Toilet seats probably aren't something that occupy your thoughts too frequently. But when the toilet seat you have cracks, it becomes a dire necessity. Thinking this will be a quick and easy purchase, you rush off to the store, only to find a wide variety of materials, styles and features.
Below we'll explore the surprisingly detailed world of toilet seats. We'll also help you make the best choice for your needs.
How to Choose the Right Toilet Seat Material?
Some of the most common materials toilet seats come in include:
Most toilet seats are made primarily of plastic. That makes them lightweight and less prone to warping from moisture. They often tend not to be painted, so paint will not bubble and crack if you get water on the toilet seat. They also tend to be less expensive. Plastic is easy to clean, too. Choose a plastic toilet seat if you're looking for a no-fuss product with minimal care.