Bidet System Installation

Bidet System Installation

Bidets are primarily used to wash and clean the genitalia, perineum, inner buttocks, and anus. Some bidets have a vertical jet intended to give easy access for washing and rinsing the perineum and anal area. The traditional separate bidet is like a wash-basin, and can be used for many other purposes such as washing feet.

bidets are weird”, “Why do I want cold water shooting up my butt?”, “I thought bidets were just for women.”

Have these thoughts ever crossed your mind? Well, here it goes: heatjet is clearing up the most popular misconceptions about electronic bidet toilet seats, bidet attachments, and bidets in general. Whether you saw one while traveling abroad and asked “what is a bidet” or you tried using one and had an “interesting” experience, bidets really are very simple to use and the best way to improve your bathroom hygiene and ensure a clean, healthy well-being.

  1. Bidets are messy.

Despite what pop culture comedies may lead you to believe, bidets aren’t jet-propelled water guns designed to soak the unwary user.  Modern bidet spray heads allow you to adjust both the position and pressure in order to provide you with the most comfortable experience possible.

  1. Bidets are just for women.

Have you ever walked into the men’s room and wondered, “what’s a bidet doing here??” Contrary to popular belief, bidets are not just for women.  Although the bidet is very effective for maintaining feminine hygiene during menstruation and pregnancy, it is also very hygienic for men to use along with or in place of toilet paper. Bidet seats, bidet attachments, and hand-held bidet sprayers are ideal for men, women, children, and the elderly. Regular use of an in-house bidet provides a hygienic clean for all your private parts.

  1. You need soap in the bidet water to properly clean.

The misconception about the need for soap to properly clean yourself is false. Regular use of harsh and abrasive soaps to clean the genital area can result in the drying out of the mucosal lining, which actually leads to an increase in the risk of infection, anal fissures, lichen sclerosis and inflammation. The medically-recommended way to clean the genital region is warm water.

  1. Bidets are weird / I don’t feel comfortable using one.

If you have ever travelled abroad you probably have come into contact with a bidet. You may have wondered what the “odd” fixture was for when you were sitting on the toilet. Strangely enough, most of the bathrooms around the world are equipped with a bidet – even in so-called “third world” countries. They are surprisingly few and far between in the United Kingdom. Unfortunately, our outward “clean” appearance may be deceiving because we are ultimately ignoring the cleanliness of the most intimate and important parts of our body. Your first bidet experience may be awkward and different but after getting used to this new method, you won’t want to go back to wiping with toilet paper. When it comes to benefits, bidets seem like a no-brainer. Go ahead and give it a try.  Heatjet  understands that it’s foreign to us to use a bidet, but we promise that once you get used to it you’ll actually miss your bathroom.

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