There are 3 toilets in this house. All use the same water. All have the same cleaner. This is the only one that displays this problem.
The trap is the portion through which the sewerage flows from the toilet, correct? Is the internal glazng smooth porcelain, too? Why would that cause the toilet bowl water turn and stain the bowl?
Just felt the bowl. Doesn't seemto be an appreciable difference in the feel to me.
I cleaned the bowl yesterday, and the water was already beginning to "cloud."
If there is a partial clog in the trap, how should it be unclogged. FYI: we moved into this house in 2007 and it was the first thing, well, no, third thing, I noticed about the house. First thing in that bathroom, though. So the problem must be an ongoing one. The house is almost 20 years old, and the toilet probably hasn't been replaced. The first thing I noticed was the odor which was rectified with a ventilation system in the crawl space. The second thing was the stupid kitchen layout, and the third was the toilet.
Sorry, didn't mean to "dump." This was one corporate move none of us really wanted...
So, let's say we install a new toilet, but we still have the same problem. What would be the next step?
Hey, when you move it's all about "Location! Location! Location!" I don't think the designer gave much thought about the location of the movements!
We've been in 5 states in 5 different houses. The husband knows what I like, the realtor knows where the houses sale/resale the best. The husband was searching for year in the school disctrict we wanted and decided this was the best place. Although I saw pictures on-line, I didn't visit the house until we moved. Thus the deceptive shot of the kitchen ("Working triangle?" How about a working trapezoid?) and no shot of the pee(p)show bathroom!
I'll run the "purchase" past my husband, but we'll probably live with it a little longer since none of the 5 previous owners replaced the roof, either...
Can I get a printout of this chat?
You can get an excellent flushing toilet for about 130. Wellworth Kohler model.
Yes I thinkyou can once the chat has ended. And you can always come back to this thread also.
Okay, Jerry. Thanks.