On Sun, 15 May 2016 15:07:44 -0400, "dadiOH"
I'm poor at chemistry
The bride wants a bidet added to the toilet. Since about to have a new
toilet (sitting in the garage) installed I figured add one to the
She seems concerned with the "plastic" and mentioned the metal one.
It's a $30 difference in each unit. A little bit of reading, the
polycarconate one would be fine. No children at home. Seems difficult
to break under normal use.
Pics: https://tinyurl.com/h8ull5t ("plastic")
The units are made ~20 miles from my house so parts would be easy to
get if necessary.
Plastic would be fine IF it is polycarbonate. in fact, I would prefer it
since won't rust and steel does. Particularly in close proximity to ****
+1 It is " polycarbonate", per the factory web site. USA made, local.
Did you know that polycarbonate is used for bullet proof "glass"?
Yes, I did find that with some searching. Same with jet fighter
canopies. Which makes me think is will be just fine. Thanks.