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Promoted 08-30-2016 by slickdewmaster at 12:37 PM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 8-Pack Clorox Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner on sale for $8.11 after you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free. Thanks ssddealer

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Edited August 30, 2016 at 08:24 AM by jersharocks
Clorox Automatic Toilet Bowl Cleaner, 3.5 Ounces, 8 Count SS for $8.11
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About the Product
  • Eight 3.5 ounce toilet bowl cleaner tablets with bleach (Packaging May Vary)
  • Kills 99.9% of household germs in toilet bowl water
  • Continuously cleans and deodorizes for up to 3 months
  • Repels tough stains with Clorox cleaning power
  • Bleach in every flush
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seems like it's still available for subscribe and save

as I suspected, bleach in the tank is not a good idea. will damage rubber seals

best case scenario is that you only have to fix the internals

worst case, you get a slow leak that you don't notice and have to eventually replace tiles and drywall that may even get moldy... worse still, you may have to replace subflooring

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Add-on item, too bad.
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Quote from bluejen View Post :
Add-on item, too bad.
seems like it's still available for subscribe and save

as I suspected, bleach in the tank is not a good idea. will damage rubber seals

best case scenario is that you only have to fix the internals

worst case, you get a slow leak that you don't notice and have to eventually replace tiles and drywall that may even get moldy... worse still, you may have to replace subflooring
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
seems like it's still available for subscribe and save

as I suspected, bleach in the tank is not a good idea. will damage rubber seals

best case scenario is that you only have to fix the internals

worst case, you get a slow leak that you don't notice and have to eventually replace tiles and drywall that may even get moldy... worse still, you may have to replace subflooring
good tip...I developed a small leak and was wondering how it happened...this is the answer...no more tablets inside the tank....
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
seems like it's still available for subscribe and save

as I suspected, bleach in the tank is not a good idea. will damage rubber seals

best case scenario is that you only have to fix the internals

worst case, you get a slow leak that you don't notice and have to eventually replace tiles and drywall that may even get moldy... worse still, you may have to replace subflooring
hmm... after a quick search to verify this claim, I will be removing them from the tanks in my house. Kind of a shame b/c they work really well for me especially in my spare bathrooms that don't get used often.
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
seems like it's still available for subscribe and save

as I suspected, bleach in the tank is not a good idea. will damage rubber seals

best case scenario is that you only have to fix the internals

worst case, you get a slow leak that you don't notice and have to eventually replace tiles and drywall that may even get moldy... worse still, you may have to replace subflooring
Any alternative way to keep toilet clean? Thx
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Quote from Rubicon_Joey View Post :
hmm... after a quick search to verify this claim, I will be removing them from the tanks in my house. Kind of a shame b/c they work really well for me especially in my spare bathrooms that don't get used often.
The rubber gasket inside a tank costs like, $1.00 at the most. Seems worth it to me.
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I can't believe SD would put this product front page. If you are lucky, you will just get high water bills from the flapper leaking. More likely, your tank to bowl bolts and rubber washers will deteriorate, causing an unnoticed slow leak destroying your subfloor and causing mold growth.

There are so many belter alternatives to this product.
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Quote from hexabob View Post :
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I can't believe SD would put this product front page. If you are lucky, you will just get high water bills from the flapper leaking. More likely, your tank to bowl bolts and rubber washers will deteriorate, causing an unnoticed slow leak destroying your subfloor and causing mold growth.

There are so many belter alternatives to this product.
Like what? This is the best cleaner I've used
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Quote from gswood View Post :
Any alternative way to keep toilet clean? Thx
kaboom makes an amazing toilet bowl cleaner I love it so much I use it in every toilet in my house. it cleans using similar chlorine tablets used for pools/Jacuzzis which you can buy in bulk way cheaper. most importantly it holds the tablets out of the tank so it won't damage any seals I can't recommend it enough. bought mine at Lowe's for about $6 each buy generic chlorine refill tablets for pool to save money.

"kaboom automatic toilet bowl cleaner"
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what about the toilet bowl cleaner? can it be dangerous for plumbing too?
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Quote from bluestone View Post :
Like what? This is the best cleaner I've used
This one [amazon.com]
and
this one [amazon.com]

both work great
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Quote from hexabob View Post :
Clorox Tablet Class Action

I can't believe SD would put this product front page. If you are lucky, you will just get high water bills from the flapper leaking. More likely, your tank to bowl bolts and rubber washers will deteriorate, causing an unnoticed slow leak destroying your subfloor and causing mold growth.

There are so many belter alternatives to this product.

Couldn't agree with you more....Stay away from these
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I rent, so I don't pay for leaks. I should buy this then?
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