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Biographie A basin used for washing, (now) particularly a permanently installed sink, fitted with a water supply and a drain, for washing the hands and face. It can be made of various materials, such as ceramic wash basins that are very common choice among many households in Singapore. Although in recent years, market have been flooded with many different types of bathroom sinks and vanities creating confusion for homeowners on choosing the right products. However, ceramic wash basin are still the most popular choice among most families. Simply because of its core advantages that is irreplaceable. Ceramic have been tested through time and can last really long so there is absoultely no doubt about its durability even after many years of excessive use. It’s resistance to stain makes cleaning easy which is one of the main reasons people choose to use ceramic basins. On top of that, it's eco friendly yet cost effective since not much maintenance is required.

The vanity washbasin enriches the washing area with lots of storage space. Together with the matching furniture, the vanity washbasin gives you an especially elegant and uniform look. The cabinet module and the shelving space ensure plenty of space for daily bathroom utensils. They offer lots of practical and easy to clean shelving space, perfect for a family bathroom as a double washbasin.

The matt color counter top wash basin is resistant to cracks, scratches, fading, heat and wear. The simple design with mat color make luxury bathroom .It is popular in Europe. All the glossy white design can have matt white or matt black color. As well as wall mounted wash basin, glossy white counter top wash basin and mable pattern wash basin.

A toilet is a piece of sanitary hardware that collects human urine and feces, and sometimes toilet paper, usually for disposal. Flush toilets use water, while dry or non-flush toilets do not. They can be designed for a sitting position popular in Europe and North America with a toilet seat, with additional considerations for those with disabilities, or for a squatting posture more popular in Asia (see squat toilet). In urban areas, flush toilets are usually connected to a sewer system that leads to septic tanks in isolated areas. The waste is known as blackwater and the combined effluent including other sources is sewage. Dry toilets are connected to a pit, removable container, composting chamber, or other storage and treatment device, including urine diversion with a urine-diverting toilet. The technology used for modern toilets varies. Toilets are commonly made of ceramic (porcelain), concrete, plastic, or wood. Newer toilet technologies include dual flushing, low flushing, toilet seat warming, self-cleaning, female urinals and waterless urinals. Japan is known for its toilet technology. Airplane toilets are specially designed to operate in the air. The need to maintain anal hygiene post-defecation is universally recognized and toilet paper (often held by a toilet roll holder), which may also be used to wipe the vulva after urination, is widely used (as well as bidets).

The wall hung toilet uses an edgeless toilet design, which can effectively prevent dirt from accumulating in the toilet. Since the toilet has no rims, there are no hidden cavities This makes the inner surface much easier to clean compared to a conventional toilet. And compared to conventional PP (Polypropylene) seat covers, UF (Urea-Formaldehyde) seat covers are high quality and scratch-resistant. UF seat covers are easy to clean and do not lose their shine even after years of use. At the same time, due to the different surface materials, this toilet can be divided into matt color wall hung toilet and glossy white wall hung toilet.

A dual flush toilet is a variation of the flush toilet that uses two buttons or a handle mechanism to flush different amounts of water. A lesser amount of water is designed to flush liquid waste and the larger quantity of water is designed to flush solid waste. The system was developed by Japanese sanitary product manufacturer TOTO in 1960. It was equipped with two levers and built-in hand-washer, and was also revolutionary in that it reused the water in the hand-washer for flushing. However, it was not well known outside, or even within, Japan. In 1976, American industrial designer Victor Papanek proposed the dual flush system in his book Design for the real world, but the first practical implementation was designed in 1980, by staff at the Australian sanitary-ware company Caroma, with flush volumes of 11 and 5.5 litres. The design caught on, and a redesign in 1994 cut water usage to 6 and 3 litres. The dual-flush toilet has become almost universally adopted in Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, and Israel, with its use in new buildings often mandated by legislation in those countries. The more complex dual-flush mechanism is more expensive than many other types of low-flush toilets. A typical flush toilet is a ceramic bowl (pan) connected on the "up" side to a cistern (tank) that enables rapid filling with water, and on the "down" side to a drain pipe that removes the effluent. When a toilet is flushed, the sewage should flow into a septic tank or into a system connected to a sewage treatment plant.

Toilets are an integral part of any bathroom. Whether you’re in the midst of a remodel or your old toilet is leaking and needs replacing, you'll be faced with several options when choosing a new bathroom fixture. Toilets come in many shapes, sizes, and styles, including one-piece and two-piece toilets. Traditionally, toilets were made with a tank and bowl bolted together, and some are still sold this way. However, recently one-piece toilets have become an option. A two piece toilet has a separate tank and bowl, while a one piece is all connected. But there are other differences, too. One piece toilets are typically heavier and easier to clean, and there’s less space for bacteria to grow. Because two piece toilets feature a detachable tank, they're more customizable for preferred styles and heights. Both styles can include bells and whistles like bidet attachments or low-flow energy saving. Also, either can be shaped in the standard styles: elongated, which is slightly longer, and round. Because one piece toilets are heavier, they can be more expensive to ship if you order one online. Both toilets work well. 
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