Toilets are indispensable sanitary ware in our daily life. At the same time, we need to be careful when buying toilets. Especially when decorating rooms, the selection and purchase of toilets often make us feel tangled. So, do you know how to choose a good toilet? Let's learn about the precautions for buying toilets.
The blockage of the toilet is a major issue that needs special attention. When purchasing, we should focus on the size of the sewage pipe diameter. The larger the sewage pipe diameter, the better the sewage speed. The domestic standard is 41mm.
2. Glaze material
We should also pay attention to the quality of the glaze. Glazed materials mainly depend on their glossiness and uniformity. You can use mobile phone lights to illuminate the toilet surface to observe whether there are snowflakes. If so, it indicates that the toilet has been coated with microcrystalline antifouling glaze, which can effectively prevent dirt residue and growth.
3. Water Saving and Impulse
A good toilet can save water and provide impulse. We can use table tennis to detect the impulse of it. We can put table tennis into the toilet to see if it can be cleaned. If so, then the impulse of the toilet is up to standard. At the same time, we can also see the amount of water saved by the toilet.
4. Water Tank
When we checking the water tank, we should pay attention to whether there is water leakage in it, whether the water valve is closed and if the button has resistance. If the parts of the water tank are below the standard, it will lead to insufficient toilet water and water leakage.
5. Design of water cover and stain
When choosing a toilet, try to choose a toilet with large water cover, which can effectively prevent smell and noise. In addition, scientific stain design is also important. The inner wall of the toilet should preferably be tilted at 45 degrees and the water level is relatively shallow, so that the spray will face back and the dirt will fall straight into the pit, effectively preventing water splashing and isolating peculiar smell.
6. Toilet pit distance
The pit distance of the toilet refers to the distance from the wall surface to the center of the sewage outlet, which is the basis for choosing the size of the toilet. It must be measured accurately, otherwise the toilet cannot be installed.
7. Toilet seat
The toilet seat material is generally PP material and UF material, which can be pressed by hand or stepped on to test its hardness and strength. At the same time, you should open and then close the toilet seat to test whether it is assembled and fitted. Generally speaking, the toilet seat of high-quality toilets is detachable and easy to clean.
8. Toilet Weight
Ordinary toilets weigh about 50 pounds and high-quality toilets weigh about 100 pounds. The better the density, the better the quality.
The above are some precautions for buying toilets. The key point is to pay attention to the material of toilets and their ability to discharge pollutants and deodorize. We must pay attention to the above mentioned precautions, so as to make our life more sanitary and convenient.