I don't know what diverter valve handles look like, but what about
drilling a hole in one and attaching a plastic rod or a nylon string
that goes low enough for the short person to use. The rod will let
him pull it down and push it up, or the string will let him pull it
down, and then it's the problem of the tall person what to when he
A string might not require a hole, just a notch or maybe nothing at all,
depending on the handle.
There are stores that sell just plastic, in all shapes.
A wooden dowell would work too, until it rots, which would take a long
time if painted.
I'm no longer sure it would take a long time, even if painted. Maybe
water would sit on it, not evaporate, and seem in through invisible
cracks on the paint?? I don't konw. But iIt would take longer than if
Nothing specific. I thought it might be worth looking at some
sites to see what suppliers of such things would have. I don't have the
foggiest idea how people in wheel chairs tend to their daily hygiene.
Possibly there would be a water controller that would be easier for them
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