Is there a way to adjust the level of water in toilet bowls? The level seems
to differ among those in our home, and those with deep water cause splashes
on the floor (laced with urine) which require much more frequent cleaning.
I'm pretty sure this is due to the height of internal passages and "floor"
of the bowl. your toilets must be differing models.
design tradeoff is:
larger water area to avoid fecal sticking on bowl surface (looks icky and
or small water area to avoid your problem (which many people never notice,
though it certainly exists). anything that hits water causes *some*
Do you have a gerber brand bowl. They put the water level way up there. No
way to adjust although you may be able to exchange the bottom half of the
bowl with the 4" elevated model sold normally for handicapped use.
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