The material used to manufacture toilet seat covers makes a great difference to the experience of the users as well as hygiene levels. The Ultra Cascade is made of scratch proof plastic, which ensures that its appearance remains unimpaired over a longer period of time. It also has a border making it easier to raise or lower the lid. For sheer elegance, you have a choice between the Royal Jet and the Waves. Look out for different styles of hinges. The preferred one is the soft close option as it prevents a nasty thud when the toilet seat cover is closed. You should, however, keep in mind the location of the comfort room, since the requirements will vary according to whether the washroom is inside a house, in an office, a hotel or restaurant, commercial establishment, a railway station, or bus terminus.
It is vital that you understand the value of using an appropriate western toilet seat cover. One of the tips you might find useful is to choose the kind of color and texture which complements the overall décor or scheme of the bathroom. A wooden toilet seat cover complements a country look, and conveys a sense of warmth. Whether the toilet seat is round, or oval should be aligned to the design of the toilet itself. The Vintage western toilet seat cover is oval; while our Anglo-Indian seat cover has wings attached to the oval portion. The Cosmo broadens out in the middle, while our M-Cascade is broader in front than at the back, and has a soft cover. Note the difference between an oval and round toilet in terms of dimensions. An oval toilet is about 18 and a 1/2 inches long, and a round toilet about 16 and a 1/2 inches.