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Toilet Gasket Flexible Waxless Seal - Universal Fit

  • Recommended by consumers for reliability and ease of installation
  • Gasket provides a positive seal and no more leaks
  • Easier than the old fashioned wax ring and does not deteriorate
$11.95 /each

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Product Overview

Sani Seal Toilet Gasket is a revolutionary development in Toilet Bowl-to-Flange sealing that is flexible, wax-less and repositionable. The unique design holds the bolts upright and the gasket in place. The Sani Seal makes installing your toilet extremely quick and easy.

  • Innovative patented design: Durable materials maintain shape and move with toilet
  • Universal fit: Fits all flanges from cast iron to inside 3 in. and all standard toilets
  • Easy to stack: Shape and extension on bottom make stacking for deeper flanges fast and easy
  • Only one seal needed for flanges 1/4 in. above and up to 1/4 in. below
  • Multiple attempts at setting toilet
  • Guaranteed to last
  • Made in USA with some imported materials
  • No more guess work

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Customer Questions & Answers

What about long term reliability?

After reading several reviews I see the high grades seem to be based on ease of installation. I have not yet come across a review that convinces me that the product is still protecting against leaks 12 to 24 months after installation.
Asked by: NoPlumber
I have had mine installed in a renovated bathroom that sees regular use with a Toto Drake for nearly two years, and I have had no leaks.
Answered by: Nate
Date published: 2017-01-24

is this a reusale gasket?

if for some reason you need to remove the toilet can you reuse the gasket?
Asked by: Rick
Answered by: Thoughtfulconsumer
Date published: 2015-09-20


Asked by: MIKE
It would work great for that application, as it is designed for all toilet designs.
Answered by: GetERDone
Date published: 2016-02-10

Can I use this gasket to allow my underfloor wire heating system to be installed closer to my toilet base?

I hope that it is not as easily affected by the temperature of a warm floor system under a tile floor as a wax seal.
Asked by: coldfeet
On Sani Seals website, they say these can be used for floors that have heating coils in them.
Answered by: Nanskates
Date published: 2016-10-19
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Customer Reviews

Toilet Gasket Flexible Waxless Seal - Universal Fit is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 222.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is a great idea. Reusable, compressible, and easy to install......however IT DOES NOT WORK. ... This is a great idea. Reusable, compressible, and easy to install......however IT DOES NOT WORK. I removed a toilet to remove a tile floor in preparation to install a wood floor. Knowing that I would have to remove this toilet in a month this seemed ideal. In the very short period of time this was installed it delaminated and failed. The interior of this seal is essentially a kitchen sponge. It became completely saturated with fluid. To all of the reviewers who are positive on the qualities of this product I am with you except...have you looked at this after being in service? Just because it is easy to install does not mean that it will actually work. I contacted customer service and was told they are aware of this problem and wanted me to ship them this seal and send a replacement. Have not heard back from them so I assume they were not really interested. Anyway who would want a replacement for a product you can't trust. Folks....stay away from this item. There are more reliable products.
Date published: 2016-10-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unfortunately It Didn't Work Well and Needs Improvement to Lamination I really wanted to like it but it just didn't work well. Installed it and noticed a smell and leaking from it right away. Then re-installed and checked it a few months later. There were the tell-tale stains. It also de-laminated in some minor spots but who knows how this would hurt it over time. I even inspected a brand new Sani-Seal and noticed that it was not 100% perfectly laminated from the factory. It had weak spots that you can see if you look at it closely. Does this hurt the seal? I don't know, but it doesn't give much confidence either. It's possible in my situation that it required doubling up the number of Sani-seals since my flange was below the floor. I'll never know because I used another wax-less seal made by Korky and that did the trick with no problems.
Date published: 2016-08-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from "Will not deteriorate" is a complete misstatement I used this for less than 1 year on a toilet which I recently decided to replace with a new low volume model. I was quite surprised to see what had happened to this in a short time. It is a good idea and is easy to use but the foam covering completely disintegrates and the foam inside becomes open to the hard water/toilet cleaning chemicals etc. I can only wonder what would have been left if the old toilet had not been replaced.
Date published: 2016-07-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from short life This is a great idea, but wrong materials. I had this installed on a new floor when in just two months time has degrated and will not seal on a new floor flange and new toilet. It almost seemed to permiate the actual seal and leak or weap from that. Not happy with this product when it was purchased to make life better not harder.
Date published: 2016-09-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So Far So Good Well I was a skeptic but I really like new technology and I absolutely hate wax rings. I installed it yesterday, tested the flush several times and no leaks. The flange was less than 3/8 inch below the new tile so I only needed one ring. I used the old flange bolts because they were in good shape and already lined up. If you do need to replace them, the kit comes with a new set. You can always check out YouTube for detailed installation videos. If you've done the standard installation, you'll find this much easier and convenient. If you have never installed a toilet, You'll find this easy and convenient.
Date published: 2016-04-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I will never buy a wax ring again After having problems setting two toilets, I decided to try the synthetic rings. I liked the feature of being able to reset the toilet if it didn't set the first time. With a wax ring you can't reset once it is deformed. Also, there will NO wax clean up if the ring ever needs to be replaced or the toilet needs to be changed. It cost 3-4 times more (about $3 versus $11) for the ring plus hardware. However, for me $11 is worth avoiding the mess and aggravation of a wax ring. I can understand how someone else will opt for the less expensive wax ring that works. However, once you try it, I believe you might agree this may be the future of toilet rings.
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing time saver. Removed the mess of the old wax gasket during an install, cleaned the bolts o... Amazing time saver. Removed the mess of the old wax gasket during an install, cleaned the bolts off and set this down over the bolts. Just amazing how easy it was to install the toilet. Had the toilet lined up and installed on the second try. A tip for getting the foam to compress down is to sit on the toilet and slowly hand tighten the nuts on the bolts, once you get them hand tight flip around facing the tank and use your wrench to turn each nut 1 full turn rotating from one side to the other.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 1960s 5 inch flange Had a 1960s house that had a very large diameter toilet flange around 5 inches at around finished floor height and standard modern rings were to small in diameter and would fall halfway in hole and or raise toilet height if not modified perfectly. Used this product 3rd time changed toilet seal and sealed it and mounted well. Can't speak on the longevity had move after 6 months. But was easy to install and it fit that specific toilet situation.
Date published: 2016-09-25
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