coating inside toilet bowl?


Old 05-23-03, 06:44 AM
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coating inside toilet bowl?

Don't think I could have continued my previous thread, because the topic is different.
I was wondering if there is something that can be used to coat the inside of the toilet bowl to prevent any waste from sticking to the sides, ever? In Canada they sell something callled Gel Gloss, but don't know if it is safe enough? Or is this just something that cannot be done after market?
I know Toto says not to use anything abrasive. I know some of their toilets have a Sanagloss finish, but they were too expensive to buy.
Or do I just have a brush handy when needed? Thanks, again.
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Old 05-26-03, 12:53 AM
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good question. I had ae idea going with SS toilet and having the bowl inside telfon coated by local sandblasting place. Sadly not developed yet, sure has potential!

We must hate cleaning toilets. try 2000 flushes blue stuff. -Josh
Old 05-27-03, 07:28 AM
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Yea use the blue stuff, and garantee you will have problems when the blue stuff starts to plug up the flush ring in the toilet.
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