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Terrible Materials Disintegrate in Water
on October 6, 2013
Kohler, You should be ashamed. Why do you put out such terrible materials ? You know what is in the water- is this your best design? This thing could all be Delrin acetal with a small replacement seal face. This is typical planned junk to fail. I stuck a new flapper in 6 months ago and it is dissolving already. There are pieces floating around in the tank already. No bleach, no cleaners in the tank- no excuses for you. And then, you will wonder when we all go buy Japanese toilets. Here we come Toto. Your products suck and you know it. All the other plastic parts last for years and years, but the parts that will cost you hundreds of dollars- in water fines- are made out of inferior materials. Great engineering Kohler and what a way to waste our precious water supplies with an inferior product design.