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I just need to cut a section out of it so the toilet roll holder can fit again, and we're all ready to accommodate The Larger Figure (y)
If you do that doesn't it mean that you'd have to remove the new seat to be able to access the loo roll? Why not just leave the top off the roll cubby?
 
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If you do that doesn't it mean that you'd have to remove the new seat to be able to access the loo roll? Why not just leave the top off the roll cubby?
Hm I see it entirely the opposite way - if I DON'T cut a section out of the new seat (around the base / rim, so not the part you actually sit on) then the loo roll holder cover won't fit. I want that cover on so any water from the shower doesn't gather up in the holder.

Plus it's actually a useful place to store an extra roll :)
 

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Hm I see it entirely the opposite way - if I DON'T cut a section out of the new seat (around the base / rim, so not the part you actually sit on) then the loo roll holder cover won't fit. I want that cover on so any water from the shower doesn't gather up in the holder.

Plus it's actually a useful place to store an extra roll :)
Ah ... I thought it was the 'in-use' roll not a spare ... I had visions of you standing up with your knickers around your ankles trying to move the new seat to get at the loo roll and falling over in the process! :LOL:
 

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Now that I have been educated in the finer points of this contraption, I can see somebody swapping it for a swivel toilet, but I can never imagine the reverse.
I prefer the bench ones, more capacity, less nooks and crannies to clean, unfortunately nowadays they are rarely fitted to new builds (some small converters still use them).

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