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    Default Sanagloss vs. No Sanagloss

    Can anyone provide comments on whether the Sanagloss feature of Toto toilets is worth it?

    Thanks,

    Cowtown flusher

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    Last edited by Terry; 06-08-2005 at 08:09 AM.

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    DIY Member jumpyg's Avatar
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    I've never had a toilet with Sanagloss, so I can't comment on that. Some people here seem to love it.

    I do, however, have an Ultramax and a Drake, and I rarely get anything sticking to the bowl. The flush action is so fast, there isn't time for anything to stick. My old toilet would swirl everything around a few times and cause all kinds of problems. I haven't had a problem with the Totos in that respect (or any repspect) at all.
    Last edited by Terry; 02-02-2008 at 04:01 PM.

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    It's not available in all colors, but if it is in the one you like, my suggestion is buy it...you'll like it. My unprofessional opinion (I've got 2 and a sink).
    Jim DeBruycker
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    Have several toilets with it, and would not buy another without it.

    Paul

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    See the Sangloss poll in this forum.
    I didn't buy it but wish I did. The true 1.6 gallon/flush Drake uses so little water that there is some material left on the bowl, I think sanagloss would help.

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