I removed an existing bidet but 2 water inlet hoses out of the ground. How do I go about making them disappear before laying new tiles?
It would be best to cut these two pipes upstream of their crossing of the floor to make them disappear by removing and closing them with pipe plugs of the trade (solder connection or mechanical connection). If this is not possible, the best would still be to cut them to about ten centimeters from the ground, and to close them as indicated previously, considering them as pipelines awaiting installation of a possible additional apparatus.
Warning: Do not cut and close the pipes flush with the surface of the slab and then cover them with tiles!
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