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Any know where I can find childrens toilets

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atworknotworking Thu 17-Sep-09 06:48:42

I am trying to find toilets that are child size like they have in schools does anyone know where I might find some that don't cost £300+ each shock


Posted in nurseries as well for maximum infiltration to MN grin

nannynick Thu 17-Sep-09 07:01:07

Try getting a quote from Plumbing Trade Supplies - PTS

Plumbware have them, but will be around £200+vat.

FourArms Thu 17-Sep-09 07:04:38

Second hand ones here, but probably gone by now

Armitage Shanks is the main maker of small toilets I think.

Katymac Thu 17-Sep-09 07:54:59

Very hard to get hold of & expensive.....sorry you didn't want to hear that did you grin

atworknotworking Thu 17-Sep-09 10:45:02

Thanks guys, been a great help X

Can't believe how expensive they are though.

FourArms Thu 17-Sep-09 11:22:18

Could you compromise with one of those two in one seats?

atworknotworking Thu 17-Sep-09 12:15:34

Thats not a bad idea - do you mean the plastic ones that fit onto normal size toilets?

Think its the height really as well, would like a very low level for the 3 - 4 yr olds to manage better.

bran Thu 17-Sep-09 12:21:50

It might be cheeper and easier to raise the floor. I'm sure a carpenter could make something that would fit exactly around an existing adult loo and you could cover it in lino/rubber matting to prevent escaped wee from soaking through it.

atworknotworking Thu 17-Sep-09 12:54:28

Cor thats a bit clever, will have a look at that as I need 6 toilets so might be a much cheaper way of doing it thanks.

BrieVanDerKamp Thu 17-Sep-09 13:09:04

Are you a CM?????

Why are you getting 6 toilets??

bran Thu 17-Sep-09 14:47:25

It would obviously be cheaper not cheeper. blush A wooden frame might make a bit of a noise, but it's likely to be more of a squeak than a cheep. grin

Children's loos make me think of visiting Amsterdam Zoo where they had family cubicles with a big loo and a little loo. DS was thrilled, "Look Mummy, you're doing a wee out of your bum and I'm doing a poo out of my bum and we're together." grin

navyeyelasH Thu 17-Sep-09 15:55:47

we got a really small one from b&q, not designed specificaly for children, but the pan is very low! Cost £50 I think.

nbee84 Thu 17-Sep-09 18:51:42

What about a wall hung toilet and hanging it lower to the floor. Like this one.

Disclaimer Am not a plumber and don't know if you need a minimum height for the plumbing at the back!!! grin

nbee84 Thu 17-Sep-09 18:54:56

And looking at it again I can't see the cistern bit so maybe that is extra???

*Is definetely not a plumber*

atworknotworking Thu 17-Sep-09 20:24:00

I never thought that you mnetters would be so knowledgeable on toilets grin

Youv'e all got some fab ideas that I hadnt thought of thanks a lot.

BrieVanDerKamp I am a CM but fed up of working like a nursery so I've decided to open one instead, not as easy as I thought but up for the challenge.

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