Are you confused about which button is which for your Glacier Bay dual flush toilet? You're not the only one! Let me help you. I had the same problem and I finally figured out what the buttons are for. Read on to find...
More and more folks are changing to the newer, more environmentally-friendly low-flow toilets. You can save a bunch by doing it yourself. Take the intimidation factor out by using this elaborately detailed...
Yes, the toilet lid must be put down after use. It's not yet a silly law but it makes so much sense. For example, when you flush, a bacteria-filled mist is created.
It’s a fact: Toilets waste water. In most homes, toilets account for almost 40% of the household’s total water usage. Because of this, the ‘loo’ has become one of the most vital fixtures found in...
An explanation of toilet parts and how they function. Diagram included.
Glacier Bay dual flush toilet review: I recently installed a Glacier Bay dual-flush toilet as part of a bathroom renovation. I am so happy with the savings in both cost and in water, which is a quickly dwindling...
A flush valve, also known as the fill valve, is the most likely to become problematic in your toilet tank setup. If you hear your toilet running constantly, then you may be losing water through a leaking flush valve ...
Lists and provides information about different types of toilets you can buy, including close coupled toilets, back to wall toilets, wall mounted toilets and more.
It is time to learn all about our friend, the toilet. Check out these step-by-step instructions on how to flush the toilet.
Ever have to replace a broken toilet handle? I have! I have pictures to prove it, and with these instructions I'm going to show you how to do it yourself in about 5 minutes. All you need is a wrench and a new toilet...
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