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Why is my toilet water green?

When iron meets air, the rust-colored stains under your faucet or toilet will turn up. Lime build up is usually indicated by green or brown stains in the toilet. Hard water leaves a mineral build up behind lime scale. You need acid to get rid of these stains.

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