The Japanese Bidet

There is little in the way of pure, peaceful and relaxing toiletry like the Japanese bidet.  This item is also known by other names, including that of the washlet, and it is incredibly common to see in Japan.  Pretty much every single home has at least one and they are constantly using its pure pleasures for their hygiene and just plain enjoyment. Read More…

Why I Use a Non-Electric Bidet

It’s a topic not a lot of us want to talk about – or at least not in the open.  But regardless of our own privacy, personal hygiene is a matter that concerns everyone, and if you are to buy the right bidet to take care of yourself, then you had better consider your options. Read More…

Why Buying One Bidet is Better Than Endless Rolls of Toilet Paper

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Bidets are the wave of the future for those hygiene enthusiasts who feel that hand wiping between their buttocks just isn’t good enough.  It’s not hard to understand why one would be less than enthused about the prospect of how clean his or her rear is after wiping.  With the modern day pressures of work, school, kids, Internet, games, movies, books, theater, and heaven only knows what else, it can be intimidating to have to waste what little time we have left tending to our backsides.
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Bidet Health Benefits

Learn how the BIDET can be beneficial to you…

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How Attaching a Bidet to Your Toilet Seat Can Change Your Life

I think most people have heard of a bidet, but not many seem to use it which is a shame because it is probably the single most revolutionary invention since Benjamin Franklin invented electricity.

There are many benefits to using a bidet, which can be attached to any size toilet seat.  They are easy to install and can be ready to rock within fifteen minutes.  There are literally no health risks when using a bidet.  They can turn your life around in the time it takes to blink.
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Brief History of the Bidet

In 1710 the first written reference was made to a unique piece of furniture nicknamed a bidet , which is the French word for ‘pony’. This moniker was chosen because of the manner in which the bidet was straddled, like riding a horse. The exact date and specific inventor are disputed, only its origins in France are certain.
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Why Bidets Help Elderly People, the Disabled, and the Obese

Are you stuck caring for someone who can’t clean themselves?  I am talking mostly about old wrinkly folks, people with legitimate physical disabilities, and the grotesquely obese.  These people may have difficulty wiping themselves, which can make toilet paper the enemy instead of the trusted ally it has become to the rest of us.
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