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Frequently Asked Questions
Q."Why are toilet seats non-returnable?" A. It is very important for us to be able to promise a brand-new, unused seat to each customer, and if we were to allow returns of toilet seats we simply would not be able to make that promise to every customer. That being said, we strongly recommend checking the color and size of the seat received before removing from the bag to make sure your seat is correct, as for hygiene reasons we cannot allow the return of toilet seats.
Q."Are these toilet seats made in the U.S.A.?" A.The seats on this page that are marked with the flag symbol are made in the U.S.A.
Q."What is EverClean®?" A. EverClean® is a unique silver-based surface which permanently inhibits the growth of stain and odor causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the surface. Please note: EverClean® surface does not protect against disease causing bacteria.
Q."Some of these seats say they are made to be "eco-friendly." What does that mean?" A.The Plastic seats with the eco-friendly icon are made by Bemis, who uses a co-injection moulding process that reuses the excess plastics that are created with each moulding. This includes as much as 60 percent pre- and/or post-consumer plastic in the core of the seat. This saves millions of pounds of plastic from landfills and waste facilities. All Bemis wood seats are made from rediscovered wood from 100 percent recycled sources - absolutely no trees are cut down to make their wood seats. Both the plastic and wooden seats use environmentally friendly colorants and water-based paints to significantly reduce VOC emissions, providing you the consumer with a product that has significantly less residual emissions than many other toilet seats.
Q."When I received my toilet seat, the manufacturer's box was not sealed and had already been opened. Did you send me a seat that was returned to you by a previous customer?" A. The seat you received was brand new and unused by anyone before you. When we receive a shipment of seats from our supplier into our warehouse, their boxes are often opened for inspection to make sure the seats are not damaged; we also inspect the seats before we ship them to you, to make sure they're correct and in good condition.