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DANCO

Model # 10718X

Internet # 204817386

Perfect Seal Toilet Wax Ring

$8.73 /each
  • 3 times stronger than a wax ring
  • Works with any drain size
  • Repositionable with no mess

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Product Overview

Perfect Seal is an innovative new product that takes the guesswork out of toilet installation. Perfect Seal is truly universal and it will work with any toilet installation. It fits any drain size and flange depth. Whether your flange is above the floor or below the floor due to re-tiling, the Perfect Seal guarantees a perfect seal the first time, every time. The patented seal design combines specially designed rubber gaskets with encapsulated wax to form a seal that is three times stronger than a wax ring without the mess. Depending upon the height of the floor flange and the toilet horn, there may be instances when the toilet may not sit flush to the floor. In these situations, the black plastic ring that is inside the gray rubber casing of the Perfect Seal can be removed. The removal of this hard plastic ring will allow the Perfect Seal to be fully compressed and the toilet should then sit flush with the floor.

  • Perfect seal guarantees a perfect seal on the first toilet installation
  • Unlike wax rings, Perfect Seal allows the toilet to be repositioned as needed
  • Maintains a tight seal when common toilet and floor movement occurs
  • Accommodates flange heights from 1/2 in. above the floor to 1-1/2 in. below the floor
  • When the toilet does not sit flush to the floor, the black plastic ring inside the gray rubber casing can be removed allowing the Perfect Seal to be fully compressed.
  • Stabilizes toilet bolts

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
6.15 
Product Height (in.) 
6.18 
Product Width (in.) 
2.41 

Details

Double Thick Seal 
Yes 
Extender Horn Included 
No 
Flange Included 
Yes 
Material 
Rubber 
Plumbing Part Type 
Toilet Wax Ring 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
10 Year Warranty 

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will this make my toilet too high?

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Medford, NJ
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March 16, 2015
I read another review and was wondering if this will make my toilet sit too high. My flange is above the floor.
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Falls Church, VA
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No, the material compresses down when you set the toilet on top of it.
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No. The blue ring you see in the picture is actually an extension. If your flange is below the level of your floor, you will probably need the blue ring. If your flange is at or above floor level, you will want to remove the blue ring. This ring should fit any application. For our floor, we had just had tile installed over an older floor so once the tile was laid, the toilet flange was sitting below the Read More
No. The blue ring you see in the picture is actually an extension. If your flange is below the level of your floor, you will probably need the blue ring. If your flange is at or above floor level, you will want to remove the blue ring. This ring should fit any application. For our floor, we had just had tile installed over an older floor so once the tile was laid, the toilet flange was sitting below the new level of the floor. I first tried the ring without the blue extension on it and the ring didn't sit high enough to seal with the bottom of the toilet. I put the blue extension on the ring and then it sealed perfectly.
For your application, you probably will need to remove the blue extension and then your toilet should seal and sit on the floor perfectly. Read Less
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June 1, 2015
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No. The rubber part above the wax works like an accordion and compress the wax below to seal at the flange. No mess either. The blue adapter is for a flange set below the floor level.
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York PA
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May 26, 2015
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It comes with a high and a low option. My flange was recessed below tile level. I used the tall option and re tightened bolts after 24 hrs. Worked great.
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Menomonee Falls, WI
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May 12, 2015
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If your flange is above the floor, leave the blue ring off. That part is only needed if the flange is below the flooring. You still get the benefit of an easier, less messy installation plus the ability to adjust the bowl after installation.
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Indianapolis, IN
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April 29, 2015
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No, the robber can collapse all the way down to what a normal wax seal would. This just fixes any variation. It also allows removal and replacement of the toilet without messing with the wax replacement.
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Oklahoma
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April 28, 2015
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This product will not make your toilet any higher than other rings. The rubber portion of the ring sits into the 4" drain with a perfect fit.
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Bonita Springs, FL, USA
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April 14, 2015
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If your flange is less than 1/2" above the floor and you do not use the rubber extension you should be OK.
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Atascadero, CA, USA
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March 30, 2015
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The item had two heights. One for standard, at or just above floor height and an additional spacer for flanges below floor height. Just remove the blue adapter on the top and you are good to go. My flange was just above floor height, about 1/8", and it worked perfectly.
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Reston VA
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March 24, 2015
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No. It compresses well.
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Seattle
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March 17, 2015
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daash220, I've installed 3 or 4 of these so far in applications where the flange were both below & above the finished floor height. The materials are flexible & compress easily. So I don't think you have to worry about it. Not seeing the application I'd only question whether the toilet sits flush to the floor without a wax ring (dry fit). If there's a minimal gap I'd think you should be ok.
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wax in the drain pipe?

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love the design. I question wax going IN the drain pipe is a good idea? I worry it will create clogs (wax is a sticky mess, probably don't want it inside the drain?)
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Indianapolis, IN
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All toilets are mounted with wax. This is sticky enough that it doesn't flow into the pipe. If you have so much wax that it is going into the pipe, then you need to scrape some off. The wax typically resides around the pipe in the flange area. A little wax that works off the drain is better than sewage on your floor.
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April 28, 2015
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No, only the rubberized portion of the ring enters the drain. THe wax ring sits as does all other rings.
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All toilet flange seals have wax. It is a pliable but firm wax. over time the cast iron flanges will corrode giving a rough surface to seal. The wax will conform to the irregular surface to keep sewer gasses out of your home. There is just enough wax to seal, you shouldn't have a problem with wax clogging you pipe it you clean up the old seal properly and install the new one following manufacturers Read More
All toilet flange seals have wax. It is a pliable but firm wax. over time the cast iron flanges will corrode giving a rough surface to seal. The wax will conform to the irregular surface to keep sewer gasses out of your home. There is just enough wax to seal, you shouldn't have a problem with wax clogging you pipe it you clean up the old seal properly and install the new one following manufacturers directions. Read Less
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March 24, 2015
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the wax here is for the seal to the floor toilet flange. it wont be going down the drain. and there is less wax on it then on a standard wax ring.
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East Boston, Massachusettts
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The wax seals the gap between the toilet and the drain pipe. It should stick together and not fall into your drain pipe. Wax falling into the drain would cause no harm, but that may mean you screwed up the installation and you are allowing harmful gases to escape into the home. They could just smell up the house or the methane could explode proving Darwin correct again.
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East Hanover, NJ, USA
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January 22, 2015
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If your getting wax in the drain pipe your setup is wrong.
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don't worry about it. it looks contained in the rim, meanwhile if you use a wax ring or two, then you have no control of where the wax goes. This contraption at least channels the wax somewhat.
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September 23, 2014
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Conventional seals are all wax. I have never had a problem with a wax blockage. The was is really sticky like you said but because of that It tends to stay together. When replacing a toilet seal I try not let any pieces of wax fall into the drain pipe because I think that that could cause a problem if a large piece of wax fell into the pipe.
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Gurnee, IL
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This was also one of my concerns. The wax is trapped between the rubber gasket and the pipe. . The wax is not dripping in to the drain.
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The Wax is not designed to go into the drain, but to Seal around the outside of the drain when the toilet is installed on top of the Perfect Seal. The wax being pushed down around the outside of the drain pipe will ensure a tight seal. You can also take your toilet off if needed and then re-position your toilet again without having to replace a wax ring as with the standard wax ring. The product is Read More
The Wax is not designed to go into the drain, but to Seal around the outside of the drain when the toilet is installed on top of the Perfect Seal. The wax being pushed down around the outside of the drain pipe will ensure a tight seal. You can also take your toilet off if needed and then re-position your toilet again without having to replace a wax ring as with the standard wax ring. The product is backed by a 10 year warranty and a money back guarantee. To help you understand the Perfect seal better, I am including the link to our video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4I9xVOF_sLw
If you have further questions please call Danco Customer Service at Phone: 800.523.5135
Email: support@danco.com
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I installed this and had to remove it. The theory behind it is great, but it did not prove to be a benefit in our situation. The wax did get into the pipe and cleaning up was a nightmare. We ended up installing your everyday normal mass market wax ring and have had no issues since. Hope this helps you - you are very intuitive!
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Will this work 3/4 below floor

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Upper Michigan
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I have to level the floor so my ring will be 1/2 to 3/4 below the finish tile surface.
Will this take up the gap with the blue spacer?
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Provo, UT
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March 1, 2016
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Yes, the blue ring adapter gives great extension the the donut. I had one floor that the thinset was so thick that with the hardy backer and tile, it was 7/8 of an inch, still sealed.
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Salem, OR, USA
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February 12, 2016
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Mine was over an inch below floor surface, no leaks yet. I waited an extra week to caulk around the base just to make sure. I think it will do the job.
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To add to my previous answer from the Danco site:
Perfect Seal accommodates flange heights from 1/2 in. above the floor to 1-1/2 in. below the floor
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A plumber installed mine so I do not know my dimensions, but this from the Danco site:
Perfect Seal™ is an innovative new product that takes the guesswork out of toilet installation. The universal design will work with any toilet installation. It fits any drain size and flange depth. Whether your flange is above the floor or below the floor due to re-tiling, the Perfect Seal™ guarantees a "perfect seal" Read More
A plumber installed mine so I do not know my dimensions, but this from the Danco site:
Perfect Seal™ is an innovative new product that takes the guesswork out of toilet installation. The universal design will work with any toilet installation. It fits any drain size and flange depth. Whether your flange is above the floor or below the floor due to re-tiling, the Perfect Seal™ guarantees a "perfect seal" the first time - every time. Read Less
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NO, this will cause your toilet to leak. You can get a flange spacer to bring the flange up to the tile height, then use an extra thick wax ring with the black flange in it.
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September 3, 2015
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, this will work on flanges as much as 1-1/2'' below floor level.
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Yes it will work just great.
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Will this work with pressure-assisted toilets?

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American Standard Cadet 1.6 GPF pressure-assisted with Flushmate
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June 9, 2016
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Thank you for your interest in Danco products. Yes, the Perfect Seal will work with pressure assist toilets. For installation help check out our website (www.danco.com) and under the Support tab there are videos about the Perfect Seal Toilet Wax Ring. Also under the Support tab you can enter in the model number (10718X) and find Installation Instructions.
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Thank you for your interest in Danco products. Yes, the Perfect Seal will work with pressure assist toilets. For installation help check out our website (www.danco.com) and under the Support tab there are videos about the Perfect Seal Toilet Wax Ring. Under the Support tab you can enter in the model number (10718X) and find Installation Instructions.
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Salem, OR, USA
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Good question. I would check the toilet manufacturers website and make sure. They probably have a section devoted to installation. If a wax ring will work this will work better. Good luck.
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I can't see why it wouldn't, but I have only used these on four different gravity flush toilets. The seal it creates is between the bottom of the toilet and the floor flange. When compressed after installation there can't be more than 3/4" - 1" exposed that the waste may come in contact with.
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North Carolina
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Yes. The purpose of this wax ring is to only provide a seal from the bottom of the toilet and the floor drain. It really doesn't matter what kind of toilet you have...
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Did not work for me. Our house has an older cast iron flange. Purchased this product hoping it is better that the old wax rings style. I read all the instructions and started to install. My flange top is about 3/8” off the floor and product states it will work up to ½” off of floor. As instructed took the blue extender off and installed. Sat the toilet down and the toilet was not flush with floor at all. Took the toilet back off and per instructions removed the inner hard black ring so it would sit flush. Installed toilet and it still would not sit flush. I ended up throwing it away and drove to get a wax ring. Wax ring install and toilet sits flush with floor. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product We used this product for replacing toilet more then 30 years old. Bolts were rusted and flange was broken, so first we had to remove and replace both, then we followed with Perfect seal, which turned out to work really to be perfect. This product comes with excellent installation instructions see pictures 2, 3 & 4 and we did not have any problem to use it. Perfect Seal is backed up by 10 years manufacturer warranty. April 20, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ordered but didn't need it This is a top quality seal but I didn't need for the installation of the toilet. The toilet came with a seal. June 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by not for below tile installation THis product no matter what it says can not be used for applications under tile. May 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by I'd Rather go Waxless Having Replaced the three toilets in my house recently, I opted to try this alongside two of the truly 'waxless' rings. In my opinion, the 'truly' waxless win out for ease of installation, flexibility, and ease of repositioning. I will say this product is leaps and bounds superior to the was ring alone, but I'm not sure why someone would opt for this one. May 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Better than a wax ring! Bought this to repair a leaky toylet. After removing the toylet I found out the metal flange was rusted away. And thats why it was leaking. Used this to repair/replace flange ring. Mossbay Specialties Model # 886-MRM 7 in. Galvanized Steel Toilet Flange Repair Kit. Then installed the perfect seal. This seal is way better than just a wax seal, much easer to install. April 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by toliet seal Because it sticks out a little farther than normal, I had to work the toliet back into place, but once there it sealed very nicely. April 12, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Danco Perfect Toilet Seal I installed the Perfect Seal without the blue adapter because my cast iron discharge flange sits higher than the ceramic flooring. This was suggested by the included instruction sheet. Once installed, I flushed the toilet and it leaked immediately. I pulled the toilet again and installed the blue adapter even though the instructions indicated otherwise. So far the toilet does not leak but my fingers are crossed as it has been only 3 hours since the install. I suspect it would have leaked on the 1st flush if it were going to, so I'm pretty confident it worked. It certainly is a much easier and less messy way vs. a wax seal only method. Cost is more than wax seals but not important to me as resealing is only done once in a while. Overall I'm satisfied. March 29, 2016
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