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Protect Your Toilet From Leaks With A Wax Seal

Every toilet has a wax seal designed to prevent it from leaking. If that seal breaks, then your toilet will begin to leak, which is something that no one wants.

Check Your Toilet Bowl

On the floor under your toilet, the toilet bowl bolts to a toilet flange. A ring of wax seals the connection between flange and bowl, ensuring that it's water-tight and secure. If the wax ring begins to weaken, water will start to leak out around the base of your toilet each time you flush.

How to check if your toilet bowl wax seal is leaking

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Is the wax seal causing your toilet to leak? If so, keep reading. If not, click here to see what else may be causing the issue.

What To Do If Your Toilet Bowl Wax Seal Is Leaking?

If your toilet bowl wax seal is leaking, you've got a repair job on your hands that will require the expertise of a plumber. Until a technician comes to repair the wax seal, you'll want to avoid using that toilet.

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