William Bronson wrote: What sort of set up are you planning for the thigh activated faucet?
Burra Maluca wrote:In my experience mineral deposits are going to form along the pipes and block them. It might take a few months, but make sure the system is set up so you can clean or change the pipe easily.
Me --- Hey, that might work as some sort of butter substitute.
Burra Maluca wrote: Admittedly his pee was kinda strong as he wouldn't drink enough, but the tube would clog up surprisingly quickly.
Dale Hodgins wrote: Hey, that might work as some sort of butter substitute.
R Scott wrote:And here I thought this was in ulcer factory talking about Dale's other posts....
I might use a chunk of soft copper for the S trap--the copper should help prevent any growies. You definitely want a trap and probably a screen to keep out crawlies.
William Bronson wrote: As a service plumber I have found urinals do clog with calcium deposits.
The acid in the product CLR should do the trick, but having a removable trap is more important.
I like your activator idea, might have to steal that...
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