My experience is that veggies don't make me generate floaters. Some
gas-producing foods sometimes do when my digestion system is not used to
them (such as if I eat a large quantity of beans after 2 weeks or hardly
The main blame I hear for floaters is unabsorbed fat content, usually
from a combination of fat consumption and bile from the liver not doing
Meanwhile, I have seen 1.6 gallon per flush toilets that flush as well
as I have ever seen a toilet flush.
- Don Klipstein ( email@example.com)
had to replace old toilets and have had no problems with the new ones.
I guess they overcame design deficiencies of the original no flushers.
I'm on well and septic so I don't care about price of water but it is
nice not to have as much for the drain field to handle.
Good points. :-)
I'm not causing any problems upstream or downstream.
I get my water directly from the ground, use it, and put it back in the
ground in a different place.
I have 3 old American Standard Plebe toilets. The 5 gallon type, I think.
The only bad thing about my setup is that the 220 volt, 3/4 horsepower
well pump has to replace the flushed water. This costs electricity
Recently I installed one of the dual flush converter types. MJSI HYR270
HydroRight Drop-In Dual Flush Converter (usual disclaimer applies). I
got mine through Amazon.
The old style flusher handle on the front of the tank is replaced with a
dual button flusher.
The top button flushes about 2-3 gallons of the 5, which is enough for #1
The bottom button unloads the tank for #2.
So far it works well. I'll be getting two more for the other toilets
I'm laughing so hard, that I can hardly type (key) this. So true, so
true, the hype over the past twenty years about low-flow toilets has
been just that...HYPE.
I'm going to save your posting and send it to all of my friends and
relatives...I'm sure that they will agree with you.
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