How to Remove a Toilet

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kohler Co.. All opinions are 100% mine.

Today I am sharing a tutorial on how to remove a toilet, and that video tutorial can be found at the end of this post. But first, I want to share what we replaced our nasty old toilet with: the Corbelle ContinuousClean toilet from Kohler. Before I talk about why this toilet is so great in its functionality, I want to mention how pretty it is (and you know aesthetics are important to me in any space).  I love its classic lines and even the flush lever has great design – it is timeless and won’t look dated. Installation was a little different that what we have been used to in the past with non-skirted toilets. However, the toilet comes with detailed instructions and the ReadyLock™system eliminated the need to drill holes. This toilet offers Kohler’s cleanest flush yet in that it automatically fights germs with every flush, keeping the bowl cleaner, longer. With three kids that know how all to well how to make a mess, I am always in for help keeping things clean! The Corbelle toilet makes the cleaning process even easier because it comes with a factory-installed system and all you need to do is pick your favorite toilet bowl tablet. The toilet has three settings, so you decide how much cleaning power goes into each flush. ContinuousClean automatically fights germs. It is housed in the toilet tank and dispenses a consistent dosage of cleaner during each flush. The cleaner is safely tucked away from kids and pets so there is no need to worry. It also has an indicator light that lets you know when the cleaning solution has been dispensed with the flush, when the cleaning solution is getting low, when the cleaning solution is gone, when the batteries need replaced, and when the batteries are dead. The new system works with any toilet bowl puck-like tablets, allowing you to choose (bleach or not) and is optimized to extend the life of the cleansing tablet for more than a year. The toilet stays clean AND does all the work – it is a win, win! ContinuousClean offers a complete, always-on clean – keeping the bowl cleaner, longer. It fights germs, grime and stains – it is something that keeps the toilet actually cleaner (and visually) cleaner.  CleanCoat technology prevents bacteria, mildew and mineral deposits from sticking – which is especially great for people like me with well water. No more rings around the toilet! The product also features Revolution 360; the swirl flushing technology sends 360 degrees of water through the bowl for complete coverage that leaves nothing behind. The water is powerfully propelled from Kohler’s patented AquaPiston flush canister through a single powerful jet that ensures optimal bowl coverage for a clean bowl. It keeps the toilet 5x cleaner and stays cleaner longer. Are you ready to replace your dirty old toilet with Kohler’s Corbelle ContinuousClean toilet that stays clean and does all the work for you?!

Watch this video on how to remove your old toilet:

Are you ready to replace your dirty old toilet with Kohler’s Corbelle toilet that stays clean and does all the work for you?!

Watch this video on how to remove your old toilet:

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