The bidet drain is an essential part of a bidet converter kit that comes with a spray nozzle. The bidet drain consists of a filler tube, for supplying water to the nozzle and a canister, which sucks the water from the tank and dispenses it through the nozzle. The commonly used filler tube is made from plastic, while most of the canisters are made from metal. You can identify the existence of a bidet bid is when you find a red hose at the bottom of the canister with a little opening at the drained end. But, you might wonder how to can cap off your bidet drain.
A bidet is a toilet accessory used to clean the genital and anal area after using the toilet. It can be operated by hand, foot or electrical power.
It depends on whether you want it for hygiene purposes or not. If you want it for hygiene purposes then this step can be skipped and the water will come directly from your toilet pipes (if there is no way to turn off the water, use a bucket).
A bidet is a toilet accessory used to clean the genital and anal area after using the toilet. It can be operated by hand, foot or electric power (function), but we find it most comfortable when it is operated manually because then you won’t have to worry about your muscles developing bad habits.
The bidet drain is the hose that comes out of your toilet tank. It’s there so you can empty it and clean it without having to get up from the throne.
And there you have it! Hope this helps, and good luck with your bidet (or toilet) installation!