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Everything You Need to Know About Bidets

Going Zero Waste

Bidet Curious?
Bidets aren’t popular in America, but they’re incredibly popular almost everywhere else in the world.

Ever since Justin heard about Japan’s Happy Toilet, he’s been dying to get one.

Since buying the house, we’ve been doing some home upgrades that are better for the environment. We got a new low flow toilet and a bidet attachment. (It’s really difficult for me to write this post without giggling like a little kid) The attachment does not use electricity and only cost around $50.00.

I would highly recommend buying one both for cleanliness and saving toilet paper. Even if you’re renting, you can take the attachment with you so you won’t lose your investment. It’s very easy to install and uninstall.

Bidets originated in France in the 1700’s. We've graduated from hand application to water pumps to modern remote controls. Bidet attachments, in America, are most popular with the elderly, people who suffer from arthritis, or anyone who has difficulty turning.

They help cut down on urinary tract infections, passing diseases and wash things away rather than wiping bacteria in and around your skin. It’s just much more effective and sanitary, I promise. Plus you'll be saving toilet paper and water (a roll of toilet paper takes 37 gallons of water to make!)

How does it work?

The dials control the temperature and the strength of the water stream. A small stream of water comes out of the back and sprays around and/or in your butt hole to wash away anything that may be left behind after you finish your business.

Ladies, if you lean forward, you can also clean your vagina - optimal for that time of the month.

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