|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 8 x 9 inches|
|Item model number||BL01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Sani Seal Llc BL01 Waxless Toilet Gasket
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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.
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.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My plumber friend said to not waste my money but he is busy and I got tired of waiting. I used this product, installed it myself and its been FINE...the toilet leak is fixed!! Read morePublished 1 day ago by Peggy G.
Seems like a good product and good to use when there is a wide gap between the drain pipe flange and the bottom of the toilet, but in my situation it didn't work. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Gadgets2
Sounds like a good idea. Plumber wouldn't use it. If installing yourself, sounds like it would work well.Published 1 month ago by September Athens, GA
I needed two of them to do the job but the sewer smell I'd get when it rains is now gone!Published 1 month ago by Robert M.
Installed easy enough. Hardest part was removing the old wax ring and silicone.Published 2 months ago by Jason M. Hughes
I had a flange that was 3/4 inch below the tile. The directions with the Sani Seal stated that one would be appropriate for a difference of 3/8 inch. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
easy no mess install and so far (1 month later) no problems. Mush easier then a wax seal.Published 2 months ago by Christopher