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Bathroom WC

Post by Steve1960 » Thu, 01 Aug 2013 1:11 pm

Anyone know where I can buy a cheap toilet WC? I can find several places offering designer bathroom products but they are expensive. I am in an HDB rental so would prefer to replace with similar quality :wink:

Kicking myself. When we moved in 15 months ago I didn't notice the cracks in the pan or cistern in good time to report it to the landlord. It was about 2 months before my wife pointed them out to me.

Last night water started leaking from a crack in the cistern no doubt aggravated by me changing the flushing mechanism recently. Currently sealed with silicon but looking at the number of cracks on the pan it could just fall apart one day when I sit down to do my business :oops:

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Post by sundaymorningstaple » Thu, 01 Aug 2013 2:16 pm

Most HDB estates will have a hardware store that can tell you where to obtain a standard WC as is normally found in the average HDB. Caroma is one such brand.

I cannot vouch for the following link but give 'em a call and see what they say... (just from a quick google search 'water closet brands singapore')

http://www.renohub.com.sg/waterclosets.htm

http://www.hoekee.com.sg/
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Post by Steve1960 » Thu, 01 Aug 2013 2:22 pm

RenoHub just what I am looking for thank you.

Didn't see that one when I was searching. Saw the other one along with several others.

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