I wanted to install a hot and cold water bidet on my toilet, so I need to get hot water from the pipes feeding into my faucets. The issue is that the pipes from the valves to the faucet are all copper, so I can't just install the included T joint (unless I can?). So I want to replace the copper with a braided stainless steel one from amazon:
KES IUS2024-P2 Faucet Connector, Braided Stainless Steel - 3/8" Female Compression Thread x 1/2" I.P. Female Straight Thread, 24" Length x 2 Pcs (1 Pair)
The issue I have now is that the faucets itself uses copper pipes, so I need to somehow connect the stainless steel pipes to the copper one.
I clearly don't know anything about pipes, so any help would be great. I also thought about just replacing the faucet out right, but I kinda like my current one.