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Toilet Gasket Flexible Waxless Seal - Universal Fit

$11.95 /each
  • 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

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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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is this a reusale gasket?

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November 11, 2014
if for some reason you need to remove the toilet can you reuse the gasket?
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September 15, 2015
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yes
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April 28, 2015
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The instructions say you can but I have not tried it
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April 27, 2015
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Yes it can be reused. that is the main advantage over this gasket versus a traditional wax gasket.
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Williamstown, NJ
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April 14, 2015
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Not sure why you would want to reuse this product, but I have in fact done this and this seal is very capable of being reused. A wax seal is not normally capable of reuse and should be discarded.The real beauty of this seal is that there is no messy wax to remove from mating surfaces at the drain area of the toilet or toilet flange. You can pull and replace your toilet whenever and save the honey bees a Read More
Not sure why you would want to reuse this product, but I have in fact done this and this seal is very capable of being reused. A wax seal is not normally capable of reuse and should be discarded.The real beauty of this seal is that there is no messy wax to remove from mating surfaces at the drain area of the toilet or toilet flange. You can pull and replace your toilet whenever and save the honey bees a lot of trouble! Read Less
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March 26, 2015
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It is repositionable. I would think that if you are replacing a toilet after years of service, you should not reuse the gasket. However if it's been a short while, then the foam might have enough 'bounce-back' to be used again.
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Arlington, VA
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March 17, 2015
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100% yes - I've done it (with multiple new toilets due to manuf problems)
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Plainwell Michigan
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February 15, 2015
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I had to remove my stool 2 times during the installation, and it sealed fine, now I don't know if you can reuse it 3 years later, the product is still fairly new to the public.
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Logan, Utah 84321
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February 11, 2015
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Yes we are remodeling the bathroom and have reused and taken the toilet off 3 times.
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grand Rapids Michigan
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January 29, 2015
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Yes, it will return to its original shape and can be reused multiple times. It also allows for multiple adjustments when setting the toilet without fear of compromiseing the seal
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West Covina
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December 27, 2014
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From what I see it is, you should check with Sani Seal
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Pinole, CA
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November 12, 2014
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Yes. It is listed as such by the manufacturer, and I have done it myself, but only several days after initial installation.
For me this gasket eliminates the need to perfectly place the toilet the first time; if you put it down off center, you can lift it and center it. It means I don't need a helper to install a toilet.
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CAN THIS BE USED ON THE AMERICAN STANDARD YORKVILLE FLOOR MOUNTED REAR FLUSH TIOLET.?

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Stratford, CT, USA
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November 22, 2015
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It would work great for that application, as it is designed for all toilet designs.
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November 10, 2015
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I have installed this product on exactly the toilet you mention. It replaced a wax ring which had started seeping. So far it is working as it should and I am hoping for the best
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Littleton, MA
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November 10, 2015
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Yes, you can use this gasket with a floor mounted rear outlet toilet.
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Darien, IL
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July 31, 2015
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As another answer says, the instructions say to use neoprene or felt ring. Since if it goes wrong you've got sewage going down (or, even worse, inside) your wall, I'd be pretty conservative about it - check with American Standard before using anything except exactly what they specify.
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Williamstown, NJ
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April 14, 2015
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This is a seal that should work on any toilet very well. I would not hesitate to use this for your application at all
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Plainwell Michigan
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February 15, 2015
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If it's a standard rough in at 12" it should be fine, you can stack these seals 2 high as well, hope this helps.
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Logan, Utah 84321
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February 11, 2015
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yes
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December 27, 2014
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From what I see this gasket is a universal fit, most toilets have the same size outlet.
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October 28, 2014
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If a standard wax ring is normally used for this toilet, then the Toilet Gasket Flexible Waxless Seal - Universal Fit will work better. I am not familiar with the "rear-flush" feature, but am confident that this seal is better, by far, than the standard wax ring.
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October 28, 2014
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American Standard recommends NEOPRENE OR GRAPHITE FELT SEAL for the Yorkville. You may want to write Saniseal to see what this product is made from.
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What about long term reliability?

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Western Oregon
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September 27, 2015
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.
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July 22, 2016
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I used one for 6 mos. to 1 year and you can see below what condition it was in when I decided to change the toilet. Possibly the result of cleaning chemicals
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Look at it this way, if you install it properly and not take stupid short cuts, the product will last. I installed it 2 months ago and no leaks over new tile installation. I hate wax rings, so for me this was a no brainer. I will give it another 2 months of use, and if it doesn't fail, I will replace all the toilets flange rings in our home. It was a no mess installation other than cleaning the old wax.
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April 23, 2016
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Seems like most people do OK but I've also seen mine start to de-laminate after only 6 months. I'm skeptical until I know why this would happen and how to prevent it 100% of the time. It's clear it's not bulletproof.
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February 25, 2016
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I believe these will last longer then the traditional wax rings. The seal is tight and will not leak.
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February 23, 2016
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I've installed about a dozen toilets using these rather than the wax rings and have had not problems. The first toilet that I used it on was over two years ago and was taken up several times as the subfloor was replaced and then tiled. No issues.
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O'Fallon, MO
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November 11, 2015
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I'm not sure about long term. I had to pull a toilet (issues with the toilet, not the ring) after about 1 year. When I pulled the toilet off, the ring came back to look exactly like the day I installed it.
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I installed a Sani-Seal toilet gasket to a toilet in my home that receives heavy use about a year ago, and have had no issues, with it leaking. A few months after installation of the gasket, I removed the toilet to install new flooring and the gasket looked as good as the day I installed it, so I reused it. I installed a new toilet in my upstairs bathroom, and replaced the old wax ring with a new Read More
I installed a Sani-Seal toilet gasket to a toilet in my home that receives heavy use about a year ago, and have had no issues, with it leaking. A few months after installation of the gasket, I removed the toilet to install new flooring and the gasket looked as good as the day I installed it, so I reused it. I installed a new toilet in my upstairs bathroom, and replaced the old wax ring with a new Sani-Seal gasket. So far so good. No leaks. Read Less
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November 10, 2015
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I've had one installed for over 2 years. No leaks whatsoever.
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October 2, 2015
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I've used this product on 2 installs about 3 years ago. No issues.
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Can I use this gasket to allow my underfloor wire heating system to be installed closer to my toilet base?

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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.
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FLORENCE, AL
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you must follow the instructions of the underfloor wire.
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Guilford CT
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I'm planning to install radiant floor heating in the bathroom, and I am using this gasket for the reason that it is reusable.
To answer your question, the gasket is made of neoprene-like, highly compressible material, with closed (i.e., non porous) surface. I left mine out in the garage before installation; its compressibility seemed to be similar in the garage (40s F) as when it is in the room
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I'm planning to install radiant floor heating in the bathroom, and I am using this gasket for the reason that it is reusable.
To answer your question, the gasket is made of neoprene-like, highly compressible material, with closed (i.e., non porous) surface. I left mine out in the garage before installation; its compressibility seemed to be similar in the garage (40s F) as when it is in the room temperature (high 60s F). I have not tested it by putting a heat source to it, like radiant flooring. But I would venture to say that it should perform as the same with flooring heating nearby. It should have a better stability than wax with flooring heating nearby.
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In terms of closer placement of the underfloor wire heating, it's no different than if you were using a wax ring.
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September 15, 2015
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If you go to saniseal.com, that's the manufacturer's website, you can probably get your answer. Also YouTube has several videos about installing this waxless seal in different scenarios that may address you exact conditions.
But it is not constructed out of wax, it is a soft plastic thing something like a pet's toy. As long the heater elements are not touching the waxless seal, I don't believe it would Read More
If you go to saniseal.com, that's the manufacturer's website, you can probably get your answer. Also YouTube has several videos about installing this waxless seal in different scenarios that may address you exact conditions.
But it is not constructed out of wax, it is a soft plastic thing something like a pet's toy. As long the heater elements are not touching the waxless seal, I don't believe it would melt or shrink. That's my speculation. And if it does, it's easy enough to tear out the toilet and use a different style. Read Less
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You can use this seal anyware you can use a wax seal
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Virginia
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I can't really say. Our in floor heating was part of the remodel along with the product. I would ask HD this question.
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No problem with this product as I would expect with a wax seal. Good question coldfeet. This seal is made of silicon rubber that is extremely heat resistant.
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March 26, 2015
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It is made of foam so it should stand up to heat much, much better than any type of wax ring.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 209 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. August 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by "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. July 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than traditional wax ring Very easy to install. It is basically a foam/rubber ring that can be a better choice than a traditional wax ring. The installation was a breeze, it comes with all the nut and bolt. The hardest thing was cleaning up the old wax that was in my toilet. Make sure you check the thickness of the actual ring first before buying, it seems like it would not fit older toilet/plumbing. August 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great alternative to wax I just used one of these to install a new toilet in a home dating to the '70s. This seal was very easy to install and align and very forgiving of placement. Although more expensive than a traditional wax ring, I think it's completely worth it and will use this type of seal the next time I need to work on a toilet. For future contractors/plumbers/homeowners, think of how much easier cleanup will be if this ever requires replacement. The worst part of toilet work is getting rid of the old gross wax seal - this prevents that completely. July 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Unbelievable how great they work I have always used the traditional wax rings but never again . No mess at all and use them just like any other only better the ring is soft and seals around the pipe and the base of the stool. You can avoid using any caulk around the bottom of the stool as these will not leak . No more dirty caulk no more removing the dirty caulk and re-caulking Love the green Ring February 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Toilet would not sit flush Our house is 8 yrs old, plumbing flange is flush with tile, waxless seal would not compress allowing toilet to sit flush on tile adding frustrations to the job, the seal did not come with bolts pictured. I bought two seals and both missing hardware. 45 minutes later after returning to Homedepot with a traditional wax ring, job completed. Our second bathroom toilet I used wax seal. Job completed in 5 minutes. June 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Will cause damage After reading many positive reviews and recommendations I wanted to believe that this was an improvement over the old wax style ring. If you live in an older home this will not work. It is too thick and if you attempt to tighten the toilet bolts it will strip the threads or in some cases destroy the city flange and floor. If it does not compress down with just your body weight DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TIGHTEN THE TOILET BOLTS IT WILL CAUSE DAMAGE. June 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Invention Since the Toilet Itself I was in a Home Depot several months ago looking for a wax ring to replace a toilet. The helpful plumbing associate showed me the Sani Seal Flexible Wax-Less Toilet Gasket, and explained how easy it makes installing a new toilet. I decided to try it out, and sure glad I did. It makes installing a toilet much easier and no more problems dealing with messy or cold wax rings. I have now installed four more toilets and will use nothing other than the Sani Seal Flexible Wax-Less Toilet Gasket. To use the Sani Seal Flexible Toilet Gasket, simply install it over the flange and through the two bolts, then align the toilet over the flange and tighten the bolts. A single flexible gasket will work on flanges no more than 3/8 inches below the floor level. For flanges greater than 3/8 inches below the floor level, two flexible gaskets stacked together are required. If you are a plumber or anyone replacing a toilet, do yourself a favor and get the Sani Seal Flexible Wax-Less Toilet Gasket. Highly Recommended!! December 2, 2015
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