Properly Choosing a Raised Toilet SeatRaised toilet seats are designed with the purpose of helping people that have limited mobility and need a safer way to raised and lower from the toilet. Elevated toilet seats help those with arthritis or joint pain by decreasing the distance they must sit from a standing position to their toilet. Raised toilet seats can fit on most toilets including elongated style toilet seats. There are several different types of designs to fit any persons needs such as toilet seats with or without arms and also padded raised toilet seats.
Featured Raised Toilet Seat
Invacare Raised Toilet SeatModel# 1300RTS
- Bariatric Raised Toilet SeatModel# CEXB31300
- Premium Toilet Seat RizerModel# 12403
- Carex E Z Lock Raised Toilet SeatModel# CEXB312CO
Always be sure that the raised toilet seat is correctly and securely in place before using. Physically challenged users should be supervised or assisted whenever using a elevated toilet seat. Toilet Seat Risers are designed for use with the most common types of commodes. It will not fit all commode types; be sure that the toilet riser is correctly installed, fits properly and is stable before use.
On raised toilet seats with arms remember the arms are for the purpose of providing assistance when getting on and off the seat. DO NOT try to use the arms to support full body weight during transfer, as this may result in failure of the raised toilet seat.
Elevated Toilet seats come in different heights from 2 inches to 6 inches. Most toilet seat risers are around 5 inches tall. Also most raised toilet seats have a weight capacity of 250lbs unless it is specified as a bariatric (obese) raised toilet seat. Make sure when choosing your toilet seat riser that if you require assistance with sitting and standing and are somewhat unstable on your feet the more safe option for you would be the raised toilet seat with arms. Most toilet seats are lightweight and portable and easily attach to the toilet bowl without any tools.
Bestselling Raised Toilet Seat
Carex Round Elevated Toilet SeatModel# CEXB30700
- Guardian Raised Toilet SeatModel# G30250
- Medline Raised Toilet Seat with ArmsModel# MDS80316
- Universal Raised Toilet SeatModel# MDS80315
- Contoured Plastic Raised Toilet SeatModel# MDS80318RW
- Invacare Raised Toilet Seat with ArmsModel# 1302RTS
Cleaning your raised toilet seat:
- Use a non-abrasive detergent or household cleaner with warm water
- Rinse with warm water and wipe dry. Regular cleaning of the Raised Toilet Seat is recommended. Wipe all surfaces with a damp cloth and allow all surfaces to dry before use.
- DO NOT USE AN ABRASIVE CLEANER OR CLOTH with this product, as damage may ensue.
- Regular inspection of parts for deformation, corrosion, breakage, wear or compression is recommended.
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