Adapters for Your New Bidet
Thinking about getting a bidet toilet seat? Even a DIY beginner can quickly and easily install most bidets with just a simple T-connector or plumbing adapter.
Steps to Get Started
Before you start your toilet’s transformation by adding a bidet seat, bidet attachment or bidet sprayer, it’s important to:
- Determine what type of adapter you need.
- Decide if you want an on/off feature.
- Measure your toilet’s inlet to make sure your adapter will fit.
Choose the Correct Adapter
If you are worried about curious kids spraying your bidet or guests not quite knowing how to use it correctly, you can choose an adapter with a feature that allows you to turn off the water supply with a simple twist of the nozzle. This gives you peace of mind, knowing your bidet will be ready to use when you need it, but you won’t find a soaked toddler if you turn your back for a few minutes.
We also have adapters with features such as plastic threaded necks to prevent leaks and T-levers so you can adjust the water pressure.
One-piece and TOTO toilets are constructed differently and require a specific type of adapter that connects at the 3/8 water supply angle valve instead of the toilet tank inlet. These adapters are affordable and simple to install, so you can get a bidet without replacing your entire toilet.
Our braided toilet supply hose adapters also come with a T-lever on/off and pressure control switch, as well as a long hose to fit any toilet height.
If you have questions about what adapters you need for your GenieBidetTM, call our friendly customer service representatives for help any time.