On Jul 12, 3:45 pm, Dan Musicant ( email@example.com) wrote:
When my toilets showed their age, I started replacing with low flow
toilets with no problems.
i like them because I have a septic system and less water to drain
field is better. Also with a well, water cost is no concern but may
save you money on a municipal system.
I would avoid the dual flush systems as they may be fussier and more
complex to maintain.
The low flush modern toilets never worked as well as the old toilets we used
to have. I was very disappointed with the low water performance. I ended
up getting pressure flush toilets. Those are the only kind that work as
good as the old ones. I'd highly recommend to keep your old one.
You're obviously not thinking of the children.
Science tip of the day:
Burning Hydrogen gas in an Oxygen environment will create "fresh" water. All
other water is "used" water.
It's possible that the refreshing drink of chilled Evian you have with your
quiche contains at least one molecule of the bladder evacuation from Julius
Caeser's death throes - "Et poo, Brutus?"
all the time, were constantly dirty, and they took forever to refill. My low
flow has NEVER backed up, it's easier to keep clean, and it's practically
silent. If I could afford it, I'd swap out my other high flow toilet for a
low flow. I have a Toto.
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