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This may not be an instantly obvious fix but....
We live in a house that's nearly 200yrs old... and some of the amenities are slightly dated. One of the ways you notice is that modern toilet seat covers don't quite work as well as they perhaps should.
Imagine being a gent going to the loo... you lift the seat with your Mrs in mind... as your mother taught you (she'd be ever so proud). And then... right as you "get going" the worst imaginable thing happens... The seat starts to descend towards your "stream"... and we all know what would happen if you let it go... PANIC!
This happened to me nearly every trip to the white room... And this is the solution. I took out the old "large" bumpers, and printed some smaller ones. Now the angle of the seat is such that it stays comfortably put!
To clarify... The smaller bumpers in the seat cover make it so the seat (in the up position) leans back just a tiny bit more.. and doesn't drop down on it's own.
Toilet seat bumper by macouno is licensed under the Creative Commons - Attribution license.
So what's this mean?
We're sure macouno would love to see what you've printed - take a photo and share it on Thingiverse as a Make.
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