Could be worse, you could do what my friend did in her rented bungalow and reverse a Land Rover into the house, pushing the water pipe through the wall with the spare tyre and shoving the toilet cistern off it’s mountings, shattering it on the floor and leaving bright blue water over the entire bathroom.
My fine son, 4 years old, and his partner in crime, brother 2.5yrs, took it upon themselves to fill our toilet bowl with rocks. Well, actually lovely riverstones from the garden. Predictable results, the bowl is now cracked below the water line, wet floor follows.
Question is, can this be repaired? Fancy epoxy with blu loo camoflage was my idea, but shall I give up and buy a new poo machine for the landlord?
On the going whilst having a dump front, that is seriously not funny. I’m in the bogs and loos business (and no before you ask), and the industry is full of tales of people doing themselves a wrong un when the bowl finally gives way. There is no repairing it, it is fooked get it replaced.
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