Quick Release Toilet Seat Fixings, AncableTop Universal Toilet Seat Hinge Fittings for WC Toilet Blind Holes 2 Pack
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The majority of modern toilets now come with top fixing seat installation as they are easier to fit and remove for cleaning. The toilet seat fixings you need for your toilet will largely depend on the type of toilet seat you want to fit, or the fixings you are replacing on your current seat.
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To work out what size toilet seat you require, you need to measure your pan in three places. Remove your current toilet seat first. Use your flat head screwdriver to remove these protective caps (this may be harder for older seats which have sat there for some time). Gently work your way around the cap with the screwdriver head to carefully remove it.
What Size Toilet Seat Do I Need?
Plastic seats are more common. They are cheaper, more malleable and easy to clean. The main types of plastic used are Thermoplastic and Thermoset, although plastic resin is another option. Thermoset is slightly more expensive as it’s more scratch resistant, but all three types are durable. Resin toilet seats can be made in any colour, and items or pictures can be embedded into the surface of the seat. This makes them great in a kid’s bathroom. The main issue with plastic seats is they can get cold in winter - not something you should have to endure first thing in the morning! Wooden Toilet Seats There isn’t a single universal toilet seat size in the UK. Lots of different toilet seat sizes are available but the most common sizes tend to be between 350mm and 500mm. Toilet seats vary by both size and shape so it’s important to know which size you need before investing in a new one. What Size Toilet Seat Do I Need?
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Attach the new fittings, using your hands to tighten up the nuts on the bolts. Be careful not to over tighten them at this stage as you’ll probably want to adjust them once you’ve fitted the new toilet seat.
How Much Do Toilet Seats Cost?
Like most household products, the price of toilet seats can vary by quite a considerable amount. Cheap and cheerful seats are readily available for those of you on slightly more of a budget, while fancy high-tech, high-quality and subsequently high-price-tag seats are also proving popular. It’s important to be aware that your toilet seat gets a lot of use. Opening and closing the lid multiple times a day will take a toll on the hinges, and so investing in something high-quality is the best bet. Some toilet seats will be held in place using a slightly different fitting but they generally all work in the same way. If yours is different, take a look around the fittings and you should be able to work out how to detach it. Step 3. Fitting a New Toilet Seat