Monday, August 6, 2007

Eureka! I Have Found The Perfect Toilet!


. . . . and I can return that smaller vanity, too. I should be able to fit that big bookshelf, now. I wonder what it would cost to do the walls and floor in stainless diamond plate?
Besides, this one is "suicide resistant" and presumably a difficult base from which to produce quality shanks.

7 comments:

GeorgeH said...

Aluminum diamond plate on the walls and ceiling and vinyl diamond plate on the floor is probably more practical.
With a shower nozzle in the ceiling and a drain in the floor, you can eliminate the space for the shower entirely.

Don Gwinn said...

PERFECT!

It'll be an adventure bathroom--how many kids can say they shower in a car wash bay?

I actually visited an establishment in St. Louis a few weeks ago where the owners had covered the walls and floor with polished diamond plate. I'm sure it wasn't watertight, and the effect was . . . disorienting. Probably had more to do with making vandalism difficult.

Tam said...

Heheheheh... It says "Penal-Ware".

BobG said...

And you don't even have to worry about lowering the seat when you're done...

Matt G said...

Tam beat me to it: "Our Penal-Ware® line is virtually indestructible..."

I used to use that line all the time...

Heh. Heheheh.

Those toilets and basins use troublesome vacuum lines for switches. Works best if you have a pipe chase behind the wall. (And I really wish that I could take my knowledge and expertise of jail toilets and put it aside for something more useful in my day-to-day life.)

Tam said...

You never know when you may need to ... er, ...re-plumb a calaboose?

Larry said...

LOL- I'm actually bookmarking that site for when I open my bar...