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    DIY Junior Member Salmonica's Avatar
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    Default Toto Soiree

    Any opinions on this toilet? How many grams
    does it have? Does the Double Cyclone action
    remove all the "debris" from the bowls sides?
    I had an UltraMax and was not pleased with
    the low water line in the bowl as it didn't
    fully cover "debris" and created an out house
    smell. Also, when it was flushed the water
    didn't always swoosh completely around the
    bowl and would leave stains on the sides....
    I'm also considering the Drake.

    Thanks

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    Salmonica, you may find the following thread helpful in answering your Soiree question.

    http://www.terrylove.com/forums/showthread.php?t=18679

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    The Drake is an excellent choice. You want a toilet with a fairly large water spot to cure the problem you mentioned. The Sanigloss option would be worth considering as well.

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    Salmonica,
    If you thought the Ultramax had too little water in the bowl, then nothing sold since 1992 is going to work for you in gravity bowls.
    All new toilets use 1.6 gallons or less.
    Pressure assist toilets may have more water in the bowl, so something like a Gerber Ultraflush may be better for above average amounts in the bowl.
    You may want to consider a used toilet that uses 3.5 gallons or more too.
    Last edited by Terry; 04-07-2009 at 08:23 PM.

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    Terry, would you please mention which 1.28 or dual flush systems have the largest water spots or less dry bowl areas?

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