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Howto install an auto detergent dispenser onto existing toilet ci

I want to dispense automatically a small amount of detergent into the water in the exiting toilet cisten at every flush.

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"Fluidmaster" makes a device that clips onto the tank and dispenses a solution into the bowl at each fill after a flush.
It goes inline with the tube runing from the fill valve, and dumps into the flush valve which goes into the bowl when filling.

Most LOWES carries them.
These are better than the ones that release the chemical into the tank because the chemical never has a chance of causing corrosion and failure of the tank to bowl seals.

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