95 days ago

Bidet Spray kit

Alex Neighbourly Lead from Henderson

Selling on behalf:
Multifunction Handheld Toilet Spray Bidet

This toilet bidet spray is combined with a spray gun and a spray gun holder.
Durable, clean and it can save water and avoid wasting.
The swith of the spray gun can control the water flow. It can be used to take shower, clean floor, wash close tool, water flower, wash car and etc.

Installation type: Wall mounted

Please install the toilet bidet spray holder with screws.

Package Contents:

1 x Spray Gun
1 x Spray Gun Holder
1 x Screw Set
1 x Hose


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