I am also actively trying to find a replacement toilet seat for this. Mine says Incepa instead of Laufen but in looking at posts around here looks like same company. That picture IS my toilet which I love! But toilet seat never looks "clean" underneath- streaked/stained from cleaning products. Saw a post from UK by someone making wood replacement seat for this model but I'm in the USA. My toilet itself in wonderful condition so hate to replace it for lack of being able to find replacement seat. OR does anyone have any tricks up their sleeves for getting stains out of existing one? Any help would be greatly appreciated!
09:28AM | 08/07/13
Hi , I have the same toilet seat & it's a mess! Finish is peeling off so I have been trying to find a replacement also with no luck. Has anyone found out where we can buy these????? The name on the actual toilet is "incepa" & the name on the seat is " Laufen" looks exactly like Bobs picture. The only other thing to do is buy an "elongated" shape to replace the original, not sure if that would work? This is so annoying , the toilet is still good but the seat is gross!!! Hate like the others to change a perfectly good toilet !
I am experiencing the same problem. Where to go to replace Laufen toilet seat? Toilet is Incepa. Exactly as above pics that were provided by Bob & Jim. Purchased this toilet in 1998, seat is stained and paint is peeling :(
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
08:04PM | 11/14/13
G & E Architectural Products Will start carrying the Incepa/Hampton Eljer/Savannah Seat starting in January 2014
Also the Incepa Atrium and Eljer Tosca Seats in White and Biscuit
I can Special order Bone
Found one through [email protected] - gnearchitecturalproducts.com although the seat isn't listed on the website. He will have them available
in January. Was THIS close to having to replace an otherwise working toilet.
01:06PM | 08/04/14
Just rub it down, prime it with water based Zinser, then paint with water based Muti surface paint made by BEDEC. Needs to be the water based paints as they cure harder. You could use a water based radiator paint but ive found the above to work best.