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White cap shower valve

Posted by LSDchic (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 24, 13 at 15:20

What is the white cap called? I need to buy a replacement.


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RE: White cap shower valve

It's called and escutcheon, usually.


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RE: White cap shower valve

Are you looking for the ceramic white cap that has a hot or cold written on it that goes in the center of the handle ?


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RE: White cap shower valve

thanks palimpsest

lillo, yes i'm looking for ceramic white cap. I don't need hot/cold written. Plan white is good enough


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RE: White cap shower valve

The escutcheon is the white thing to the right, those are handle buttons or caps

Here is a link that might be useful: DEA bath


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RE: White cap shower valve

The link supplied above has them . I have the axor Montreux hansgrohe set , it has the white ceramic cap . You can find them in the accessories of that set .


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RE: White cap shower valve

Thank you both :)


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