If I wanted to try the new wax free seals, knowing that the wax ones are
proven technology, does anyone have experience with the pros and cons of the
ones made by Fluidmaster or Fernco:
Supposedly they were all created from this one:
That generated this article:
Thanks for your time in answering,
I use wax seal on tile. But I commonly need to double up on tile. I have
not tried the "wax-free" seals yet. If it ain't broke don't fix it. Are
there any good reasons to not use the rubber? Is it likely to catch
something like a comb or toothbrush? Does it work well with all flanges
As for cracking the toilet, I have never seen this happen from the wax/tile
Yeah, with new people they tend to tighten the wing nuts too much....
as you walk away...... PING !
Nah, I see no difference between wax or rubber.
It expressing that the WC weight is the seal, not any toilet bolts.
Stick with what you know. Things work better that way.
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