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Toilet Seat Bumpers (064102)

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  • 2 ea., rectangular and round
  • White
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Sold as each. 2 ea., rectangular and round. White. Manufacturer number: 064102. Country of origin: United States. Distributed by William H. Harvey Company.

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Part Number 45215a
Item Weight2.5 pounds
Item model number064102
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000H5WSI0
Best Sellers Rank #446,068 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 10, 2006
  
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By A.G.S. on December 29, 2010
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Unlike some other bumpers, this set is a slightly soft rubber, which is what you want when adding it alongside the toilet seat's existing bumpers. It makes up for any variation in height between toilet seat brands that way. The only reason I don't give it five stars is you need extra tools to install. There is no way you can just push or even hammer these in. It's best to either pre-drill holes, or clip the nails off and glue. Hammering doesn't work very well since the rubber dampens the force of your blow and the nails bend instead of going in. Trust me on this. You don't want to have to order more to replace the ones you mess up.

Adding extra bumpers is a must if you have heavier people in your household or workplace using the toilet seat, making the seat prone to cracking with use. The way most seats are designed with just two bumpers produces a situation where the weight of a person pushes down on the span between bumpers and the hinge. Eventually it breaks, even with not-so-heavy people, if the toilet seat is cheap. Extra bumpers saves you from having to replace the seat every few months.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Art Majors on October 14, 2012
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These are completely worthless, because they are virtually impossible to install. In theory, you "tap" them in, and the little brass nails that protrude from the underside secure them to the bottom of the toilet seat. In practice, toilet seats are made of hardwood, and the bumpers are constructed so that the rubber portion covers the tops of the nails. That makes it almost impossible to strike them hard enough to seat the nails in the toilet seat, and it is truly impossible if the seat is already in place. For mine, I removed the seat from the toilet so I could place it on a solid surface. When that was still insufficient, I drilled some tiny pilot holes where the nails had made an impression in the toilet seat, and they still wouldn't go in. Finally, I used an X-Acto blade to remove enough rubber to allow me to see the metal head of the nail, and, using a Nail Set to make solid contact, I finally hammered them in. But I have very little confidence that they will stay in over time, and I suspect that I'll be prying them off and replacing them with a better thought-out product, if I can find one.

If you make the mistake of purchasing these, it will be a complete waste of your money, and I predict also an exercise in frustration, as it was for me.
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By Kenneth F Lee on July 6, 2014
Did the job they were for
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