That song is gonna be in my head for days...
Step 1: Shut off the water to the toilet and flush it until your tank is empty.
Step 2: Remove the tank lid and untwist the washer that holds the flusher to the tank. At least for our toilet, the washer didn't loosen "lefty loosey" like usual, but before I figured that out I called in the big guns for help. He couldn't get it either.
Step 3: Remove the tank stopper from the bottom of your tank. If you have recently purchased a dirty and neglected foreclosure, I recommend that you use gloves. Our plug was covered in a brown scum. Sick.
This is where Hubs got back at me with my own "straddling the toilet" photo. This is the only photo I have though of the packaging and the super easy to follow instructions with even-a-dummy-can-follow-them pictures.
Step 4: Place the base of the converter in your tank drain and tighten with the supplied zip tie.
Step 6: Place the button on the outside of the toilet, and click it into the control piece inside the tank. Seriously, it was as easy as it sounds.
|Pa-push it real good.|
The whole thing took 10 minutes tops, which is pretty great considering that we can save up to $90 a year. Not to mention the warm fuzzy of being green and saving water. Now only if I felt warm and fuzzy about the state of the rest of this bathroom. Have I mentioned that it's gross?
By the way, I was asked to participate in Home Depot's Live Green, Save Green program to share with you all how you can conserve at home and save money in the process. I was compensated for the products used, but my opinions of the products and the process are my own.