Toilets account for a quarter of the water used in the average home. Older toilets use up to five gallons of water per flush, three times that of newer models. Dual flush toilets save even more water by giving you two flushing options, one for liquid and one for solid waste.

While you can replace your existing toilet with a water saving model, another option is to modify your existing toilet with the HydroRight dual flush converter. The kit costs less than $30 and reduces the water used by a toilet by 70%. Installation is easy and takes less than 10 minutes.

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  1. I live in northwest N.J., and I need to know where they have the Hydoright dual flush conversion kits. I went to my local plumping& heating supplier, and he doesn’t have any, as a matter of fact, he never heard od a duel flush toilet kit!!!!! Why advertise if no one even knows about these things?

    • Hi Bill,
      If you click on the HydroRight link in the article above and go to their website, you will see links to buy the product online from Wal-Mart, Ace, and Amazon.

  2. Have you tried the One2Flush dual flush conversion kit? It doesn’t leak and the handle is much easier to use rather than the button that hydroright uses. While the hydroright looks easy to install- it doesn’t do the job it says it will do. The funnel that they use reduces the flush velocity so the #2 flushes are really a full flush and I ended up having to flush more than once to get everything to go down- not saving water. I took the hydroright back and replaced it with the One2Flush and have not had any problems. Their video on their website was very helpful.

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