Toilet Seat Cushion

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6850 Toilet Seat Cover With Reducer Ring

The 6850 Toilet Seat Cushion with Reducer Ring is a vinyl coated foam cushion that reduces the size of the toilet opening. The cleanable, portable cushion is made of 1-inch foam and have a snap-on design. SHAPE: Oval or round

Padded Toilet Seat Cushion

The Padded Toilet Seat Cushion is a toilet seat cushion designed for use by individuals with mobility or balance disabilities or arthritis. This toilet seat cushion's exterior is made of washable plastic leatherette. It attaches securely to the toilet with four Velcro straps, and it features a cut-out front for personal cleaning. DIMENSIONS: The cushion's height is 4 inches. COLOR: White.

Padded Toilet Seat Cushion (Models 557450 & 557451)

The Padded Toilet Seat Cushion is a toilet seat cushion designed for use by individuals with arthritis. The cushion is made of high-density foam and provides two or four inches of elevation. The cushion is secured to the toilet seat with four hook-and-loop straps. It has a soft Sure-Check vinyl cover providing antibacterial protection, and a cut-out front for personal cleaning. DIMENSIONS (HxLxW): 2 (model 557450) or 4 (model 557451) x 16.5 x 14 inches.

Toilet Seat And Commode Seat Dry Floatation Cushion

Toilet seat Dry Floatation Cushion consists of 2 separate pieces that can adjust to any toilet size. Straps are built into cushion to attach to toilet seat. Contoured air cell sizes, with 2 inch cells on the outside and 1 inch cells on the inside to provide greater seated stability. Weighs approximately 1 1/4 pounds. Commode seat Dry Floatation Cushion is designed to fit commode wheelchair and is custom sized to seat's specifications. Standard size is 16 3/4 inches by 16 3/ 4 inches. Weighs appr

Toilet Seat Cushion (Model 6805)

The Toilet Seat Cushion, model 6805, is made of 2-inch thick foam with a white Naugahyde cover. The cushion fastens to standard closed or open front toilet seat with 4 adjustable Velcro straps.

Parent Category: Toilet Seats General
 
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