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cassandrascott24

Hmmm, Sara Levy Designs... I just put my dirty laundry in a charity bag tucked inside my linen storage basket then hoik the bag out when it's getting full. Larger items such as towels/bed linen go straight into the wash... carried in my arms. No need for a chute. Nice idea but seems a very expensive way to go about this.

And another thing: It's great creating extra storage space by boxing in the toilet cistern/plumbing etc but what about access if anything ever needs repairing?


   
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cassandrascott24, the only access you need to these wall hung toilets is behind the push button flush plate, which pops off easily. You no longer need to open the top as the cisterns have a different technology - no more ball and chain.

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cassandrascott24

I have an old fashioned toilet with a cistern & piping behind it. A neighbour of mine boxed her pipework in, using ply and tiling which created a useful ledge and looked so much nicer but when she sprung a leak.... I too have had to call out the plumber so maybe not for older style loos!


   

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