that act as spacers under toilet seats and lids, that are always made
of cheap, brittle plastic that breaks after a few months.
Is it possible to get replacements, if so what are they called and
where would you look ?
You could try Hardened rubber buffers at http://www.isaaclord.co.uk/ go
to Castors and glides/glides and its the 4th item down. Your local B&Q
might have an equivalent too.
I suspect that mass production of loo seats being what it is you either
use a semi bodge like this or buy a new set.
School of Life Sciences, University of Dundee, Scotland
On Mon, 15 Sep 2003 09:01:23 +0100, firstname.lastname@example.org
Given that it is about 8 years ago since I got them the hardware shop
is probably long gone.
It was just a question of every time I was in a small country town I
checked out the local hardware shop. Some of these shops have stocks
that are years old.
The ig sheds and the large builders providers were useless. They turn
over their stock too quick.
Paul Mc Cann
Lovely memories of where I used to live. The hardware shop still had some
items marked in £sd (and only three years ago), a manual winding paraffin
pump and nails in every size in big piles. Indeed, they even had milkmaids
yokes in stock.
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