Care, Repair and Warranty
Toilet Seat Cleaning
Toilet seats should be cleaned using mild hand soap and water. Antibacterial hand soap or dish soap can be used to fight against germs.
Do not use bleach, pine oils, essential oils, chlorine, acid, scouring powders, detergents, disinfectants, or products in aerosol cans.
Harsh chemicals can rub away the paint finish on toilet seats and the metal finish on hinges. This can create a dull look on plastic toilet seats and a dirty worn-away look on molded wood seats as well as corrosion and peeling of the metal hinge finish.
Bumpers and Hinges
Plastic toilet seats have molded-in bumpers that stay secure and add durability to the seat. Hinges on plastic seats are installed at the factory while the plastic is still warm using special tools. Because of this, bumpers or hinges on plastic seats cannot be replaced.
Bolts and Nuts
All toilet seats should come with the necessary bolts and/or nuts to install the seat. If your package is missing the hardware, call Bemis Customer Service to have new hardware sent to you.
Statement of Warranty
All products are guaranteed against defects in material and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from date of purchase. This guarantee does not apply to any compression enameled wood, residential plastic, decorator, specialty or electronic seats used in nonresidential installations, including hotels, motels, dormitories, commercial buildings or long term care facilities. This guarantee does not apply to any seats which are modified in any way or used on any type of installation or unit other than conventional water closets. We assume no liability for seats modified or installed on anything other than conventional water closets.
If you have any questions, please contact Bemis Customer Service.