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christophert

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  1. For a piece of flimsy Chinese plastic, I disagree. Apparently
  2. No, it's from a reputable chandler 👍
  3. I've found somewhere that sells them for £25 but currently out of stock. I'll call them Monday to see if and when they'll be having more in.
  4. It's a new trend. I 3D printed it myself.
  5. 😂😂 😂 I have considered that and may do so. Cheers 🙂
  6. I could, then everyone could afford them and I won't be ripping people off.
  7. Great idea. I won't buy one, I'll make one out of an old bean can I have which I was going to use to make a carburettor for my uncle's second removed cousin's aunt.
  8. I see you're into photography. Nice photos. Here's mine. https://500px.com/p/christiller?view=photos
  9. It's still a rip off regardless. Not only B&Q but almost anywhere. There's not enough competition when it comes to narrowboat accessories so they put the prices up because they can. Also Thetfords are made in China. It's still a cheap piece of plastic. Not worth the money. Made in China. 😄 Okay, I'll try my best
  10. I wouldn't be asking the questions if I could !!
  11. It has started to look grubby and no amount of cleaning will bring it up nice. It's also starting to bubble in places. Using the spray, I can, using a fine wet and dry to smooth it off hopfully give it a new lease of life. At the end of the day, it's a piece of plastic and they're asking far too much for a replacement.
  12. I wonder how they justify the price, as I can pop to B&Q and buy a good quality toilet seat for around £10
  13. No I don't. I only replace it when it needs replacing.
  14. I have a Thetford 200CS and it's that time of year to replace the toilet seat. Does anyone know where I can get one at a reasonable price, as they seem expensive for what they are. I've even thought of using Rust-Oleum AE0030001E8 400ml Direct to Plastic Spray Paint - White at £9.49 from Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001W03PPO/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza#:~:text=Rust-Oleum AE0030001E8,Brand%3A Rust-Oleum or try this link https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B001W03PPO/ref=ask_ql_qh_dp_hza Has anyone used this and if so, did it do the job? Cheers, folks
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