Toilet seat covers

Toilet seat covers come in three distinct categories:

  1. Disposable covers to protect against contamination of bacteria or worse.
  2. Novelty or designer colors, shapes and patterns to coordinate with the décor of the bathroom.  In some cases, the seat itself is a décor item, but there are also available decals and “toilet tattoos” to go with the mood of your bathroom that you can simply stick on to your existing toilet seat.
  3. Special materials or dimensions to accommodate specific needs.  Examples include wooden, heated, padded, elongated or raised seats.
  4. This website gives you the opportunity to see and buy toilet seat covers in each of these categories.  You will find all kinds of options to choose from here.

A toilet seat comes with the chair and lid of a toilet, even technology-driven toilet seats in Japan may contain a number of built-in features including a low budget bidet toilet, a blow drier, and a heated seat. As you can see that the level of sophistication in a toilet seat ranges everywhere from simple and basic to practically futuristic. There are a great many to choose from in all categories and price ranges.

When shopping for toilet seats, make sure it matches the decor of the bathroom. Also ensures that you decide whether to get a decorative toilet seat cover; some people like them, and some do not. See to it that the connections to the toilet bowl are sturdy and properly measured, as well as good-looking. Yes, even a toilet design can be good or bad, aesthetically. Finally, you shop within your budget. A light plastic toilet seat with no cushion or reinforcement can be the as low price as a few dollars, while a classy bronze or wood one may cost dozens or even hundreds of dollars price.

Even the best toilet seat is bound to crack or get stained, and to require replacement. Replacing the seat professionally is costly and most homeowners attempt to replace it themselves. To determine the kind of toilet seat needed to replace the old one, the seat has to be lifted and measured, from the front of the bowl to the center of the bolt holes. On toilets that require a round seat, the dimension will be approximately 16 ½-inches. If it measures over 20-inches, the toilet requires an elongated seat.