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Q. "When you say "set" of toilet bolt caps, what does one set include?"
A. These come in a set of 2 caps and 2 retainers (one for each cap). In other words, enough for one toilet.
Q. "Are these toilet bowl bolt caps difficult to install?"
A. They are VERY easy to install. Simply place the retainers over the (preferably all brass) toilet bolts. Then place a metal (preferably brass or stainless) washer that comes with most toilet bolt sets on top of the retainer, and then place the nut for the bolt on top of that and tighten that nut. Then simply place the plastic cap that you purchased from us on top. Sometimes the brass bolt will be too long and you will need to use a hacksaw and cut off part of the bolt.
Q. "Will these toilet bowl bolt caps colors match my toilet perfectly?"
A. They may be very close in matching the color of your toilet bowl but it really will depend on a number of factors such as what kind of lighting there is in the bathroom, what color toilet that you have and what cap colors that are still available. The fact that your toilet is made out of porcelain and that the caps are made out of plastic will affect the color combination as no "exact" match is possible due to the material differences, and so on. For most of our customers "close enough" is good enough and that is probably the case in 97% of our customers who have purchased our toilet bowl caps. But for some people "close enough" is not good enough. So we would like to caution you before purchasing bolt caps of any color, even "white" colored caps. If a totally exact match is "a must" we recommend you find porcelain made colored caps that were made at the time your toilet was made.
Q. "My toilet bowl wobbles. Will these shims solve my rocking problem?"
A. They can help but won't always prevent a toilet from rocking back and forth. It maybe that the bolts either need tightening or cannot be secured well to the toilet flange or the toilet flange could be broken. The floor may not be level or the toilet bowl may not be totally flat (best to buy American made porcelain toilets). Sometimes adding some quality grout under the entire toilet or around the outer outside of the bottom of the toilet bowl is necessary. There are so many different things that can cause toilet bowl wobbling that we simply can not answer with a firm "yes" that these wonderful toilet wedges will solve every toilet rocking problem.
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