Waxless Seal for Toto Neorest 550? - Or stick with Wax?

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  1. g37guy

    g37guy New Member

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    Hi Terry, All,

    I went to reuse my Fluidmaster seal on the 550, and it will not easily (or even not easily) slip onto the 550's plastic opening. (See pic).

    Locally I think I can only get the Sani Seal waxless seal, or I'd have to order online to try the Fernco one.

    Any thoughts on this, or should I just use wax? Really started loving the Fluidmaster ones several years ago.

    This is in a new bathroom remodel. The flange is level with the Armstrong vinyl tiled floor, and it has a 3" opening. (See pic).

    Thanks!

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  2. Terry

    Terry Administrator Staff Member

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    Anytime I use a Fluidmaster waxless seal, I use a new one. They tend to form around the horn, and take a set.
    The Sani-Seal would work there, or simply using wax is fine too. We use wax more than anything else.
     
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  4. g37guy

    g37guy New Member

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    I used a Sani-Seal. It worked great.
     
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