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NEXT BY DANCO All-in-One Toilet Installation Kit | Perfect Seal Wax Ring & Zero Cut Bolts | Toilet Repair | Wax-Free | Mounting Toilet Bolts (10879X) $11.28

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-NO MESS: Perfect Seal has a hidden wax ring which causes no mess and 3X's stronger seal than regular wax rings
REPOSITIONING CAPABILITY: Both the Perfect Seal and Zero Cut Bolts allow for multiple toilet repositions as needed during installation
-NO CUTTING REQUIRED: brass and stainless steel bolts are adjustable up to 3 inches and can be easily turned by hand for perfect height. The SLIDING ADAPTERS tighten the bolts and the low-profile caps featuer an easy lock and release mechanism
-WORKS WITH FLANGES that are 1/2 inch ABOVE the floor or 1-1/2 inches BELOW the floor for installation compatibility with most toilet situations
-HELPFUL TIP: When toilet does not sit flush to the floor, the black plsatic ring inside the gray rubber casing can be removed allowing the Perfect Seal to be fully compressed

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The bolts look solid enough, but stainless steel next to brass in a damp environment? I pity the guy who tries to work on these things in a few years.
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The bolts look solid enough, but stainless steel next to brass in a damp environment? I pity the guy who tries to work on these things in a few years.
Yeah for the bolts u definitely need some silicone based grease or else it'll be a headache
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This is normal price .... No deal here
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This ring is better than plain wax, but I prefer the Korky foam ring. You can reset as many times as you need to get everything adjusted.
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This ring is better than plain wax, but I prefer the Korky foam ring. You can reset as many times as you need to get everything adjusted.
Thumbs up to this.

Foam rings make the job so quick and easy.

The only people using wax rings anymore are either cheap landlords or scummy plumbers who want your seals to fail so they get more business.
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Foam rings make the job so quick and easy.

The only people using wax rings anymore are either cheap landlords or scummy plumbers who want your seals to fail so they get more business.
Wax rings are literally the best solution and fail proof unless seated wrong. I just installed 3 toilets and did use this product, just the version without these special bolts. This still uses wax, but the gasket let's you adjust or remove the toilet without changing the wax ring. I've heard poor stories about the foam seals.
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Thanks OP, I'll give this a try.

(I tried a foam ring last time... Easy to install, worked great it seems, until it failed after a year or so.)
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I've always used 1 1/2 rings stacked and then silicone caulked the toilet to the floor. Have yet to have one fail yet.
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I used this 3.5 yrs ago for one of my bathroom renovations. Was very easy and is holding up fine. Would definitely recommend it.
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The foam ring doesn't actually fail. It's usually there is grit and it didn't not seal. It was not seated properly or the floor is not level and it is unable to seal. It works as well as wax but most toilets have rubber flange and it is by far better than wax
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Thumbs up to this.

Foam rings make the job so quick and easy.

The only people using wax rings anymore are either cheap landlords or scummy plumbers who want your seals to fail so they get more business.
I prefer wax ring because if you look at the warning on foam ones, they act like as if you shouldn't clean your toilet with anything but water. I just didn't want to deal with the headache that if I used Lysol or something with bleach that it will destroy the foam seal. I just buy the thick wax ring and call it a day.
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Thumbs up to this.

Foam rings make the job so quick and easy.

The only people using wax rings anymore are either cheap landlords or scummy plumbers who want your seals to fail so they get more business.
Wax is still king... installed properly it'll seal better and outlast anything else on the market today.
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The foam ring doesn't actually fail. It's usually there is grit and it didn't not seal. It was not seated properly or the floor is not level and it is unable to seal. It works as well as wax but most toilets have rubber flange and it is by far better than wax
Rubber flange? What kind of toilets have you been installing? Most under $200 will have ceramic base and flange on the floor from cast iron, abs, pvc or stainless ring on a pvc base.
Ones with plastic insert for hidden screws on the sides also have plastic base with rubber ring but in connection with ceramic base that goes inside of it.
I used these before and didn't have any issues but generally won't need the plastic insert unless flange is below floor level.
I usually like to tighten bolts with washer and nuts on the flange first and then use SS nuts with nylon insert on the base that way they hardly come loose and even if base gets loose the bots stay put still vs relying solely on tension to keep bolts and base in place.
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Not sure if this is a good deal, but I only use this product when installing toilets (without the no-cut bolts). Wax rings fail over time and the fluid master version is junk. Never seen or used foam. Because the wax is encased in the rubber, I replaced my toilet and reformed the wax ring before installing a new pressure assist toilet. No issues 6 months later (ceiling below is still open to check for leaks). So I believe whoever said you can not re-seat these was incorrect.
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