I can’t help you there, however...
Last year, my next door neighbor decided to re-do his bathroom. This was an original bathroom in a 1950’s era house. The toilet was a baby blue...and I know this because he left it sitting in his backyard, in full view of the neighborhood, for several months.
He eventually sold it to someone who was into vintage toilets. Never knew there was a market for such things!
We redid a bathroom last year, completely removing everything down to the stud walls. The old toilet was a champ...3.5 gallon flush, perfect working mechanicals...the only toilet in the house that never had a single issue. The problem is...it is powder blue.
So I have been storing it ever since. Figured someone might be interested in the flush size since you can't buy them these days (The one that sucks down golf balls actually works pretty well, but maybe someone wants to save $150 bucks). I put a ad on CL for $20. Only one reply..from a restaurant owner in Brooklyn who said he was tired of his customers clogging his 1.5 gallon toilets every few days. I said he'd come down and give me $100 for it. Ok, I was only asking 20, but whatever. Naturally I never heard anything further. So there it sits, lonely and forlorn without any butts to warm it in the cold garage.
So my next idea is to try to change the color to white or something else. Could be a fun little project. But there is little info online about how to re-paint...different how-to guides suggest all sorts of paint types, some even suggesting not to do inside the bowl because the coating would come right off. I don't buy that advice else a million boat owners would be pretty ticked off having to dry dock every 2 weeks.
Has anyone ever actually re-colored porcelain glaze?
Virginians, everyone for that matter, need to take the fight to the SC. People need to protest outside of their homes, their places they eat at, etc etc.. Time for the everyday American to become an activist