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    Anyone have a clever idea for removing the black scuffs that titanium leaves on the front edge of the toilet when you bump it in your chair?
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    "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

    #2
    A pumice stone, meant for cleaning porcelain.
    Find it in cleaning sections of stores.
    Doh!

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      #3
      Have you tried Mr Clean eraqser sponge?

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        #4
        I get metal marks off porcelain with a cleanser (scouring powder) and a scotchbrite pad

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          #5
          Either the toilet pumice or "Bartender's Friend" or "Bon Ami" and a plastic scrubber.

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            #6
            Ditto. Works like magic. You can also use the kind that is meant for removing callouses.
            Originally posted by JeffH View Post
            A pumice stone, meant for cleaning porcelain.
            Find it in cleaning sections of stores.
            Foolish

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              #7
              Sounds like lots of options. We've got bartenders friend so I suspect we'll try that first but thanks for all the ideas.
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              "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

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                #8
                i have bunch marks too. after i get it cleaned up , i will put some duct tape to protect it.
                oh well

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                  #9
                  I wonder if these ideas would work on a white iron bed, I have some black scuff marks on my bed I'd like to remove. I'm going to try it out. good post.
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by 9000ft View Post
                    Anyone have a clever idea for removing the black scuffs that titanium leaves on the front edge of the toilet when you bump it in your chair?
                    I was wondering about that a few days ago! I was thinking the marks came from my push rims, but couldn't figure out how they touched the toilet in the place the marks were.
                    c6 complete

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by 9000ft View Post
                      Anyone have a clever idea for removing the black scuffs that titanium leaves on the front edge of the toilet when you bump it in your chair?
                      Wow. Your house must be way neater/cleaner than mine is.

                      C.

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                        #12
                        New house, new toilets, unimpressed wife pushes the "care meter" up. As a status report, I would have to say no single solution so far has been the magic fix. I tried barkeepers friend because we had that. It took some off but not all. I then got a pumice stone for cleaning porcelain and tried that. It also worked ok but with some major effort. I'm going to review the other suggestions and see what else is left but I will be approaching toilets a little more gently in the future to save the scrubbing hassle.
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                        "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

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                          #13
                          I thought these were permanent marks. Glad I don't have to replace toilets. I was just going to post the question on how to prevent them and found this. Not sure I want to put duck tape on the toilets any other ideas on preventing these?

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                            #14
                            Just as a follow up. The bartender's Friend might have worked, eventually. The best method I found was the pumice stone which still takes some work.
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                            "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

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                              #15
                              *thread resurrection*

                              another vote for Bar Keepers Friend cleanser (the scrubbing powder - not liquid). It shifted 12 years of aluminum/titanium scuff marks from the rim of the toilet, took a while doing a section at the time with a scrubbing cloth but the results are amazing. A small amount of cleanser removed about 98% of the marks making the toilet look a million times better - a very satisfying job and cheaper than a new bowl.

                              I ordered it from Amazon Germany but it’s all available from Amazon UK too for those of us in Europe.

                              https://www.amazon.com/Bar-Keepers-Friend-Powdered-12-Ounces/dp/B000V72992

                              https://www.amazon.co.uk/Bar-Keepers.../dp/B000QYLEBE
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