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I was looking for the cleaning rock that you clean porcelain toilets with

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Use a sponge!

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How did my cleaning question end up under dishwashers?

Just as a guess, with the bowl empty you might try marble or granite polish.

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Installing a new Toilet - How to install a Toilet

If you can install your own toilet then you can choose what toilet best suits your needs, as there is a very big variety in style, price, and quality of toilets. Installing your own toilet is not as big a question as you might think it is. Learn how you can install a toilet yourself. You can have your new model toilet in place in just a few hours. Probably even much less time than that.

The first thing you need to do is pick out the toilet that you prefer to have. If you are older or have health problems, consider a handicap height toilet. They are a couple of inches taller than a standard toilet and make it much easier to get up from. If you have a lot of usage than a pressure assisted toilet might also be a good fit for you. The extra water pressure will help to keep the toilet from clogging. Toilets usually come without a seat, so don't forget to buy a new one or you can save the one from your previous toilet if it will fit the bowl of the new one.

The floor does not have to be spotless before installing the new toilet, but it should be fairly clean. You will next need to install the tank onto the bowl. Set the bolts with the rubber washers on them in the holes on the tank and then set the tank on the back of the toilet bowl. Tighten the bolts gently, just expanding the washers a bit.

Next, turn the toilet bowl upside down and place an new wax ring and sleeve onto the toilet horn. The toilet bowl wax gasket works best if it is at room temperature. This will ensure the proper forming of seal. Now stand directly over the toilet and lift it turning it over and setting it down over the bolts in the flange. By doing this you will place the toilet on top of the wax ring. The bolts will come up through the holes on the side of the toilet.
Install the washers over the bolts and slowly tighten the nuts until snug, while slowly pressing down until the toilet is seated flush with the floor. Make certain that the bolts are tight enough to prevent the toilet from rocking, however do not over-tighten them. Tightening the bolts too much will cause the toilet which is porcelain, to crack. Now, reconnect the water line from the floor to the tank. To give it a nice finished look a bead of silicone caulk can be run around the base of the toilet. Remember that he caulk will be visible, so choose a color that looks good with your toilet for a professional look.

Installing your own toilet can be just that easy. In an afternoon your can pick out your new toilet, remove your old one, install your new one and have it up and flushing in no time at all! Then last of all, check for leaks!! Don't be embarrassed if you find a leak, retighten and check again. Even a pro will have a leak sometimes. Leaks happen! Good Luck!

on Dec 06, 2009 | Plumbing

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The porcelin in the bottom of the bowl looks brown and like the porcelain has come off of my toto toilet

Toto toilets usually have a very good porcelain finish. I would first try a toilet bowl cleaner or a rust remover such as CLR or Lime Away. DO NOT ! MIX ANY OF THESE CHEMICALS UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES! Try one making sure to give it time to work then thouroughly flush the toilet before trying another. The brown stain may be rust or water scale. If the porcelain is actually gone replacing the toilet is probably the only fix. Hope this helps.

Jun 27, 2014 | Toto Home

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How to remove rust from a toilet bowl

Take some Ajax and lightly rub it on the stain just hard to remove the stain. The main thing is you don't want to etch the porcelain..

Feb 05, 2013 | Home

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Toilet is unstable with respect to the floor. it rocks when you get on and off it.

It needs to be shimed,either floor uneven or casting is not uniform.It is a problum most people don't understand.Toilets when set need to be leveled if not you can break bowl.Go to home depot and in plumbing dept. ask for plastic shims-come in little bag,tap under toilet and then snug down bolts,(don't reef on bolts)when shes tight take flat head screwdriver and hammer and chop off shim flush.You should take dap tub and tile caulk (water soulible) and dap around bottom-keep wiping sponge with clean water around till it looks nice let set up for 12-24 hours,toilet should be rock solid.If by chance its leaking around base you'll have to reset with new wax Richie

Jan 27, 2011 | Kohler - Toilet - Two-piece - Highline -...

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Do you have to put toilet cauking under base of toilet

No, you don't have to, but it makes for a nicer job. The wax ring must provide the complete seal to the sewer and must not leak at all. The use of caulking under the outer edge provides for a neat seal so that water or waste that gets on the floor does not collect under the edge of the toilet where it meets the floor. The caulking can also provide a bit of stability if the floor is uneven and the flange is a bit high, in which case the toilet might rock a little - which could compromise the seal of the wax ring. If a plumber installs a toilet, they will put the caulking down right away because they are confident in their installation of the wax ring and they need to move on. If the floor is a soft material (anything except stone or ceramic tile), then the home meowner might want to wait a couple of days before applying caulking to be certain that they don't conceal a leaking wax ring. If your toiled does rock a little, give the caulking a day to dry before using it again. On the other hand, if you do have a hard surface floor, it's a good idea to apply the caulk to the bottom of the toilet before you put the bowl down to give a bit of cushion where the porcelain bowl meets the hard floor.

Aug 23, 2010 | Kohler - Toilet - One-piece - Santa Rosa -...

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I just installed two A/S Flowise Cadet 3 tight should the tank be bolted down to keep it from rocking?

The tank should come down until it touches the bowl. You tighten one side a bit and then the other to bring it down evenly. You have to be looking in between the two as you tighten.

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How to Clean my Toilet?

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