Originally Posted by Joey the lips
Your not in the industry so less water flowing to the cistern means less splashing ....
I dont endores this product.i agree its a waste of money TBH a 500ml coke bottle or 2 ltr if it can fit will do the same thing. Its simple. As there is already 2 litres in the cistern the cistern only fills with 4 ltrs instead of 6. if the adverage family toilet is actually flushed 5 times an hour for 6 hours a day. So you are saving 60 lts of water a day.
But in case i look padantic half day saving is 30 ltrs
quarter is 15 ltrs. My maths is rusty but 15 ltrs by 365 is about 5475 ltrs a year. If that is just a 500ml coke bottle that still equates to 1/4 which is 1368 ltrs a year or roughly 27 baths full
Think about it.
Point taken Joey on the link. Apologises. Meant as information but I guess since it was coming from me and I have an business interest it was inappropiate.
Your right Im not a qualified plumber but I would imagine that if less water is coming out from the cistern then there is a good chance that the spraying problem would reduce if not be completely eliminated.
Your also right some people use coke bottles to reduce the water flowing from cisterns, in fact some people insert bricks into their cistern would you believe! These are obivously not custom made for the purpose of reducing the water flow from your cistern.
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A coke bottle would be a more complex way of dealing with the issue in my opinion. If its floating around the cistern it could cause issues with the ballcock. Of course you could try to tie it somewhere. Alot of hassle though in my opinion.
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