Tuesday, February 22, 2011

#1 or #2?

I love those toilets that now have dual buttons...1 for a pee and 2 for anything else if you get my drift.


Whenever we are replacing toilets for clients I always recommend these and 95% of the time after my clients are educated on them, end up owning on AND usually come back for more.

But now I just discovered something that prevents you from tossing out your old toilets (3.5gpf and 1.6 gpf toilets), you can now convert them with the HydroRight by MJSI for less than $20 at big box retailers such as Home Depot.


It takes less than 10 minutes to install and requires no tools, sounds so easy I could even do it, probably not in 10 minutes but more like 20 minutes but even that is good. ;)



This has been the only dual flush converter to receive an IAPMO Green UPC certification.


They are really are things we can do to save water and this just seems like a no brainer...Are you ready for the switch, share your thoughts here, would love to hear them as always.

10 comments:

Chris said...

Tanks for the greats info

Gracie said...

This is a must have an even better if I can DIY and not call in the boyfriend.

tampadxdiva said...

I had no idea there was such a thing available for converting old style toilets. What a great tip. thank you!

Barbara said...

1 or 2? Yes! I vote yes. Every flush adds up especially with peeps or big families who are not so full of **#& - may as well use less water to flush for those little visits. And the do it ourself directions are great.

heather_artiste said...

2 buttons? Who knew! I am adding this to my dream house wishlist LOL

Joanne said...

That's cool! Didn't know they had that. Stopping by from SITS. Hope you are enjoying your day!

maggie said...

Such a great product to know about! Thanks for filling us in!

Venus said...

Yay! This is awesome. We're redoing our bathroom soon and are not replacing the toilet for cost reasons (you save where you can, you know how it is). I'd love to convert ours to the two button system. :-) Thanks for posting this!

Jill from PJgamers said...

I've never heard of this - do the little ones do OK with it?

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