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 Gas After Toilet Removal?

Answer Some bathroom renovation projects involve removal of the toilet. In many cases the toilet is replaced with a new fixture, but it may take several days to reach that point in the project. In the mea... Read More »
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Which way do you twist the valve underneath the toilet to turn off the water Left or right facing toilet?

When I Flush the Toilet, It Gurgles for a Long Time at the Bottom of the Toilet Bowl?

A toilet employs the laws of physics in a simple and useful way. When you flush it, water flows into the curved pipe hidden inside its unassuming porcelain exterior and thence into the waste line, ... Read More »
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How to Remove Toilet Plunger Rubber Marks From Toilet Bowls?

While your traditional rubber plunger is effective in repairing a clogged toilet, the plunger itself often leaves behind dark rubber residue that sticks to the toilet bowl after you have plunged th... Read More »
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Land llord would NOT allow to flush used toilet tissues into the toilet, reasonable?

I think that would depend on the type of plumbing. If it's one of those old fashion septic tanks then yes, the landlord would be reasonable. I lived in a house with a very crappy plumbing system al... Read More »
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