I suspect the lysol is dying some lime deposit that is in the toilet. You may want to try some acid to remove this; or just go with the bleach as Klavier suggested. But don't combine cleaners.

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April 28, 20180 found this helpful

I have blue stains from bowl cleaners in both of my toilets...one is new, so it is not a lyme deposit. Have tried cleanser, bleach, etc. to no avail. I did not let the cleaner sit for any amount of time.

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May 5, 20110 found this helpful

Hello,
My wife found the same problem with Lysol.
She just took Bleach and water and it came out.
Guy

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