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Old 05-20-2006, 06:37 PM  
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Default Corrosion in Toliet

I have two very old toliets, probably 40 years old.

Everyday turn black with I assume waste. First a ring forms then spotting. This is everyday and only my wife and I live here.

As toliets get older do they lose the coating and allow stuff to stick easier?

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Old 05-20-2006, 10:23 PM  
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Drain it, clean it, wax it.

Seriously, a marine grade wax should last a while and seal out the dirty rings. That's what boat wax is supposed to do on a boat's hull. I'd try it. It's a far cheaper fix than replacing the toilets.
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Default Hmmmm.....

Just be careful not to slide off....
Nice try Square Eye.....wax.....

You could also try they do the tubs.
Just do it outside.Let the neighbors the paper.....
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