Children’s Plumbing

Unfortunately, not every family can afford to equip a children’s bathroom or toilet, which would greatly simplify the process of the child’s adaptation to using adult items. This article is addressed to those who have the desire and ability to equip a children’s bathroom.

What is children’s plumbing and how does it fundamentally differ from adult plumbing? Firstly, it differs in size and weight. Children’s sinks and toilets are about a third smaller.

Secondly, there are significant differences in the design of plumbing units. The majority of children’s toilets have built-in tanks. The seat design often does not provide for a lid.

Manufacturers often equip children’s sinks with high sides so that water droplets do not fly onto the walls. Many sinks have a double design. This is convenient if there are two children in the family.

It’s important to remember that children’s plumbing is often purchased by preschool institutions, so the production of double sinks is quite justified.

Children’s plumbing has rounded shapes. It is completely devoid of sharp corners, which are unsafe for little ones. The decorative aspect of the issue is also significant. Lively shapes, colorful drawings, and bright sunny colors – all this will help children adapt to adult life.

Some manufacturers depart from standard forms of plumbing and produce sinks in the form of animal faces and toilets with paws.

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