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11-19-13, 06:31 AM
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Posted By MB McProc

WOW! My husband is a diabetic! What an amazing...

WOW! My husband is a diabetic! What an amazing connection. It never would have occurred to me. But you know what it makes even more sense when I think about the toilet on the main level of our...
11-16-13, 05:57 AM
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Posted By MB McProc

The tanks on both of my toilets seem fine (I've...

The tanks on both of my toilets seem fine (I've even looked at the inside of the tanks at my sister's house just for comparison). I've never used CLR but I'm willing to try anything at this point. ...
03-20-13, 06:50 AM
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Posted By MB McProc

I agree, I was not totally satisfied with what...

I agree, I was not totally satisfied with what the water department said, but it does make as much sense as anything else I've heard. I've just never encountered an issue like this with any plumbing...
03-19-13, 06:58 PM
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Posted By MB McProc

Bleach vs. Vinegar - Vinegar wins in this instance

Well actually I've tried both bleach and vinegar - and of the two I found that the vinegar kept the problem away longer than the bleach. It's just a pita to have to do on a regular basis - as I...
03-19-13, 09:19 AM
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Views: 113,386
Posted By MB McProc

UPDATE I spoke to a representative from our...

UPDATE

I spoke to a representative from our municipal water department - she told me that it is most likely due to the design of the toilet - apparently there is an area inside the structure of...
11-05-12, 01:10 PM
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Posted By MB McProc

@guhnguy45 - I didn't think it was chlorine -...

@guhnguy45 - I didn't think it was chlorine - certainly doesn't smell like chlorine, but I'll check what the contents are before I use it.
11-05-12, 01:00 PM
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Views: 113,386
Posted By MB McProc

Chlorine is what I tried first - over a year ago....

Chlorine is what I tried first - over a year ago. As I said the toilets are ~4ys. old and no, they are not the same make or model.

I forgot to mention that I have replaced the guts on both...
11-05-12, 12:47 PM
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Posted By MB McProc

If I can stand to do so (and not expecting...

If I can stand to do so (and not expecting company) I will let it go for a week or more - and take a picture and post it.
11-05-12, 12:39 PM
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Posted By MB McProc

It's definately mold because it coats the bowl -...

It's definately mold because it coats the bowl - again only below the water line and under the rim where the water comes into the bowl from the tank - and when I clean it it breaks up like fibers -...
11-05-12, 12:28 PM
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Views: 113,386
Posted By MB McProc

We are on city water and city sewers - It does...

We are on city water and city sewers - It does grow all the time and as I stated in my original post - seemed to grow faster when the toilet wasn't used for 5 days. I do not like to use the...
11-05-12, 11:54 AM
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Posted By MB McProc

Mildew growing below waterline in toilet & in toilet tank.

I have 2 toilets - both of which are less than 4 yrs. old. I have a mildew/mold growing on the walls of the toilet bowl and under the rim where the water holes are as well as in the water tank...
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