We are Very Happy "Toto Drake" owners thanks to you Terry!

Discussion in 'Toilet Forum discussions' started by junkman.jim, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. junkman.jim

    junkman.jim New Member

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    Hi Terry

    My wife and I also wanted to add our kudos along with the many others who visit your site, thank you for all the valuable information presented on your site.

    I'm a DIY person but like to always inform myself before tackling projects just to prevent mistakes and to make the project go smoothly. Your site has been a great help to me since I found your site about 10 months ago. Again thanks so much for being there for people like me who watch their budget and try to save a few dollars along the way.

    After owning several new houses in the past 15 years and really being totally dismayed at the newer low volume (double/triple flush, have to plunge) toilets in those houses. I have finally wised up after discovering your advise on your site about the Toto Drake Toilets and purchased three Drake elongated Sanagloss toilets for our present home.

    We now have peace of mind and no longer worry about clogs or plunging toilets. I installed them about 7 months ago, I had no problem installing them and we have not come close to having a problem with clogs since, thanks to your advise.

    I do have a question though about the toilets with the Sanagloss finish inside the bowl as to what would be safe and/or advised to use in the toilet tanks to prolong/extend the clean toilet bowl after using a non abrasive cleaner to clean it?

    My wife uses the Lysol Power toilet bowl cleaner and a brush to clean the bowl but would like to use something in the tank water if it would help keep the bowl cleaner between cleanings but not harm the Sanagloss finish, I'm sure others may also be interested in your advise. Thanks

    junkman.jim
  2. cwhyu2

    cwhyu2 Consultant

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    I dont recamend tank type cleaners as some can cause early deteration
    of rubber and plastic parts in the tank.
  3. Cass

    Cass Plumber

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    Chlorox with teflon has been talked about and used by many people on this site with good positive reviews by everyone who used it.

    I have had people tell me that it is becoming hard to find. I don't know if Chlrox is not making it any more or if the local stores here just dont cary it any more.
  4. patrick88

    patrick88 Plumber

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    Never use anything in the tank like those bleaching disks it will eat your flapper and cause leaks.

    I'm sure she is no fan of cleaning the bowl. Having a good working toilet like the drake will go along way.
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