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  1. Thread: Best cleaner

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    you might try Seventh Generation Toilet Bowl...

    you might try Seventh Generation Toilet Bowl cleaner. I think Target carries the line. Try here
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    Ahh Thanks Terry! It seems so much of an...

    Ahh Thanks Terry! It seems so much of an afterthought, oddly enough only one restroom had it in there despite this building having around 16+ restrooms.
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    What's this for?

    OK, inspecting a new building for ADA compliance and found this in on two of the washbasins. Now they cut into the protective wrap and it is forward facing hitting a chair user right below the...
  4. What Toto model is that?

    What's the model? The only ones I could find are commercial and they really look institutional and don't have that contemporary Duravit look.

    Cheers
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    I must admit, I don't remember seeing plungers...

    I must admit, I don't remember seeing plungers by toilets in Australia when I was growing up... but I also remember pulling the chain in some places, maybe putting the tank up 6 feet would fix those...
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    Overnight soaks used to be the way... but front...

    Overnight soaks used to be the way... but front loaders have made that just a little tougher when you leave the lid up ;-)

    One could always just use the pre wash cycle and let it sit, but I'd...
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    What is it with this obsession? The company...

    What is it with this obsession?

    The company that is selling it to you is responsible for the design specs, QA and most of the profits, yet you get obsessed about where it is made. Wake up and...
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    I'd be a little worried about the damage he's...

    I'd be a little worried about the damage he's doing to himself, a stainless steel toilet will not solve the falling issues and that needs to be looked at seriously. It sounds like he may need some...
  9. Next they'll add LED lights then claim it saves...

    Next they'll add LED lights then claim it saves energy.

    Frankly I prefer my drains shaken not stirred Miss Moneypenny!
  10. Buy American doesn't necessarily equate to...

    Buy American doesn't necessarily equate to quality just as buying Chinese manufactured products doesn't mean low quality. The issue is the manufacture's design and QA specs. Apple manufactures...
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    SharkBites come in two forms, one type is the...

    SharkBites come in two forms, one type is the slip on fittings that are expensive, and the other are the "barb" fittings that are very similar to Que-Pex that clamp on....
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    Well it was not bait and switch, it was two...

    Well it was not bait and switch, it was two distinct events, my inability to get rid of the known problem with mildew in my front loader and sometime later seeing an article that made me wonder about...
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    Not sure why you would call this a "bait &...

    Not sure why you would call this a "bait & switch" thread?
    I'm interested in hearing opinions as I was some what surprised about the claim (having been running at 120F for years) but in the case of...
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    120F not hot enough?

    For a long time I ran my hot water heater at around 120F thinking I was saving energy. My front loading clothes washing machine would always have an odor no matter how much it was...
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    Well either way you look at it the toilet...

    Well either way you look at it the toilet contributed to him popping his cork, though he may well have already had a screw loose.
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    Answering my own question... clearly it is for...

    Answering my own question... clearly it is for hydronic heating, as the tubing does not have an oxygen barrier and ferrous material in a recirculating (closed) system will oxidize...
    Oxygen is...
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    AquaPex and the ferrous issue isolation

    I'm researching the phased replacement of my hot and cold water supply lines. Currently they 50 year old galvanized pipe, and so I'm going to have to transition to PEX at the outlets (bathrrom) and...
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    I'm going to throw my 1.5 cents in... only from...

    I'm going to throw my 1.5 cents in... only from what I've observed...

    I have 50 year house.. it has a fiberglass neo shower that I recently tore out. Original gear so Fiberglass shower bases have...
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    Success...

    A little heating again then some persuasion with a channel lock!

    And it looked glued... epoxy I think! Luckily not plastered but it was glue

    Thanks to all who gave me strategies, I'm sure they...
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    Back again, the heating did not work. I'm...

    Back again, the heating did not work. I'm beginning to wonder if they glued this thing on.
    I used a heat gun and warmed it up pretty good but to no avail.

    What's the best way to remove this, even...
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    Well I tried leaving in the screw, it bent the...

    Well I tried leaving in the screw, it bent the long pin on the extractor.

    The long pin on the tool is the same size as the screw that holds on the handle, so I understand why it was never going...
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    It does have a long pin, it is just is not long...

    It does have a long pin, it is just is not long enough, so the picture shows the puller seating on the handle. I'm going to try some of the above tips, first the one putting the screw back in and...
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    Handle puller doesn't seem to work

    Thanks for the help, however when I tried a handle puller, but the lower part did not seem to reach a solid surface to push against while the thread part makes contact with the handle and so it seems...
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    Tough shower faucet removal

    I have these rather hard to remove shower faucet handle that I can't remove. I removed the screw and have pulled but to no avail. How should I try to get these off?
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    Chasing my tail...

    After I posted I realized there was some thread left, wire-brushed it out and gooped up the joint with rectorseal. Got it in about 3/8 but sadly it drips at the bottom... I was using an ABS fitting,...
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