Tibbers Bidet Non-Electric Self-Cleaning Nozzle Bidet
Last updated date: September 14, 2020
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From The Manufacturer
Environmental Protection: Through bidet cleaning, it can effectively reduce the use of toilet paper, not only environmental protection, but also save the money you buy toilet paper. Self-Cleaning Mode: You can turn on the self-cleaning mode after using the product or before preparing to use the product, clean the nozzle, and bring you a healthier cleaning. Simple Installation: The package contains all the installed accessories. No other installation tools or plumbers are needed. You can install it manually with your family. No Need of Electricity: Water pressure is formed by connecting the water pipe and rotating the knob to achieve the effect of water outflow. Professional After-Sales Service: We provide professional after-sales service. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us and we will deal with them within 24 hours.
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An Overview On Bidets
If you like to feel very clean in the bathroom, or if you want to save money on toilet paper, a bidet attachment for your toilet could be a good choice. These tools range in price and function, but it’s possible to get a high-quality mechanical bidet that works via water pressure and allows the user to control the flow of water themselves. If you’re okay with a bidet that jets out unheated water, this could be a cost-effective option for you. That said, heated options do exist.
Estimates suggest that using a bidet could cut your toilet paper costs by as much as 80 percent, or an average of $280. This is on top of the environmental impact you’ll make by using water instead of paper. Even better, homeowners with septic tanks can count on fewer cleanouts if they use a bidet instead of toilet paper since the latter takes up more space in a tank (though it does break down over time).
Mechanical bidets use the water pressure that already exists in your toilet’s supply line to provide the spray you’ll use for cleaning. You should look for a bidet that also has a sanitary cover for its nozzle, which guards against germs entering the nozzle while the bidet is not in use.
Bidets can be either single- or double-nozzle. Generally speaking, those who prefer an all-around clean might want to opt for a dual-nozzle bidet. They also are popular amongst mothers who have recently given birth. Single-nozzle bidets are more straightforward, offering a hygienic solution to toilet paper.
DWYM Fun Fact
The bidet has been around for a very long time. Invented in France in the 1600s, bidets were considered the second step to the chamber pot. Both items would be kept in your bedroom for easy access.
Originally, a bidet looked more like a stool or ottoman than anything else. Designed with four legs, and often made of wood, the seat of a bidet might even be disguised with leather or even wicker to help it blend in amongst other furniture.
The Bidet Buying Guide
- Who will be using the bidet you purchase? Consider whether you want an all-around clean from a dual-nozzle model, or whether a single-nozzle model will suit your purposes.
- What is the look of your bathroom, and how much space do you have next to your toilet? Be sure that any bidet you are considering will match the aesthetic of the room. Slim-profile bidets are also available for a lesser visual impact and to take up less space.
- Mechanical bidets rely on the water pressure in your toilet’s supply line to work. It is possible to install a bidet by yourself, and most will come with any tools or parts you need in order to do so. Be sure to read the instructions thoroughly before you get started, and contact a trusted plumber if you get stuck.
- Bidets should have a sanitary cover or guard for their nozzles to maintain good hygiene. Look for these covers to be on both the front and rear sprayer for your own protection.