Originally Posted by gobigohome
Where or how did you make the cover. i.e. cutting of the plastic not just the hinges, and how much do you have into the addition.
I like the tab on the right side to pick of the lid. I also agree on the dew in the morning can be a pain on the toilet seat and a increase of the usage of TP for cleaning the seat of
The hinges and fasteners were under $20 McMaster-Carr
, and I poached the acrylic out of my buddy's scrap pile. If you don't have a plastics supplier where you are I'm sure you can find something online (I know Online Metals carries some sheet plastic products Order Plastic Acrylic Sheet in Small Quantities at OnlineMetals.com
). Acrylic can be cut with most woodworking saws, if you don't have access to a bandsaw or a tablesaw you could use a jigsaw and a straightedge.
PS- I now see you're in Golden, so I would recommend Plasticare in Sheridan for the acrylic. They have a scrap bin and will even cut it for you for a price.