- The Tank Bank is the easiest device to use to save water -- fill to top, snap to close and hang in toilet tank
- Constructed of non-corrosive materials that resist microbes & fungal growth
- Its anti-evaporation snap/airlock means the bag never needs refilling and prevents odors
In keeping with our mission to help our site visitors reduce their environmental impact, it is possible to achieve similar results by simply placing a few bricks inside the tank.
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|Key Feature||Reduces the amount of water you flush down the toilet|
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Better Than Bricks
I recommend this product because actually, putting bricks in your tank can create problems. Particles flake off the bricks and can clog the lines, causing need for repairs. Putting bottles in the tank can get kind of nasty over time. This "tank bank" is excellent because it resists microbial and fungal growth. Definitel a "plus" over time!
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Likely
Use a jar or bottle of water instead.
"Eco" products should not replace solutions that re-use things around the house. Take an old jar or bottle, fill it with water, seal it tightly, and stick it in your toilet tank. There. You've saved money, kept a jar out of the landfill, prevented the environmental impact of making this product, shipping it to you, and eventually it ending up in the landfill. And it probably took less time than purchasing and unpacking this product. Afraid the water inside will get gross? Put a couple drops of Clorox in the water before sealing it.
Would you recommend this product to a friend? Unlikely