10:00AM | 12/02/07
Member Since: 12/01/07
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Hi I have a old home with the original tile and plumbing fixtures. I have been getting plugs for years I hit it with a plunger and it gos down most of the time but I have to call the plumber out two or three times a yr. The plumber said install a toilet I have been holding off. The water just swirls around and around not getting a good flush. I have to flush twice and somtimes more to get the bowl clear. It is pink and I love the look. My co worker told me about a product he found called toiletsaver he ordered it at he said he used it and has his toilet flushing like new and clean like new. A friend told me to replace it and not waste the time but I realy dont want to do. Has anyone used this product I have read the webside over and it makes sense. CAN ANYONE HELP! Thanks


11:18AM | 12/07/07
Member Since: 01/24/06
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Under the toilet rim you will see openings (Use a mirror to see the openings) Then carefully clean each hole possibly with a paper clip opened and this normally removes the mineral deposits


05:38PM | 12/07/07
Member Since: 12/01/07
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Thanks for the note Tom my co worker did suggest this also he tried this along with a short section of a hanger this did not work. I think I am going to try his toiletsaver unit. Thanks for the help. I will report back..


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