Older toilets can use up to five gallons of water per flush, five times that of newer water saving toilets. Instead of replacing your old toilet, you can save both money and water by installing a dual flush conversion kit from HydroRight.

HydroRight dual flush conversion kits can:

  • Reduce the amount of water used by up to 70%.
  • Are easy to install in minutes without tools.

HydroRight dual flush conversion kits are available at The Home Depot. Watch this video to find out more.

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Now, if you ask me, I think our most precious resource is water. So it’s really important to try to conserve it whenever you can, especially in the bathroom.

Now if you’ve got a normal toilet, when you flush it, four out of five times you’re using more water than needed. So why don’t you convert that toilet into a dual flush commode? And you can do it very easily with this kit right here.

Now, this is a dual flush by HydroRight and it’s very easy. You don’t need any tools to put it inside your tank. The great part is you don’t have to take apart your tank either. Just remove the old system and pop this one in place. And this is how it works.

It’s got two buttons on it. The top button, which is button number one, is great for flushing liquids and paper because it doesn’t use a lot of water. If you need more water to flush solids through, all you have to do is press the second button underneath it, and it’ll do just that.

Now, like I said, four out of five times, you don’t need as much liquid, so just press number one, and you’ll be in good shape. You’ll save money, and most importantly, you’ll save water.

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Jodi Marks

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Jodi Marks is a construction expert and television personality who’s always on the lookout for ways to make a job easier as she hosts “Best New Products” for Today’s Homeowner. After obtaining a degree in psychology, she joined her father's construction company as a project manager. Jodi's career in television began when she was selected to co-host the series Fix It Up! on Home and Garden Television (HGTV). She went on to host several other shows on HGTV, Turner South, and TBS, and co-created The Tile Doctor series with Paul Wilson. Jodi also earned her general contractor's and real estate licenses in Georgia and has been renovating and flipping houses.

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