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Re: Stop a running European toilet [ * tip ]

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Bauhaus in Schlieren?
I got an other question: I have a in-wall-built-flush-thingy. Attachment 122513The cover is plastic and changed color to yellowish (was like that when I moved in already). Yep, I'm fussy, so I tried Cif and the likes, anticalc-stuff, scotch-sponge (the one you use for walls), baking-soda .... to no avail. I just read today that plastic changes color full stop. Nothing one can do.
True?
These things are not standardised are they? Like I can't get a cheap one in for example Bauhaus? I don't really want to spend money as I'm renting and my landlord doesn't care about tiny details like this.
Some plastics yellow. Have you tried NeverDull, or Brasso?

There aren't all that many variations of the einbaukasten (Geberit is the big one - look for a brand name on the in wall unit, or possibly on the back of the cover). Take your cover off and take it with you to the Bauhaus.

EDIT: Just looked a bit closer at the pic, it is a Geberit, so you'll be able to get a replacement.
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