The seat is held in place with two bolts At the rear hinge point. Feel underneath close to the tank, there are large plastic butterfly type nuts there on either side. Just twist them off and lift off the seat. You will probably have to clean off some grime there. Then plop down the new seat and bolt it back in. Easy.How do you change a toilet seat without getting your head too close to the bowl? (Real-life question )
From the woman's perspective -How do you change a toilet seat without getting your head too close to the bowl?
You don't. You realize that science shows us the toilet is more clean than your doorknob, that's why the dog drinks from the toilet, and doesn't lick the doorknob. Dogs know! They also know when you have an infection and some dogs will lick your wounds, even if they have scabbed over. Later in the day you might get an itchy feeling, because a dog's saliva has anti-biotic properties, and your wound healing has accelerated. Itching is normal for a healing wound. (My dog used to lick my scabs.)How do you change a toilet seat without getting your head too close to the bowl?