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Old 03-15-2011, 10:53 PM   #1
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I'm looking at two different toilets and wondering which one you think would flush the best and clog the least

Toilet with Flushmate

Commercial toilet

Thanks in advance for the help!!

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I'm confused by the choices. The toilets have totally different water supply demands. you're not planning these for your house are you?
IMO, avoid the Glacier Bay. But I'm not a fan of American Standard either

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It's for my buddy's bar, they have a standard residential toilet in there now that gets clogged quite a bit so he wanted something that wouldn't have as many problems

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i agree with eplumber, you can clog a glacier bay just by looking at it. if cost isn't an issue, go with the flushometer. make sure there is an adequate water supply though. most require a 1" supply
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