Question: We just remodeled are bathroom and it looks great, with one exception. We have an ugly piece of copper pipe coming out of the wall for the water supply to the toilet. What can I do to cover this piece of pipe?
Answer: Clean the copper pipe to get any grime and anything else that may be stuck to it. Apply a coat of metal primer and then a finished coat of paint that will match the wall or tile color on the wall behind the toilet.
For future reference you could have had the plumber install a chromed brass pipe for the piece of pipe that exits the wall.
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