Who invented the toilet seat cover?

Answer According to the United States Patent Office, Daniel J. De Lay from Muskego, Wisconsin, invented and holds the patent for the toilet seat cover. The patent has been added to over the years to allow... Read More »

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How to Replace a Toilet Seat Cover?

Your toilet seat cover---the lid that attaches to the toilet seat---may develop chips and cracks over time, particularly if family members are prone to slamming the lid. Replace your wooden or plas... Read More »

Who invented the toilet seat hinge?

In 1778, a man named Joseph Bramah invented a modification for the water closet, or toilet. The new invention was a valve at the bottom of the bowl that worked like a hinge.Source:The ... Read More »

Who invented the heated toilet seat?

The heated toilet seat was invented by five people. The patent has the names of David Wilson, David Hansen, Anton Kolar, Michael Merritt and John Check on it. Heated toilet seats have a heating mec... Read More »

Can you use an elongated toilet seat with a Standard toilet?

Some American Standard toilets have elongated bowls, which are designed to fit elongated toilet seats. For example, the Boulevard Right Height Elongated One-Piece Toilet, Champion 4 Elongated One-P... Read More »