R Vest: Works great. See how long it lasts. Wax ring had blow out from new high
pressure plungers. Seems like this makes wider contact around underside of
toilet. Yet to be tested.
cynisturb: Need to make a thinner one for flanges mounted on a finished floor.
scoob0920: tried this today,will never use wax ring again!
superhotbm: I used it, I was surprised how well it sealed. I would not use a wax seal.
Not worth it! No sewer gases like before.
Claude Taylor: Awesome product
bobs hanery: What is the life time of this product? Wax rings are less then half the
cost of this product and well they last fairly long. Is the extra bucks
worth it for a little less hassle? Can Sani Seal beat the life of wax?
Edward Cedillo: I have a leaky toilet, the wax just breaks apart n pushes through the bolt
holes of the toilet. I believe the flange is a bit too high. I was at Home
Depot looking for a solution. Didn't buy anything cause I was just checking
what they had, but I did came across with this product. I was like, what is
this!! But after seeing this vid, I'm gonna buy it n hope for the best. I
will let u guys know how it work out! ✌️
Matt Curtis: I don't even care if it doesn't last as long as an old wax ring.... it was
EASY to put on, lets you make adjustments, and is not so messy.... so far
plumbworker: UPC approval?
Neil Root: I love this thing!!! So easy to use...I'll never waste money again on WAX
seals. Worked wonders for our leaky toilet...Highly Recommended.
Purchased at local Canadian Tire. Thank you for making such a fantastic
Baba Abba: Where do you get it?
LAlandlord: Just recently used it for the first time. This seems to be excellent
assuming it lasts as long as wax. After decades of dealing with messy
stinky wax, this is truly remarkable. Almost all my installations are on
old rusty cast iron flanges. To compliment it, I used high grade stainless
steel nuts, bolts and washers. I prefer to use a nut and washer to bolt
down against the flange to prevent getting it loose and not being able to
tighten the exposed exterior nuts. If it came with SS hardware instead of
the cheap brass plated (painted) steel it would be the ultimate "kit". The
only other issue is it may be out of "code" since I think that may require
wax so licensed plumbers may have problem with it.
Sani Seal Waxless Toilet Gasket: Nick, You would only need to stack these if your flange is 3/8" or more
below the top of the finished floor at any point.
nick hernandez: Can multiple seals be used for an uneven flange?
Pit Bob: Hope I didn't speak too soon
Jack Meoff: Just saw this product used by Richard Trethewey on Ask This Old House, and
that's all I need. those guys are the top experts and they use it, I use
it. Great Idea Nick, I've always wondered why no one had ever come up with
something better than that messy wax ring. This is it.
airgreek: AWESOME product just got done redoing my toilet since it leaked twice in a
year using the traditional wax. I will NEVER use wax again IF this lasts!
This product makes wax obsolete
Pit Bob: Well folks, I bought one of these and installation of it couldn't have been
easier. I noticed as I was held onto the toilet and lining with the bolts,
I had a sense that I don't have the worry of messing up the wax. What
really left me with this job is the possibly of never having to do it
again. If so, this was one wise investment. ONE MORE THING. It's made in
Buddy Cuddler: this was very helpful,thanks
Sani Seal Toilet Gasket Flexible Waxless Seal - Universal Fit - BL01 - Wax Free Toilet Seal4.4
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