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This Old Toilet®

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Rare Parts and Components For Old, Obsolete, Discontinued, No Longer Manufactured Toilets

White Toilet Seats
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Toilet Tank Lids, Covers, Tops ~ Toilet Tanks ~ Toilet Bowls ~ Toilet Seats ~ Toilet Bolt Caps
Identify Your Toilet ~ FAQs ~ Cost of a New Toilet ~ Tips & Suggestions

 Toilet Glossary  ~ Toilet Tips & Trivia
Cost of a New Toilet ~ Toilet Disposal

(Please read return policy and FAQs below before ordering.)
Toilet seats with deluxe features
StaTite® ~ Mounting nuts prevent slipping or shifting of the mounting bolts
Dura-Guard™ ~ Anti-microbial surface resists germs and bacteria build-up
Whisper-Close™ ~ Soft-close hinge automatically lowers the rim and cover without slamming
Easy Clean™ ~ Twist release hinges allow seat to be removed without tools for easy cleaning

   
Our price is your cost. No surprise shipping charges or processing fees added at check-out.    
Round/Regular/Plain Bowl white plastic toilet seat with deluxe features. 16-1/2" from hinges to front of bowl. Normal hinge spread 5-1/2" center-to-center. $62
Elongated Bowl white plastic toilet seat with deluxe features. 18-1/2" from hinges to front of bowl. Normal hinge spread 5-1/2" center-to-center. $65
Toilet seats with standard features    
Our price is your cost. No surprise shipping charges or processing fees added at check-out.    
Round/Regular/Plain Bowl white plastic toilet seat with standard features. 16-1/2" from hinges to front of bowl. Normal hinge spread 5-1/2" center-to-center. $49
Elongated Bowl white plastic toilet seat with standard features. 18-1/2" from hinges to front of bowl. Normal hinge spread 5-1/2" center-to-center. $54
Elongated Bowl white plastic toilet seat with standard features. 18-1/2" from hinges to front of bowl. Normal hinge spread 5-1/2" center-to-center. Estoli model Amanda -close out. $44
Canadian air mail delivery and customs processing additional charge per shipment. For shipment to Canada you must purchase this line item in addition to your seat. Allow 10 days for delivery. $69

* Visit our Case One Piece Department for Case seats in white and some colors.

* Visit our Champlain Department for Kohler Champlain seats in white and some colors.

* Visit our Emblem Department for Eljer Emblem seats in white and many colors.

* Visit our Rochelle Department for replacement Kohler Rochelle seats in white and colors.

* Visit our Jacob Delafon Department for Fleur seats in white, almond and biscuit.

Visit our Clearance Center for overstock and discontinued seats from before the Color-To-Match® program was available.

FAQs:

Q: What are the seats made of?
A: Injection molded plastic which is superior to painted (enameled) composition wood.

 

Q: What are the exact specifications of the seats?
A: The seats are made of heavy weight injection molded plastic. The style is closed front with cover. They include molded in bumpers.

 

Q: Aren't wood seats better than plastic?
A: Not necessarily. "Wood" seats are not made of beefy lumber. They are made of sawdust and resin which are compression molded. ...Much like particle-board. They look stronger because they have to be two-to-three times thicker than plastic to achieve the same strength. The compressed sawdust is then painted. The paint is very thin compared to plastic seats where the color is solid through. The urine acid vapors and cleaning agents to which toilet seats are exposed will eventually cause the paint on wooden seats to fail. Plastic seats are not susceptible to this failure. The paint on wooden seats can chip. Plastic seats won't chip. The bumpers on wood seats are screwed, nailed, or tacked onto the seat. They can fall off over time. The bumpers on our plastic seats are molded-in. They are integral and cannot come off. In the case of toilet seats, plastic is better than "wood" in our opinion. (Side bar: Dark colors of plastic seats such as Raspberry, Black or Expresso are susceptible to fading over time when exposed to constant sunlight from skylights or windows.) Did you know that enameled wooden toilet seats and croquet balls are made the same way, in the same plant? True.

 

Q: Do you carry enameled wood seats?
A: Not at this time. But sometimes in our Clearance Center.

 

Q: How much is the shipping charge?
A: The prices shown include carton, packing, shipping, and insurance. (Our prices include everything!)

 

Q: My toilet says "Plain Bowl. What is that?
A: Plain Bowl is another term for Round bowl. This term is mostly used by Kohler Company. Their model numbers incorporate this as a suffix, such as "K-3500-PB." Plain/Round bowls are sometimes called Regular bowl.

 

Q: What brand are the seats?
A: Bemis or Beneke.

 

Q: Can you ship to Canada ?
A: Yes, But there is an extra charge for US Air Mail delivery and customs forms processing.

 

Q: What is the return policy?

A: There is a 25% handling fee for authorized returns of a seat not related to a manufacturing defect. Outbound shipping cost is not refundable. Installed or used seats cannot be returned. Original carton required. Contact us for return instructions and warehouse address.

Return requests must be made within 7 days of delivery. Returns must be sent freight prepaid.

 

Toilet seat vocabulary
Toilet seat sizes are determined by the bowl size: Round or Elongated. Other terms are sometimes used but mean the same thing. Round is also called "Regular" or "Plain." Some people call Elongated "Oblong." In the context of our program the terms are Round and Elongated. Toilet Glossary

 

A note about inset/recessed-front tank lids*:

These seats will fit the mounting bolt holes and bowl size. However, when putting the cover (top portion) and rim (where you sit) in the up position, the cover will not fit into the recess as did the original seat models. In some cases the seat will not stay up by itself.

* Such as some American Standard models from the 40's & 50's.

 

A note about low-tank style toilets*:

These seats are not compatible with low-tank toilets* in that the cover lid of the seat hinges back 95 degrees . This means it will not hinge back far enough to rest on the tank of the low-tank style toilet. This may or may not be an issue for you.

* The tank is bolted to the wall and there is an elbow pipe between the tank and the bowl. Toilet Glossary

 

 

Pricing: The price includes the colors chart, the order voucher, the prepaid order envelope, the seat itself, and all shipping charges for delivery of the kit and the seat to the continental USA. (Additional charge for other destinations.)

Payment How to Order (by check or PayPal):

Via Check: Postal mail a note stating "Color-to-Match Toilet Seat"; your shipping address; your phone number; and include a check* or money order payable to This Old Toilet (Add 8.75% sales tax if delivery is to California**.) Send to:

 

This Old Toilet®
948 Dolores Ave
Los Altos, CA 94024-6010

* Include your bank's telephone number so that we can verify funds prior to shipment. If we are unable to verify funds, please allow two weeks from receipt of check to shipment of lid.

** (Rate is for Santa Clara county, where title passes, per State Board of Equalization regulations.)

Via PayPal (Credit Cards): Alternately you may pay via PayPal. Click the PayPal Buy Now link next to the seat you want to order.

Our PayPal email payment address is Sales@Tjader.com.

PayPal note: If you get a "Timed Out" error message, you may have a "corrupt cookie" on your computer. We can email you instructions to resolve. Or phone PayPal at 402-935-2050.


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