Toilet Bowl To Flange Gaskets
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WAX FREE Toilet Seal - The quick, clean and easy way to install a toilet
These state of the art wax free seals are made from PVC and will not break down. They are designed to be a permanent part of the plumbing system upon installation. These Wax free seals provide a water and airtight connection between the water closet and sanitary drainage system for the perfect seal EVERY time.
The innovative long neck will provide a secure connection regardless of the flange height. Need to remove your toilet? No problem! The Toilet can be removed and reinstalled with the same wax free toilet seal still attached.
- Install your toilet without the need for flange risers or stacked wax rings
- A strong, flexible adhesive creates a positive seal to the bottom of the toilet
- flexible ribs form a tight, positive seal to the inside of the drainpipe
- Size dimensions accommodates floors raised above the toilet flange by up to 3/4"
- Toilet can be removed and reinstalled with the same wax free toilet seal still attached
- Ideal for in-floor radiant heat systems since it will not melt like wax rings are prone to do
- Made of flexible PVC that will move with a wobbly toilet
- The seal will center itself and the toilet to the drain
- Will not melt or freeze in the work truck
- Impervious to mold and mildew
- View wax free toilet seal diagram
If you have an existing toilet that already has wax seals installed, then check out our helpful guide to removing wax seals and cleaning off your toilet horn before you install your new wax free toilet seal
Simple 1, 2, 3 Wax Free Toilet Seal Installation
Please note: In applications that utilize a knock-out flange, or flanges with pipe stops, this wax free toilet seal must be used for a proper seal.
BETTER THAN WAX Toilet Seal - No leaks, Worry-free
The Superior Solution to an Old Problem
- No more messy wax seals to deal with - no more wax on hands, floor, or toilet
- The innovative wax-free toilet seal fits any flange, any toilet
- Can easily be repositioned during the installation process - try that with a wax seal!
- The rubber/foam flexibility allows it to be installed on uneven floors or over tile floors with recessed flanges
- Excessive plunging will not cause leaks like you can find with older wax seals
- No minimum temperature required for installation purposes
- Includes wax free seal, slip-on spacer, no-rust brass bolts and mounting hardware
Follow the Simple 3 Step Installation Process
Determine Flange Height.
Better Than Wax Toilet Seal = $8.02
NO-WAX Flexible Toilet Gasket Seal
Proudly made in the USA
No-Wax® Flexible Toilet Seal for 3" and 4" = $3.35
You may need to replace your toilet bolts
when replacing your wax ring!
for wall-hung toilets or floor mount rear outlet toilets, with 2 holes (for bolts)
Proudly made in the USA
Sponge Gaskets/Rings - for wall hung toilets
Proudly made in the USA
5-3/8"od x 3-3/8"id x 9/16" thick
Sponge Gaskets/Rings - for wall hung urinals
Proudly made in the USA
Urinal Sponge Gasket - 4-3/8"od x 2-7/8"id x 1/2" thick = $4.54
Toilet Bowl Bolt Sets (aka Water Closet Bolts)
use these bolts for mounting your toilet to the floor
Order 10, 50, 100 or more of the same bolt set for additional savings!
Pricing discounts will appear in your shopping cart
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Frequently Asked Questions
Q. "Can't I just use a wax ring for my wall-hung toilet?"
A.Some people do. We absolutely do NOT recommend it because wax does not have "memory." Over time all walls will flex (somewhat) and when that happens, gravity will allow a space - which will allow leaks. We believe that wax gaskets are great for regular toilets but not for wall-hung toilets.
Q. "On my regular toilet I've replaced the 'bad' wax gaskets a few times and my toilet still leaks!!??"
A.Generally wax doesn't "go bad" on a standard floor-mounted toilet, as its function is not to prevent leaks. Wax on a floor-mounted toilet is there to prevent odors. If you are experiencing a leak coming from underneath the floor-mounted toilet, you probably have a partial (or full blown) toilet stoppage down the drain line (or the toilet is cracked in the bowl). Also, make sure the leak isn't coming from above and dribbling down the back of the toilet, as this is a "typical" undetected problem. If you aren't sure where the leak is coming from, try putting a few drops of food coloring in the tank and waiting a few hours.
Q. "What about felt gaskets with wax, for my wall hung toilet?"
A.It might be somewhat better than an all wax gasket, but since the felt does not take up all of the space, it also will leak once the wall has flexed/moved. Either the wall will flex, the closet (toilet) carrier will flex or the bolts will loosen somewhat. In all cases you need a quality gasket/sponge that bounces back and fills the void.
Q. "I've seen expensive, sliding type of flanges/gaskets that attach to the bottom of a toilet and then slide into the drain. What's your opinion of them?"
A.We don't wish to offer them (although we certainly would make more profit doing so) because: 1) They are much more complicated than a simple wax or sponge ring. 2) The toilet bowl must be totally, perfectly clean and spotless. That is never the case with a used toilet and even with a new toilet a lot of times it will have some grease or dirt on them. The toilet bowl must be cleaned very well. 3) The water closet flange, by design, tends to be more susceptible to damage during construction; the basic wax, wax with gasket, and sponge take up most problem flanges while many of the "new" type (read "expensive") toilet to flange connectors need to generally have a "perfect" flange and a "perfect" toilet bowl. 4) If a toilet flange is leaking the problem needs to be addressed. That problem is not the wax or sponge. We see it as a case of "if it ain't broke, don't fix it" and so, we prefer not to offer these "new" type of connectors. We strive for total customer satisfaction and our fear is that installing these new connectors will produce a lot of frustration.
Q. "What are the sponge gaskets/rings made out of?"
A.According to the manufacturer, the sponge gaskets/rings are made of a cellular rubber mixed with an acrylonitrile butadiene (NBR) compound. This composition makes these gaskets waterproof and resistant to most chemicals yet also allows the gaskets to have some flexibility without loosing their original shape.
Please note: While we strive to ensure every product we label as "Made in the USA" really is 100% made in the USA, it is also important to understand that sometimes manufacturers make changes to their products, or for various reasons may receive components or materials that they would normally purchase domestically from an overseas supplier - and they don't necessarily let distributors (like us!) know that they've changed something about the product or where it is manufactured.
If you receive a product that PlumbingSupply.com® says is "Made in the USA" and the product states it was manufactured elsewhere, please contact us. We will happily replace or refund your purchase to your satisfaction.
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