People’s tendency is to cringe when you mention a bidet. They look at you like you’re strange. They wonder what kind of person would want to use such a bizarre device. Maybe they don’t know the many benefits to installing a modern bidet into your bathroom.
Also, majority of people do not know that toilet paper is bleached to make it white and contains perfumes and chemicals that can cause irritation. This is the reason that water is a more soothing and comfortable way to clean.
What if your hands are dirty? You wouldn’t only wipe them off with toilet paper, right? You would clean them under water and soap, and then dry them off. That said, why use toilet paper when cleaning your behind? It’s a sensitive area that demands proper hygiene. Having an attachable bidet in your toilet will provide you the cleanliness you deserve.
2. Pays for Itself
Toilet paper is expensive. The average cost of a 12-pack is between $8-$15. Over time, you will spend much more than purchasing a high quality bidet. Even with a large family you will use a small fraction of the toilet paper you would without a bidet, with better and cleaner results. Think about this, with all the money you save on toilet paper you can buy something better.
Each year 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper are used in America. Installing an attachable bidet in your toilet is an environmentally friendly solution. The amount of toilet paper used by people with bidets is minuscule if you compare to those without. You won’t waste water, and forests will be allowed to triumph.
4. Health Benefits
Bidets prevents and aids with health problems. They have enough pressure, and specialized nozzles. Attachable bidets will help relieve the discomfort that comes from health issues, like hemorrhoids, constipation, and cleansing for disabled citizens. Those with swollen or painful areas will never suffer that pain of rough toilet paper again. They can prevent UTIs (Urinary tract infections) and assist pregnant and handicapped individuals with proper cleaning.
Let's be honest, bidets are fancy, and your butt deserves only the best. While most bidet fixtures are super expensive and take up a lot of space, Boss Bidet is a luxury attachment that doesn't need any additional plumbing. Simple to follow steps will quickly enhance the appearance of your toilet with a high quality modern design by its side. Your family and friends will be impressed when they walk into your bathroom and see this state-of-the-art bidet attachment.
Hygiene is a very important issue for your children's tushy and taking proper measures will help keep them away from getting sick. An attachable bidet will also help them to learn hygiene habits. Washing themselves after every visit to the bathroom will be a great reminder for children to follow when they perform bathroom hygiene.
7. Prevents Clogging
By substituting a bidet for wet wipes, you will drastically reduce the amount of plumbing issues in your bathroom. Unlike toilet paper, wet wipes are thick and do not easily break down when flushed down your toilet. If your house is not connected to the city sewer system, your septic tank will have a limit. With a bidet in your toilet, you will reduce the amount of waste you’re flushing.
8. Better for People with Mobility Issues
If you or one of your family members suffer from a disability or injury that causes problems to reach behind them, this can cause hygiene issues. Bidets will eliminate the need for hand wiping. This is also a perfect solution for the elderly and the less mobile.
9. Less Harsh on Damaged Skin
If you suffer from rashes or hemorrhoids, these can be increased by toilet paper. Attachable bidets offer a water spray alternative. As the jets of water help ensure you are clean, this will also reduce the risk for skin damage or infections.
10. Reduces Risk of Infections
Frequent urinary tract infections can be irritating when you have to use curative care treatments. An attachable bidet will help reduce the risk of getting an infection and they will help clean the area and will prevent bacteria entering the urethra.
11. Saves Water
Bidet uses water, but the amount of water it takes to manufacture toilet paper is severely higher. Manufacturing a roll of toilet paper requires 37 gallons of water. A bidet uses an eighth of a gallon.
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