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  • Products in the Toilet Seats category have been rated 4.8 out of 5 based on 37 reviews.

    There are 7 products on sale, ranging from £14.99 to £39.00

    • Peter

      27th of February 2014

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      Oak Wooden Toilet Seat

      Oak Wooden Toilet Seat.

      Excellent effect on our existing toilet. Matches the bath panels. Easy to fit. Thanks PFJC

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    • PC

      2nd of April 2014

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      Deluxe 104 Thermoset Anti Scratch Soft Close Toilet Seat

      Good

      Dead easy to fit, does what it says on the tin. Good value, on-time delivery.

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    • A Hennessy

      19th of April 2014

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      Ocean Toilet Seat

      Toilet Seat

      Very good slow close of both seat and lid good fit and clean lines Quick release seat good for cleaning Fantastic delivery, time slot given and then phone call from the drivers to let me know what time they would be at my house approx half hour before delivery

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    • Jackie Cheesman

      19th of October 2013

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      Standard 104 Thermoplastic Soft Close Toilet Seat

      Soft Close Toilet Seat

      Excellent value for money and really no trouble to fit.

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    • Maureen Green

      19th of December 2013

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      Deluxe 105 Thermoset Anti Scratch Soft Close Toilet Seat

      Must Be Good As I Bought A Second One!

      Great toilet seat with good fitting mechanisms, easy to fit. Soft close lovely

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    Posted on: 17th Dec 2013

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    What a Drain! Common Causes of blocked Plug Holes

    Posted on: 18th Nov 2013

    Whether it is in the kitchen sink, the bath tub or that brand new stylish basin unit that you had installed, having a blocked plug hole is inconvenient and unpleasant. It is probably the most common problem to occur in modern plumbing systems, as general the materials used and the designs incorporated minimise most other faults. However, a blocked plug can occur for many different reasons which is why they can happen annoyingly frequently. Of course when it does happen it isn't usually a reflection on your cleanliness or maintenance any more than it is on the design of your fittings. The causes are usually simple and straightforward and can mostly be solved with a little application and few DIY skills. When you do get a blocked drainage system of any kind it is important to tackle it swiftly as it can, in some rare cases, reflect a more serious underlying problem. So what are some of the most common causes of blockages? 1. Foreign Objects By far the most common cause of a blocked plug hole is because something has become stuck somewhere in the system. Although we don't realise it, a lot of material such as hair and soap in bathrooms, and fats and food waste in the kitchen, end up going down the plug hole. Sometimes for various reasons this can accumulate further down the pipes and ultimately build up over time to cause a blockage which is only noticed when a slowing of draining water becomes an actual pool that refuses to budge

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    Cold Comfort: The Toilet Seat Dilemma

    Posted on: 15th Nov 2013

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    Posted on: 13th Aug 2013

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    Concealed Cisterns: What you need to know

    Posted on: 9th Jun 2013

    When bathroom space is an issue, you might want to consider using a concealed cistern for your toilet. These cisterns are easy to install and sit out-of-sight behind a wall, attached to the toilet pan. They even fit above the ceiling or in a wall cavity or stud-partition space (some concealed cisterns are as thin as 75mm) so all that's visible is the flush.  They can contribute to a cleaner, more elegant looking bathroom but fulfil all the functions of a standard close-coupled system. So, what do you need to know about them? Size and Location Concealed cisterns are only going to be an option if you have the space.  Check the height and depth of your partition carefully against the array of concealed cistern sizes available. Remember that concealed cisterns are only viable for a back-to-wall pan which makes them the only real option for a wall hung toilet.  When shopping for a unit compatible with this type of toilet you should be looking for a concealed cistern that incorporates a hanging frame. This frame will sit behind the wall and carry the weight of the pan as well as providing a neat housing for the cistern itself.  Whatever the pan, make sure it's fully compatible with the cistern you want beforehand

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    Toilet Seats from Victoria Plumb

    When you're updating your bathroom, don't forget to accessorize your toilet to suit the rest of your bathroom suite.

    There's more to choosing a toilet seat than meets the eye. You first have to choose between wooden or thermoplastic toilet seats and then decide on whether you would like a soft close option as well as making sure your toilet seat matches the rest of your bathroom suite. The right toilet seat will really help to complement your bathroom theme and we have a great selection to choose from. Whether you're looking for a soft close toilet seat or a traditional wooden toilet seat, we have an extensive range of options at a competitive price. 

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