Originally Posted by McSteve
My grandma's cabin has ice-cold well water, which makes the toilet sweat profusely. The solution was indeed to feed the toilet with warm water via some kind of mixing valve. It is a little strange to have a toilet full of hot water, but it works.
Thanks for this one. We have great well water too, but the new cheapie toilet she bought for the half bath sweats like a pig with the condensation. Our older toilet is a FlushMate® and is HIGHLY recommended by THIS guy!
IF it condenses, it does it inside the tank, and drips the water down and does not cool the outer tank. I pulled it recently to move it and dumped maybe a cup of water from the tank. The only problem I ever had was with a duckbill bladder valve that they since quit using. They sent me (free) a new insert for the top as well as the new bladder, basically giving me a new toilet again. It flushes like a jet plane and never clogs, so it's been a blessing for us! No, I do not own the company nor have any ties, I just love my toilet! Same as I recommend Johnson Pocket Door hardware! Quality WAY beyond the made in (you know where) units they try to sell you....what kinda crap is that anyways? The wife bought one accidentally, and I compared the two...wow. The crap one was returned, of course.
When it's done right, it's done right....you know? Po)