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What causes a pink ring in the toilet?

The pink ring that develops at the water line in the toilet, around the drain, in the tub/shower area, in bathroom drinking cups, and even dog bowls is caused by Serratia marcescens, an airborne bacterium. Serratia marcescens thrives when water sits in the open air.

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