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October 22, 5:18 PM [GMT -5]

I really dislike the new water conserving toilets. Ours is rated high for the flush. They simply do not have enough water so that when waste hits the bowl and is flushed, *** remain stuck.
That means bacteria grows rapidly. I end up having to clean the toilet when a person has a BM. I still have to clean the toilet with pumace weekly. I have never had a toilet that gets dirty so quickly.

RC

June 24, 1:44 PM [GMT -5]

Spend a lot of money on the toilet. Mine was a Kohler made in Mexico, model "Inodoro"and installed about a year ago. I found the installation manual but not the invoice, but I beleive it was about $130.00.

I don't like to sound crude, but doo doo is like glue. I tried to flush it while using it and spraying with cleaner before using it. The only thing that works is cleaning it manually immediately after use, which kind of defeats the purpose.

Best advice, try to buy American made and don't go cheap.

Does anybody else have this problem?

October 16, 12:26 AM [GMT -5]

Try this dual flush toilet.

http://www.mrsdiy.com/

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