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Old 04-12-2016, 10:30 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by gecko View Post
Want to thank all the contributors to the thread fir fiving us the cinfudence to try a suggestion by a friend of mine. He regularly applies Vaseline directly to the top and bottom of the seal. We did this and it immediately solved our seak problem! The seal now seats exactly in the same place all the time--no bunching to one side or another.
Just be sure to label that Jar of Vaseline as for the toilet seal only, and don't put it back in the medicine cabinet.

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