A bidet is a personal hygiene tool that is beside the toilet in most bathrooms. Mass tourism has introduced this sanitary tool from generation to generation. It is a separate bathroom structure used in cleansing private parts. There are many benefits to using one in your home. If you have a bidet, you will be able to save more because you will no longer have to buy rolls and rolls of tissue paper and using one is also more nature-friendly.
There are several types of bidets. One is the original that is an independent bathroom fixture, the electric and the non-electric bidet. The oldest type of bidet is the original one. If you are going to use it, you have to move from the toilet seat into it. It is usually made or porcelain, making it more costly and requires more bathroom space. You do not need additional space for an electric bidet because it can be installed in the toilet bowl, making it more convenient. While this kind of bidet is cheaper than the porcelain one, it still costs a considerable amount of money so you have to be prepared financially if you prefer this type. The non-electric bidet is the same as the electric bidet but needs no electricity. While it does not have the luxury features of the electric one, it can still perform well.
The main consideration when choosing a bidet is your budget and how much you are willing to allocate for it. Consider the people who will use it. If an elderly person lives with you, your best option is to install a bidet on the toilet seat instead of an independent structure. Another thing to consider is the bathroom space. Installing one is straightforward, especially those that do not need a separate structure because they usually come with instructions on installation. What is important is that you understand instructions well. Call the manufacturer immediately if there are terms you do not understand before you proceed in the installation process.
Evaluate your bathroom and determine if you have enough space for a separate structure. If you do not have enough space, you can opt for the electric or the non-electric kind. Arrange for a plumber to check out your bathroom before you go out to buy. There are separate bidets with sprayers on the center that directs water upwards and others have taps at one end connected to the shower-type sprayer with angles that are adjustable. Some bidets can be attached to the toilet while retaining the toilet seat or you can purchase a combination of bidet and toilet seat. Most have two spray points, one for anal cleansing and one for feminine cleansing. Some are even remote-controlled.
You can also choose a hand-held bidet with spray ends mounted on the wall beside the toilet. The user will have to press the lever to produce spray and use it to cleanse while sitting on the toilet. Both types of bidet will help solve problems that are related to the space available in the bathroom and the mobility of the users.
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