The wall stencil in this bathroom can be found here: http://bit.ly/pretty-stencil (affiliate link). Our toilet was too small and short and I wanted to install a toilet that was higher and at a more comfortable height. Removing and installing a toilet is an easy DIY project that a homeowner can do in 1-2 hours (or less) by themselves, depending on the weight of the toilet. Watch this video and learn how to make your toilet installation go smoothly. A big thanks for American Standard for sponsoring the complimentary toilet for this tutorial!
****NOTE: In the video, I caulked the toilet. I have not caulked other toilets, but I decided to caulk this one per instructions in a Handyman article that suggested it. Many have noted NOT to caulk so that leaks can easily be detected. I would agree now, years later, that I would likely not caulk again. Skip the caulk. And there have been no leaks, by the way. 😉
//MATERIALS// (affiliate links included)
American Standard Toilet: https://thriftdiving.com/toilet
Bucket with a cup for removing excess water
Waxless toilet seal – https://homedepot.sjv.io/e5qmZ
Wax toilet seal (optional) – https://homedepot.sjv.io/qLAPq
Ratchet and socket wrench (optional)
Hack saw (optional, for removing rusted bolts or cutting down long bolts)
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