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EarthStone Bathstone Cleaning Block

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  • Non-toxic, chemical free cleaning
  • Safe for your whole family
  • Safe for porcelain, tile, tempered glass, grout, and most other surfaces
  • Outperforms sponges and scrubbers
  • Works great on a variety of bathroom surfaces
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Size: Twin
  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 2 x 2.8 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000LF7YQC
  • Item model number: 111
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (92 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #113,574 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

Size: Twin

BathStone recycled cleaning blocks provide powerful, effective, and safe cleaning for hard water, soap scum, rust, mineral build-up, mold, and mildew while contributing to a healthy environment. BathStone is made from recycled materials and saves the equivalent of 1 glass bottle from being added to landfills per stone.

Customer Reviews

Even a magic eraser.
Tony Beevo
I will say that it does take some elbow grease, but I have tried elbow grease along with HARSH cleaning products to no avail and this stone started working right away.
N. Mullins
I use this stone to remove rust and other hard water stains from the toilet bowl and it works just great.
M. Cody

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Calthine on August 22, 2011
Size Name: Twin
I have a toilet that was so stained from calcium, lime, and two little boys that I was ready to tell my husband it had to be replaced before we sold the condo. I'd already tried standard cleaners and scouring powders. Five minutes with the stone took off 97% of the stains. It was very easy to use. I can't praise it enough.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By joop on July 26, 2012
Size Name: Twin
Our hard water had left a disgusting ring around the bowls at the water level, as well as rusty stains along the sides of the bowls where the water enters the bowl.

Bleach? No difference. Scrubbing bubbles, Lysol, Clorox, vinegar? Nada. I was really resigning myself to crummy bowls when I saw this on the shelf at a local BBB.

Like others I wish I had taken before and after photos. With very little work on my part, the rings and rust stains are just 100% gone. The toilets look new. This is one shockingly effective product and I can't believe that for under $5 my toilets look good as new. LOVE this product and will recommend to everyone with water stain issues.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By WA user on April 8, 2013
Size Name: Twin
Directions say you can use on glass shower doors, but do so at your own risk. It leaves scratches on the surface while removing the soap scum!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By amazonowl on March 29, 2014
Size Name: Twin
Like the title says, the toilet was GROSS! Most people would have junked it and said, oh forget it or just sandblast it, but I doubled up on the rubber gloves (2 pairs of them on my hands) and went to town on this old toilet and I got those nasty acidic urine stains right off - it took me 3 bathstone cleaning blocks to do it and about 1 1/2 hours but if I had taken before and after photos, you'd be astounded at the difference. It doesn't look like the same toilet! I even got up around the little hole at the bottom of the toilet where the water is pumped through and is very hard to get into. You just have to use some ingenuity with the cleaning block as it's grinding down and how you reposition it to fit the areas that you need to get to and apply some good leverage and I have terrible spinal issues and other health problems, but was able to do it. I usually have bought these direct from their own website. I will say this, although I really do like this product, I have had issues with the people that run the company who handle my orders - they don't communicate well at all. I had to call them and motivate them to send me an email of my UPS tracking number as that is the method they use for shipping. Because of their negative attitude on the phone with helping me get my UPS tracking number, I googled their company and found out some things that are less than favorable about the operations of this organization and its formation. If you google earthstone international, go down the list to see a watchdog group from New Mexico where the company is located. It is my hope that this company improve their customer care relations, in addition to the unfavorable watchdog monitoring they've uncovered about it, because this is a very good product for certain types of cleaning issues and because it's made from recycled glass, you can't go wrong with worrying about the waste or harm it would cause.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Miller on February 22, 2014
Size Name: Twin
I bought this from bed, bath, and beyond for about a third of the price here on amazon, so definitely shop around (unless amazon drops their current price of a dozen bucks or so). Anyway, I was skeptical as many others have said, since I've tried multiple solutions to the hard water ring in our toilets.

It works great. The ring is gone and it only took a few minutes. I used the stone dry and emptied the toilet of water.

It takes much less effort than something like a pumice stone. I barely had to put any effort into the scrubbing part.

The only con is that the stone is worn away quickly. I did two toilets and probably used about 1/4 of the stone. However, this is not something you need to do often, and for the price I paid well worth it many times over. In fact, now that I know how well it works I would gladly even pay amazon's price.

Bottom line, if you're dealing with stubborn rings or lines in toilets, do not hesitate to buy this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on June 17, 2013
Size Name: Twin Verified Purchase
For years I've been trying to find a good way to get rid of the hard water rings caused by my well water. A few minutes of scrubbing on toilets and sinks and thick build-ups were gone. As you work, the "stone" (think foam rubber made from fine grit instead of from rubber, so it weighs very little) rubs off, but so does the hard water stain. I did three toilets and two sinks and I think I can get another 3x that much work out of each stone. Very impressive! A must-have tool for cleaning when hard water stains are part of your life.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lindsey on January 9, 2014
Size Name: Twin
I tried to use this on my shower to remove soap scum and hard water deposits. Well, not only did it not remove the hard water but it completely scratched my shower. Of course I did not realize that it was scratching when it was wet so I scrubbed the entire tub. Now I have to research how to remove those scratches or live with a very scratched shower. Perhaps this is good for toilets, however, NEVER use on your shower. It is not safe.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By johnjorg on May 13, 2012
Size Name: Twin Verified Purchase
For over twenty-five years off and on, we've tried to remove iron stains from porcelain toilets that were caused by dissolved minerals in well water. Some chemicals lightened them, and some abrasives removed some of the stains, but nothing worked the first time, and some things didn't work very well regardless of the number of applications or uses. On a whim, we tried an Earthstone Bathstone cleaning block. One block cleaned two fairly heavily stained toilets completely of the iron stains at the waterline on the first use. The block itself erodes as it cleans, and I'm guessing there's enough left of our original block to do two lightly stained or one heavily stained toilet.

For persons who are squeamish, please note that the block, while abrasive, did NOT cut standard vinyl gloves which we (well, I) use when painting or pulling poison ivy.

Now, I have to figure out what to do with all the chemicals and cleaning powders I've accumulated over the last twenty-five years.
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