@RiotDemon@therealjrn the HomeDepot store brand, GlacierBay also gets great reviews at around the $95 price point. Although I’ve not bought one. I got a champion 4 although was seriously considering a highline. Honestly if you don’t have flushing issues. Which I’d never seen till I met a guest who used a quarter of a roll of toilet paper. Flushing power is probably fine on most modern toilets and way better than old ones and you don’t need an expensive one.
I would open the box in the parking lot and check for obvious cracks before loading it up. And absolutely check for any glazed over cracks with a strong flashlight from top and bottom before installing anything. Last thing you want is to bolt it all down then it starts leaking.
@callow@therealjrn those are round front toilets. Make sure you know if your want round or elongated. The difference is about 2" farther out. Normally doesn’t matter much unless you have a swinging door that’s really close.
Just… Why. Surely you have an old pair of holy boxers or an actual wrecked shirt around.
Also if you’re prepped and recently flushed the line you don’t even have time to worry about that. You just take the old off, scrape the wax ring, drop the new one with new wax ring. Takes about two minutes. Unless you forgot parts or had a busted flange why bother.
Honestly my gloves from the dollar store smelled way worse and took way longer to air out so I never even
Smelled anything from the toilet.