Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Benefits of a Toilet Bidet

You may have heard of the term bidet, or may have even seen one and wondered to yourself; “what is a bidet?” Taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bidet : “A bidet is a low-mounted plumbing fixture or type of sink intended for washing the genitalia and the anus. Originally a French word, in English.”

In simple English, a bidet is a tool used to wash your butt after using the toilet. I know it might sound funny or embarrassing, but it is actually one of the best things that happened to me, and probably to anyone else who uses one.

If you think about it, we do spend a great deal of our lives in the bathroom. A bidet really makes the experience much more comfortable. Wiping just doesn’t do it! No matter how much you wipe, you’re still not as clean as you would be with water. The bidet was obviously intended for that purpose. Instead of having to sit on a sink, or take a shower every time after going to the bathroom someone decided it would be a good idea to have a dedicated piece of furniture that washes your butt. Its great; you just sit back, relax and press a button while water sprays do the work.

This reminds me of a nice saying I read somewhere that goes something like this: “If you get dog poop on your finger you won’t just wipe it off with a tissue. You will wash it off with water and maybe even some soap. Why not do the same to your even more sensitive body parts after going to the bathroom?” I could not agrees more!

I know what you’re thinking…”Bidets are for rich people, bidets take up too much space, how do you even use a bidet?”

Not all bidets are the traditional ceramic bidets that look like mini bath tubs or sinks. Bidets come in all shapes, sizes, and colors, round toilet and elongated toilet, and warm water and cold water. The new trend of modern bidets is changing the way we look at personal hygiene. Popular modern bidet fixtures that fit right on your toilet in your bathroom even have convenient functions that warm the seat, warm the water, and even clean itself! Prices range anywhere from $50-$1800

For those of you that are like me and don’t want to dive in right into the most expensive bidet then there are some lower budget bidets that are just as effective. They don’t have electrical functions but they still get the job done just as well.

I was very happy with this buy: Royal Fresh Bidet- Easy toilet attachment . It is compact, easy to use and fits right on my toilet. Besides the face of it being low cost, it was also not that hard to install. I thought I would have to call a plumber, but it was pretty straight forward and easy enough to do on my own.

Don’t comprise on your hygiene. Save trees, and stay clean with water. Believe me; you won’t regret using a bidet. Go search the web for bidets and you will eventually find the right one for you, I did!

Article Source: http://www.articlesbase.com/bath-showers-articles/benefits-of-a-toilet-bidet-267279.html

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