As with any toilet seat, the first step in cleaning your heavy duty toilet seat is to remove the stains. If you use the standard, non-stick stainless steel hinges then you can remove the stains by either wiping them off or by using a toothbrush and some mild soap. If there are stubborn stains such as red wine or gravy then it is best to remove them with special stain remover. It is also a good idea to let the hinge dry completely before replacing it. Some manufacturers have developed special stain resistant hinges available; however, the American standard heavy duty seats can handle most stains.
What Kind of Toilet Seat is Best For Those With Back Problems?
Reliable and comfortable, heavy duty toilet seats are simply the best option for high-fat people on toilet needs. Heavy duty toilet seats are very simply specially designed to fit high fat people, which have a very short close position offers the obese user all the time that they require. These seats have been made using durable materials and come with simple-to-remove open hinges for quick installation.
After the stains are removed, the next step is to treat your seats to keep them looking new. Depending on the manufacturer, your standard heavy duty toilet seats may be coated with a non-stick coating, but there are also models that come with a polished chrome finish. You can find a white color that is similar to platinum, which is shiny and reflective. However, white is not the only color that compliments white plastic toilet seat hinges. There are a black and a blue colored plastic folding toilet seat with a white top. These Technical Details of the American Standard Heavy Duty Toilet Seat can help you decide which toilet seat will suit your needs best.