How high should the toilet paper holder be?
The standard position for a toilet paper holder - should be 8-12 inches in front of the toilet and 26 inches (centerline) above the floor.
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\n . \nThe standard placement is 20 - 24 inches from the floor up to the center of the TP holder. New toilet configuration these days my be several inches higher than the old standard toilet. If you have a newer toilet, adjust accordingly. .
Answer . If you have the package please read the instructions. If not, then there is usually a plate with 4 screws and you screw it into the wall near the toilet. Then slip toilet paper over the aluminum roller and clip in. (You will see two holes or notches on each side (inside) of the plate…. (MORE)
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Standard height is 24 - 27 inches. Or you can take a seat and go with what's comfortable, as reach is important too.
All to do with preference and if a wall is there to make a choice in the first place
most place the holder - depending on the room available next to the toilet bowl itself between 24 and 30 inches from the floor level
Answer . 24" from the floor is a good starting point. If the toilet is close to a wall or vanity you may want to increase the measurement to 30" to provide some extra clearance for "large" people.
The toilet paper holder needs to be within easy and convenient reach of someone sitting on the toilet. There should be room between the person and the holder. Also, if possible, avoid placing the holder under the towel rack, since the paper could become wet. The practical way to figure this out is t…o sit on the toilet. (MORE)
Do you mean from the toilet (as in you flushed it down)? Well, if this is what you mean, I'll tell you how. If it was recently and it's STILL in there, then ATTACK IT WITH THE PLUNGER!!! If this isn't what you mean, then I can't aswer that... but in terms of the other answer, if it's still in th…e toilet and it hasn't caused any problems, then either A) by some MIRACLE it managed to get past the toilet loop and is stuck in another spot, allowing the "logs" to get past, or B) the first one (A) did happen, but the toilet thing went down into the rest of the toilet system. I hope this helped! (MORE)
The roll should dispense over the top to the front. This is easier to see and to grab the end of the sheet. The paper's embossion and/or printing is a clear indicator of the manufacturer's intention of installation direction, as these favor the outside of the roll. If you have children it is probab…ly better to install your toilet paper so that it dispenses over the top to the back, as this prevents them from batting at the roll and creating a pile of toilet paper underneath it. I agree with the first opinion... and so do many others! See the Related Link below, and have your say! Correct, the next sheet available is always facing the next customer.. In addition to the above, placing the TP properly "over the top towards the front", prevents the TP from contacting the wall / cabinet which often has condensation from showers, sinks, etc. TP contacting the walls will absorb moisture and end up making a mess. (MORE)
Surface mount there should be small set screws on the underneath side of the bracket. Small screw driver or Allen wrench. Set in the wall, there should be screws at the back of it that secure it.
In general, toilet paper can be dispensed from wither side, seeing as it rolls off. however looking back into the military and at high priced hotels, having the paper roll over and away from the wall show best convenience. This manner also allows for the famous hotel fold which brings an even more a…esthetic feel to a bathroom. (MORE)
Either way, I personally like it over but if you have small children or a pet that likes to spin it, then put it under. The under way will not roll off onto the floor in a pile if it is spun too much.
There is no set rule on how high a shelf should be hung over atoilet. A good rule of thumb is, high enough that no one will hittheir head.
Either on the left or right, 26 inches off the floor and 8 to 12 inches forward from the front of the toilet bowl. Reference: http://www.ehow.com/info_8027723_proper-placement-toilet-paper-holder.html
You don't have to, but hamsters love to chew on them. As long as there is no actual toilet paper left on the roll that they could choke on, it should not be a problem.
Where ever its convenient for you to reach while sitting on the can. Try putting it across the room and see how that works out for you. :^)
601, I guess. . BUT IF YOU USE IT THE NUMBER DECREASES! pEACE OUT HOME DOGS
All toliet paper can clog a toliet...just dont use half of the roll good toilet melts in water
flushing ones toilet paper depends on the grade, you shouldn't be throwing heavy or very course toilet paper into the toilet as it causes blockages. keep to thin toilet paper for when actually using the toilet and use the heavier and courser toilet paper for when drying your hands and put it into th…e basket. (MORE)
scrape out the old thin set that held it in clean up the area whereit came out and use more thin set to adhere it back into the space. *Reads like the answer presumes this is set into the wall. If it isnot, but was instead attached to the wall surface, clean off thebase and use PL Premium to re-atta…ch it to the wall. This will workeven if the wall is tile, but may need some support until theadhesive dries (packing tape will suffice). If you use Tuck Tape asI once did, you will have great difficulty removing it from tile.Regardless of which way it was mounted, ensure that the reason forit falling off is not due to moisture causing the surface todeteriorate. (MORE)
How can you fix your toilet if you flushed the plastic toilet paper roll holder and it is now stuck?
If you are enough of a handyman, you can remove the toilet from the floor yourself and remove the roller. I once had to do this to remove a small hairbrush that one of my kids flushed down the commode that got stuck in the bend of the toilet. To do so, you will need to: 1) buy a new wax seal to… replace the one currently installed at the base of the toilet that creates a seal between the toilet and the floor - you won't see the seal until you lift the toilet off the floor - you will also need to buy replacement bolts to replace the bolts that are currently holding the toilet to the flange in the floor 2) scoop the water out of the tank on the back of the toilet. Use towels or rags to soak up what you can't scoop out. Place the tank lid somewhere away from the toilet where it won't be in the way and won't get broken 3) do the same with the toilet bowl 4) put on some gloves - the next few steps are messy 5) put lots of towels or rags down around the base of the toilet to soak up the liquid that is still in the toilet that you couldn't scoop out 6) pry off the rounded plastic caps on the base of the toilet that cover the ends of the bolts that hold the toilet to the flange 7) remove the nuts from bolts if possible. If you can't unscrew them because they are so corroded, use a hacksaw to cut through the bolt below the nuts to remove them. 8) lift the toilet off the floor and place it on its side 9) dig around in the opening in the bottom of the toilet until you get the stuck item removed - and try not to gag too bad 10) remove the old wax seal that was sealing between the toilet and the floor 11) replace the bolts in the flange that is sticking out of the floor that the toilet sits on 12) put the new wax seal on the flange 13) replace the toilet 14) secure the toilet to the flange again by tightening the nuts on the bolts 15) replace the plastic caps over the bolts (assuming you haven't lost them) 16) put the lid back on the tank 17) flush the toilet a few times to make sure it works and that you have a good seal at the base - if you messed up with the seal on the base - pull the toilet up again and try again - possibly with yet another new wax seal. (MORE)
Place it appx 42" (aff) above finished floor. Be sure it is depth is no more than the depth of the tank top so you do not hit your head when standing up
Depends on the design, but I suspect you set the seat height to the correct position and work from that, not use the waste as a height guide.
Its not only there for convenience, its job is to keep the paper from contacting different surfaces, keeping it clean - pretty good idea considering where it has to come into contact with your body.
What are the guidelines for placement of toilet paper holders regarding height and distance from toliet bowl?
When ever I used install a toilet roll holder on a job; I would 1 sit down on the toilet. 2 Reach over to the most convenient wall surface about next to my knee. Mark the wall and place the toilet roll holder in that position. I have never had a complaint.
Fit E-Z Ancors into the wall for each screw to get a proper grip. Available in Home Depot.
I found a empty toilet paper roll stuffed with toilet paper with a brown tint on parts of it in my sons room when i asked him about it he started acting strange should i be concerned about it?
So your son is collecting used toilet paper ayyee ? ohh i remember those days. Well i would take him to a phycartrist or confront about his poo fetish.
Gerbils will not eat toilet paper tubes, but they will - and can - chew them up. It is entertaining for the gerbils, and their teeth benefit somewhat.
The most common height for a toilet roll holder appears to be 30-36 inches. I always try to fit them within these measurements unless something else is in the way. In some cases the toilet is between a bath and the vanity, so here you have little option but to mount it on the side of the vanity, how…ever high or low it may be. (MORE)
Taking a shower. it will wash off manure I think most of us would just buy some more.
I would install a toilet roll holder around 18" up off the floor. It should be around the height of your legs (or a bit higher) when sitting on the 'ol throne.
it really depends what type of toilet roll holder you have but for most its this: take the little attach thingy out then swap the empty one for a full one and push it back in
It depends on the brand of toilet paper but virgin pulp of soft paper is usually used to ensure cleanliness.
Orientation of an open-ended toilet tissue holder: The open end ofa toilet tissue paper holder should always face you (from a sittingposition). You can turn it faceing away from you, but you'llquickly discover it looks uncomfortably wrong to the eye.
The standard height is 26 inches from the floor. In a small bathroom that you can reach across, the best location would be across the room from the toilet. The second best would be on a wall immediately to the left or right of the toilet. The worst choice is on the wall behind the toilet (to the lef…t or right, not directly behind you) because you would have to be able to twist your body around to reach it, which might be a problem for an elderly or disabled person. Try getting everyone in your family to take turns sitting on the toilet, closing their eyes, and placing a sticky note where they expect the toilet paper to be. Then pick the average location. (This is a good idea if you have little children or a disabled person who needs to be able to reach the loo roll.) If you don't want to drill holes in the wall, you can get a stand to hold the roll, and put it where ever it's most convenient. Make sure you also have storage for extra rolls within reach of the toilet, and get everyone in the family to agree on whether the roll goes "over" or "under". (MORE)
It is preferable if the toilet roll holder is placed within the toilet itself. Usually it is within reach of the person using the toilet.
Yes. The Dollar Tree does sell toilet paper holders along with all different kinds of household items. You can view most of their inventory on their website.
There are several signature hardware stores online to purchase these decorative toilet paper holders. Although I am not sure what you specifically wanted on their, they can have intricate designs and exotic colors. This would be a great opportunity to take a weekend and paint your own decorative toi…let paper holders. (MORE)
Yes they do, they have a fairly good variety. I saw one for over thirty-five dollars that was free-standing and stainless steel. That was the most expensive one I saw.
Yes the Home Depot sells many different makes and models of toilet paper holders. You can get them in a range of colors, and many types of materials. Most are self install and will only take a couple of minutes.
Yes, amazon does sell toilet paper holder. You can find these items in their home & garden section, or their tools and home improvement section. They offer a vast array of toiler paper holders as well.
well, yes as a matter a fact i am ! i reccomend the rose superstore for extra fun ! cya
Firstly DO NOT adhere to the paint. It will be at floor level very quickly. There are a number of differing ways depending on the holder. 1. make the wall around the holder and using a craft knife cut into the paint following the profile then using diagonal light cuts score the paint and and scrap b…ack to bare wall. A good quality resin adhesive is used to cover the holders back place and then the holder help in place whilst the resin dries . This is great if using fast drying resin (from a good builders merchant) 2. scrap away paint to a sound surface again behind where the hold will sit sand the area to about 3 inches of the holder using a reliable type fast dry grab like no nails fit to wall some people use galvanised nails right beneath the holder to take the weight whilst drying but this is unpredictable as the nails need exact leveling etc Then paint back to the holder to make a a seamless finish Preferred option is first one. Although a little time consuming it causes less peripheral damage and can be undertaken when most of the family are away from the hours so that the holder isn't in demand. (MORE)
Depending on what style of toilet paper holder you are looking for, there are a variety of brands which offer a wide range of toilet paper holders -- whether wall mounted or free standing floor models. Some brands include Maitland Smith, Rohl, Pegasus.
One can easily get a toilet brush holder at their local CVS or Walgreens. This can be found in the home car section of any grocery store as well as the other places.
A paper holder is necessary in an office so that papers will be kept organized and not strew around the desk. Paper holders keep your workspace neat and tidy.
There are quite a few places where one can purchase an oil rubbed bronze toilet paper holder. This product can be purchased from FaucetDirect, eBay, and Amazon.
You should throw it in the bowl. That is the correct place for it, just not huge clumps of it.
Toilet paper is used for cleansing one's behind when they have finished defecating on the toilet/loo.