They are kind of a generic item and any one will work
fine with 95% of the toilets out there. I have seen some
that are extra thick, if the flange is a bit low. And there
are some more pricey ones that are made out of
something other than wax, ie some kind of urethane
I think. But if it's typical toilet the standard wax ones
Why do you have to remove the toilet? Never know, there may be a simpler
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I have to remove a toilet. It's the first time I've done it. How do I
know which wax ring to buy at Lowes? Any tips to keep me out of trouble?
Fernco is a well-known brand and is high-quality, A closet auger will
not wcratch the porcelain finish if used as shown in:Stoprmin Mormims
A good closet auger has a sleeve, and a protector, so not to scratch
bowl. About 2/3 of the way down the page is an illustration.
Thanks for the link -- very interesting. I'll probably try them.
I clicked on the link on the web page and watched the video. One question I
have has to do with peeling off the covering and sticking the Fernco to the
bottom of the toilet. I am wondering if there are any issues with making
sure that the Fernco is centered correctly when sticking it to the toilet so
that it matches up and goes into the sewer drain correctly. I assume that
"close enough" when centering and sticking the Fernco to the toilet works,
but I thought I'd ask here if anyone has had any issues or problems with
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