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Niagara Conservation Toilet Tank Bank - $1.68 at Wal-Mart w/ FS to store

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https://www.walmart.com/ip/Niagar...g/54189662

Normally $4.76 each. I had a couple of these in my last house and they helped reduce our water bill. May not work with every toilet.
  • Toilet tank water saving product
  • Just hang on the inside of the toilet tank
  • Saves approximate 80 oz of water per flush
  • Lightweight
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Created 12-08-2017 at 03:25 PM by lbwarped
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We use a few bricks
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what would happen if it floats?
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You can do the same by putting an old, full 20 oz. Soda bottle in the tank. And this is really only useful for old toilets with the giant rectangular tanks. Otherwise, you'll gonna have a hard time getting down a #2.
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FYI, the water in Toilet Tank is drinkable during natural disaster according to independentlivingnews. so keep the tank clean guys
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This has got to be one of the stupidest products ever imo.

First off, water costs for most people are negligible unless you have a huge lawn to water in the summer or run a car wash or restaurant or the like. It is going to amount to a few gallons a month\pennies.

Secondly, this goes along the lines of the low flow toilets which go by the theory that you use less water per flush. Except when the one flush does not get the job done because (and this is a shocker) there is not enough water being used to do the job now. So people flush again...and maybe again. In the end, you waste more water and cost yourself more money potentially.

Finally, the cost to produce, sell this product and dispose of this on the environment likely is going to be more than the minuscule amount of water is being saved.
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