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Sani Seal Llc BL01 Waxless Toilet Gasket

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  • "SANI SEAL" WAXLESS TOILET GASKET
  • Flexible, waxless and repositionable
  • Unique design holds the bolts upright and the gasket in place
  • Innovative patented design
  • Universal fit
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Sani Seal Llc BL01 Waxless Toilet Gasket + Danco 80156 1/4-by-2-1/4-Inch Toilet Bolt Set + Fernco Inc. FTS-3 3-Inch Wax Free Toilet Seal
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Product Information

Size: 1
Technical Details
Part Number BL01
Item Weight6.4 ounces
Product Dimensions2 x 8 x 9 inches
Item model numberBL01
Size1
MaterialVarious Materials
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB005K89RQU
Best Sellers Rank #6,537 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableDecember 4, 2010
  
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Product Description

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"SANI SEAL" WAXLESS TOILET GASKET *Flexible, waxless and repositionable *Unique design holds the bolts upright and the gasket in place *Innovative patented design *Universal fit *Fits all flanges cast iron inside 3" and all standard toilets *Holds bolts upright *Shape and extension on bottom make stacking for flanges more than 3/8" below finished floor fast and easy *Flexible and durable materials maintain shape for trouble free install and reinstall *Works well on heated floors

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Customer Reviews

Super easy to install.
A. Peltier
I opted for Sani Seal over a wax ring and am glad I did.
Homburg Pokes
Thank you for making this product.
papad 37

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78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By Fritz W. on May 7, 2011
Size Name: 1 Verified Purchase
This waxless toilet gasket was extremely easy to install and appears to make a great seal. I really like that there's no mess. I installed one in a customer's home about 2 weeks ago and so far no call back. I purchased the Sani Seal specifically for this homeowner because of a water leak problem that keeps coming back despite 2 new wax seals, a new tile floor, and a new toilet. Compared to the other waxless gaskets available, this one is the simplest and easiest and does not use an adhesive. You can install it with an old toilet without having to super clean all the wax off. I'm definitely going to use more of these.

UPDATE: A follow up on my review of the sani seal. If the gap between the bottom of the toilet and the toilet drain flange on the floor is small, these seals are not a very good option. The foam rubber compresses only so far, and the toilet will end up resting on the seal, rather than around the edge of the toilet base, no matter how much you push down. Gaps that are too small happen when the plumbers are careless with the flange/drain installation and put the flange up on top of the finish floor, or don't put the bottom of the flange tight down to the sub-floor. In these cases, you need to redo the plumbing, or use a regular wax seal. Because of the design of the sani seal, it's easy enough to test fit the seal first and switch to a wax seal if you need to.
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45 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Skater Girl on October 25, 2011
Size Name: 1
This waxless gasket works extremely well--it was simple to install and addressed issues that two licensed plumbers and hundreds of dollars were unable to fix. We have an upstairs bathroom with large floor tiles. The tiles are not completely level, so the toilet can rock, the flange as it turns out is ever so slightly off level and it is at the level of the tile rather than on top of the tile. Whoever did this work just did it badly. The result was a toilet that continually leaked when flushed. Two separate plumbers came to address the flange issue, installed new flanges and both put different types of wax seals on--reinforced, extra thick, used two wax rings etc, etc etc. Each time they bolted the toilet down and the toilet was great until it was was sat upon a couple of times and the leaking began anew. Exasperated, I ordered this product, watched the YouTube installation videos by the company and decided to fix it myself. And, just like that, the toilet doesn't leak anymore. My only concern is longevity, so I'll update after the gasket has been installed for 8 months or so. That being said, wax seals haven't been particularly long lived for us.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Ryan Vallieu on February 2, 2012
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We recently renovated our upstairs water closet (half bath) with a new tile floor using Easy Mat and ceramic tile. The flange was just a little above the level of the tile so we didn't really need a non-wax seal, but personally I HATE WAX SEALS.

In the past I have used the Fernco stick on non-wax seal, but this Sani Seal is MUCH easier to use. For one thing you don't have to have a new toilet to use it! We found that we couldn't use the Fernco due to the flange in the bathroom being an old design of non-current size at 3.75 inch inside diameter. Everything out there is for 3", 3.5", and 4" flanges. I started researching waxless seals and saw the Fluidmaster (which doesn't look very convincing!) and then stumbled upon the Sani Seal.

The new toilet we installed is a space saver elongated bowl one from Home Depot with the usual 3" horn. I caulked the flange face as suggested in one of the Sani Seal videos I saw on Youtube and then put the toilet base on solo (without helping eyes to guide). The fact that it is on the flange and not the bottom of the toilet makes 1-person installation a breeze. It holds the bolts for you so all you have to do is line them up with the holes on the toilet base and set it down. With it being non-wax you can rotate to your hearts content to align the toilet with the wall.

I lifted the toilet base up on one side once it was down to make sure the horn was inside, just a curiosity check. The foam Sani Seal was compressed slightly and the toilet was just barely floating above the floor. Gently putting weight on the toilet compressed the seal and tightening down the mounting bolts finished the job.

Once the toilet was fully assembled it was cross my finger and test time.
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25 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Jack L. Langdon on April 4, 2012
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I have a very troublesome toilet on a tile floor. I replaced the wax ring 5 times while also trying to correct some slight rocking of the toilet on the tile floor. I used special wedges (sold for that purpose) applied epoxy dots to the toilet base to stop rocking, used standard and extra thick wax rings and NOTHING worked for more than a few months. Today I installed a Saniseal ring. I was very impressed with the simple design and the fool proof installation. I followed their you-tube suggestions and was liberal with silicone sealer. I am confident that this pliable gasket, under good compression, sealed with silicone on top and bottom, will work. My flange is the thickness of the tile below where the bowl sets and I still had plenty of compression with one ring. They say you can stack them if need be, so I bought two. You don't need two unless your flange is more than 3/8 inch below the floor. I'm 77 years old and never had to reset a toilet before. I have learned more than I ever wanted to know. Two important lessons.

Don't use a wax ring - buy a Saniseal.

Don't over tighten the hold down bolts; it's easy to crack the flange - but if you crack the flange don't dispare there are good metal repair plates that you can install and make it better than new.
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