CT1 is chemical resistant, making it the safest option for sealing leaking tanks. It is a good idea to fix these leaks as soon as possible to avoid any hazardous situations. With regards to petrol or diesel tanks, it is a good idea to seal these leaks with CT1 because it will provide fast and effective results without posing as a fire and safety hazard. A very common service call for Oconomowoc Plumbing is fixing leaky toilets. One of the reasons why a toilet leaks is the tank-2-bowl seal. The bolts themselves have a rubber gasket that gets squeezed under compression and not only holds the tank down but seals it as well. Over time the rubber breaks down and leaks.
If the dripping is heavy enough, and the water gets under the toilet or around the closet bolts (the bolts that hold the toilet down to the floor), corrosion and eventual failure of the floor flange can occur. In some older toilets, the bolts that connect the tank to the bowl can also corrode.