Bidet T-Valve for Skirted Toilet
Installing a bidet seat on a standard toilet is generally quick and easy with no special expertise needed. However skirted toilets present a challenge due to their unique configuration, which can make it tricky to install the t-valve that came with your bidet seat. There’s no need to worry, because we have an easy and affordable solution!
This specially designed bidet T-valve connects to your bathroom’s water supply line at the wall versus connecting to the fill valve under your toilet’s tank. Simply plug your toilet’s existing water hose into one side of the connector and your bidet seat’s hose into the other, and you’re good to go. This setup is ideal for skirted toilets since their fill valves can be difficult to access.
- To ensure that this bidet T-valve will meet your needs, we recommend confirming the size of the connections on your wall shutoff and bidet’s water hose. This T-adapter connector valve for toilet bidets is designed for a 3/8″ water shutoff valve, 3/8″ toilet hose, and 1/2″ bidet hose. If your wall shutoff is 1/2″ or if your bidet seat hose is 3/8″, this T-valve won’t work.
- This T-valve isn’t compatible with TOTO Washlets, which come with a T-valve already fused to the bidet’s water hose. If you’re installing a Washlet on a skirted toilet, you’ll need to purchase an extension hose that’s compatible with your toilet tank’s fill valve. Simply connect one end of the extension hose to your toilet’s fill valve and the other end to the Washlet’s T-valve. Then connect your bathroom’s water supply hose to the T-valve and you’re in business.