If you have hardwater, blue, brown stains in toilet bowl, this will remove like magic. Forget about other cleaning products. This will remove years old toilet bowl stains in minutes. Will make grill grates look like new. I even used on grout to remove bluish stains (but be careful with type of tile or stone you have). It will disintegrate rapidly but for the cost & results, well worth it.
I had to remove hard water rusted stains from a glass stove front and had tried many other products and then bought this as a last resort and it worked beautifully glass front fully restored with out a single scratch
I decided to try this based on how high the ratings are. I was hopeful but prepared for disappointment because nothing else worked. I was not disappointed! In fact I was shocked that it completely got rid of the nasty hard water ring in an unused toilet. This stuff is amazing! Im still surprised! In this photo it already removed about 80 percent of the hard water ring. I had to use the whole stick but it was so worth it. I cant figure out how to add more than one picture or else id add the after picture
Best product ever for removing rust rings in toilets! Our toilets at work were unsightly and embarrassing but with this wonderful pumice stone and some elbow grease, they are now shiny and like new! I highly recommend Pumie Scouring Stick!!
I bought this product to clear out hard water stains from my sink. Its a barely new shiny sink bu...
March 6, 2017
I bought this product to clear out hard water stains from my sink. Its a barely new shiny sink but due to hard water it got a little dull. I tried most of the stuff recommended from DIY websites, but nothing worked. I did not get back the shine. After looking at the reviews of this product I gave it thought to try it. After using this product, not sure if I got the shine back but I did for sure got scratches. I don't know if there is a certain way to use it but I just wet it and rubbed it around. Not happy with the outcome. Should have tried it on a small portion first :(
Wears away way too quickly - not like it used to be
October 28, 2015
This scouring stick used to last MUCH longer. It must have been reformulated -- the composition looks and feels' softer', where it used to look and feel coarse; you could see different particle sizes - cinders..
I've used this brand for many years (not much choice, actually), and I'll give you an example of its performance just today when scrubbing a sink and toilet:
1. In the past, it would leave those 'streaks', or scrub marks, where you cleaned. They'd go away, of course, but were evidence that it was working.... Not anymore! This new stick leaves nothing like that.
2. The stick was ground down to about 2" long after 1 pretty clean sink and 1 toilet with the light calcium ring and average scum. I am not exaggerating one bit! It wore away to a nub that quickly.
3. Because it feels (is) softer, you don't feel the stick "bite" into the calcium like it used to.
I'm bummed and frustrated about this. I think that folks who use the product could expect to have a half-stick laying around, ready for use - but not with this current product (I am presuming the composition has changed, because it wears away like putting lipstick on a hippo!).
And, yes, I get that pumice is soft to begin with! Unfortunately, I believe this isn't the same Pumie.
I just used the Pumie Scouring Stick for the first time today. I used it on the bottom of pots & pans. It worked perfect. Removed the build-up from the bottoms of the pans. It does take some time & a "little elbow grease". However the pans look like new on the bottoms.GREAT PRODUCT!!!!!