Bidets

How they’re made

Pottery is made by a blend of clays, fillers and fluxes being fused together during the firing process. A white or coloured glaze is applied and is fused chemically and physically to the clay body during the same firing process. The finished product (vitreous china) has a very hard surface and is resistant to fading, staining, burning, scratching and acid attack. Due to the firing process and natural clays used, it is normal for the product to vary in size and shape, and +/- 5mm is normal. All pottery has a lifetime guarantee.

How to look after them

We recommend that pottery be cleaned with warm soapy water. A form of liquid soap may be used mixed with water to create a cleaning solution that will not stain the pottery.

 

Standard Bidet

standard bidetThis is the most common style of bidet. The bidet is freestanding and compliments most modern bathrooms. It is available with 1 tap-hole only.

Recommended requirements: Standard bidet 1 tap-hole, 1 tap-hole bidet mixer (including pop-up waste).

Why choose this bidet: Suits most modern bathrooms.

Handy hints: Please note some bidets are not supplied with fixings.

 

Wall Hung Bidet

wall hung bidetThis is a very modern style of bidet and is designed to be installed with a cistern base cabinet. The bidet has no contact with the floor and all of the cistern fittings are concealed in the cistern base cabinet, giving the bidet a modern and fitted look.

Recommended requirements: Wall hung bidet 1 tap-hole, bidet mixer (including pop-up waste), cistern base cabinet, wall-hung cradle.

Why choose this bidet: Creates a very upmarket, modern look. Has a more minimalist look, ideal for small bathrooms

Handy hints: The wall hung bidet is complimented by the wall hung toilet and semi-pedestal.