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Mold in rim of toilet stoos

How do you remove mold from the rim of the toilet stool?  You can't get to it with a stool brush as the holes around the rim are so small.  Any help you can give would be appreciated as the wife cleans the stools and then about three days later the black streaks reappear.

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You will have to add a tablet cleaner to the tank, not the bowl. Try to find one with clorine in it. You can find them in the cleaner section of the store you shop at.

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