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With a title like that you know this isn't going to be fun.
Ok, background: a relative is going into a nursing home, and it now falls to the family (read: Me while they go through the attic and decide who takes what) to clean up the house for (hopefully) sale. Lot of heavy duty cleaning - she's 88 and hasn't really kept house for years. My aunt was there weekly to help, but I'm seeing now she didn't help as much as was needed.
Anyway, one challenge that I can't overcome is the toilet. I don't think it's been cleaned in a decade, and now it's got a yellow-brown... something built up quite thick in there. Right now I have CLR in there in a concentration that's probably going to make my lungs bleed when I go back, but how exactly do I get this off?