[Greenbuilding] Fixture folly

J M Alden speireag at gmail.com
Mon Dec 19 16:26:43 PST 2011

Benjamin Pratt wrote:

> just remove the old one, clean it up (use an acid to get rid of all
> the calcium and lime deposits if neccessary), go to the hardware store
> and get new washers, o rings, and seats if it needs them.
> Should work as good as new, cost you less than 10 bucks, and still be
> original to the house (if that matters).

	Actually, the original was a stopgap, and doesn't do most of what I describe.  I'm trying to upgrade for the long term, which means actually installing what we want so that it works the way we want it.


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