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  • Our Toilet Seat Collections from Bemis and Mayfair aren't just for "designer" bathrooms. Adding your favorite design gives a fresh, fun twist to your current bathroom,
  • Our line of specialty molded wood toilet seats, Acrylic toilet seats and Soft Cushioned toilet seats can be used as standard size and elongated replacement toilet seats for these major manufacturers: American Standard, Church, Crane, Kohler, Eljer, Briggs, Bemis, Artesian, Kilgor, Mayfair, Mansfield, Norris, Universal Rundle, Peerless, and Western Pottery
  • Installation Tips:
    You don't have to be a licensed plumber to install a toilet seat. It's easy!
  • Typically, the most difficult job of replacing a seat is removing the old one, but with a standard wrench, a screwdriver and a spray can of WD-40 penetrating oil, you'll find it quite easy.
  • To remove your old seat, loosen the hinge with a screwdriver or wrench. Remember your tools are steel and your bowl is porcelain, so be careful not to chip it. If the bolts are rusty or badly calcified, spray them with WD-40 penetrating oil. Let them sit for five or ten minutes and then try again. If they still won't budge, you might want to consider calling a professional.
  • Next, refer to the installation instructions included with your toilet seat or use the links below.
  • If your toilet seat comes with a double-adhesive washer, you should first affix it to the bottom of the hinge. Then place the seat on the porcelain and simply insert the bolts into the holes provided and tighten with a standard screwdriver. Retighten after a few days.
  • Sizing Selection

  • SIZE is important when you're buying a seat.
  • Measure your toilet to determine whether your bowl is
  • Sizes are approximate and some seats will slightly overlap your bowl(some acrylic seats are slightly longer 17 1/2 "than standard and will overlap).
  • ELONGATED (approximately 18 1/2" long)
  • ROUND (approximately 16 1/2" long.)
  • Measure from center front of bowl to center of the hinge post holes. In the U.S., the standard distance between hinge post holes is 5 1/2".
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