How Do you Fix a Toilet Seat that Keeps Falling 1. Seat Placement Is Too Far Back In the Direction of the Tank 2. The Toilet Seat May Be Too Thick/Heavy 3. The Toilet Is Not Level 4. A Cracked Or Broken Seat 5. Misuse of the Toilet 6. Installation of Rubber Toilet Seat Washers 7. Cleaning the Screw Hinge 8. A Wobbly Or Lose Toilet Seat
With the internet chock full of ‘Do It Yourself’ instructional videos and posts, it looks like everybody and their mothers should be DIY masters. However, some of these handmade projects and hacks should never ever have seen the light of day! And they’re making us ask, “DiWHY would you ever do this?”
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Brighten your bathroom by sewing your own toilet lid cover. This accessory provides a colorful covering for the toilet. The process requires a small amount of fabric, a few sewing supplies and basic sewing skills to complete.