Toilet Bidets

Toilet bidets, also called ceramic bidets and separate bidets, are an indispensable part of almost every family in Italy, France and other European countries. And they are mainly used for cleaning after people use the toilet. If we just apply the toilet paper for the follow-up cleaning instead of rinsing the bum with water, it's impossible to completely remove the residue. Therefore, toilet bidets provide an efficient and sanitary solution for this problem.

The earliest bidet can be traced back to the beginning of the 18th century. The word "bidet" is adopted from French, which originally means "pony", a kind of small horse. So as the meaning implies, we need to straddle the bidet when using it, which is just like riding a horse. It's all right to face the faucet or face away when washing with water, and then wipe our skin with a towel.

Generally speaking, the installation position of toilet bidets is parallel to the toilet so we ought to ensure in advance that there is still enough room for placing the bidet in the bathroom. In terms of installation methods, bidets can be divided into wall-mounted and floor-mounted types to suit the actual situations and a range of special needs. Although many people don't have the habit of using the bidet, it is undeniable that toilet bidets play an important part in safeguarding human health and saving resources and energy. For people with sensitive skin or special hygiene requirements, bidets offer a comfortable and gentle experience for the human body, greatly improving the local sanitary condition. And compared with using toilet paper, the application of the toilet bidet reduces the related expenses and wastes, which develops a healthy and environmentally friendly living habit.
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