General Bidet Discussion - the good, the bad and the ugly

Eric

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Installed a bidet and now I'm not sure how I've ever lived without one, the experience is eye opening :oops: but you've never felt cleaner.
 

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I had the Maderna trotts for 24 hours. legs felt like rubber by the time my ride home was done. a little slower the last day or two.

Wait. What's this? The moderna vaccine makes people poop?
Hey, you guys want me to tell you more about my bidet? This seems like the opportune time, game changing, you've never felt more clean... it's a shower for your butt without having to take a shower!
 

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Hey, you guys want me to tell you more about my bidet? This seems like the opportune time, game changing, you've never felt more clean... it's a shower for your butt without having to take a shower!

It's like a cleansing spring rainstorm....IN YOUR CRACK!
 

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Hey, you guys want me to tell you more about my bidet? This seems like the opportune time, game changing, you've never felt more clean... it's a shower for your butt without having to take a shower!
yep it was a game changer after the vaccine.
 

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well poop is not the right term. sprinkler would be more the right term.
Wait....how long does this roughly last? I’ve been blaming it on this Athletic Greens supplement I’ve been taking.
 

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Hey, you guys want me to tell you more about my bidet? This seems like the opportune time, game changing, you've never felt more clean... it's a shower for your butt without having to take a shower!
I’m intrigued, but I’m also cognizant of the fact that aside from the installation cost (extra plumbing, etc.), the average American bathroom hasn’t been designed with enough space for one.

Re the vaccinations, I think this does need to become a rivalry, Team Moderna vs. Team Pfizer. You know, like Ohio State vs. Michigan, or Browns vs. Steelers.

And neither of us deigns to give the time of day to those Johnson & Johnson pussies.
 

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I’m intrigued, but I’m also cognizant of the fact that aside from the installation cost (extra plumbing, etc.), the average American bathroom hasn’t been designed with enough space for one.

Re the vaccinations, I think this does need to become a rivalry, Team Moderna vs. Team Pfizer. You know, like Ohio State vs. Michigan, or Browns vs. Steelers.

And neither of us deigns to give the time of day to those Johnson & Johnson pussies.
They've made them really inexpensive and easy to install now, mine took all of 10 minutes and only takes up a few inches on the side of the seat.

 

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They've made them really inexpensive and easy to install now, mine took all of 10 minutes and only takes up a few inches on the side of the seat.
Last week, hubby and I spent two nights at a B&B downtown just because we needed a little getaway. After using the bathroom the first time in the room he asked me “are you ok? Will you last a night without your fancy toilet?” Such a smartass. But it has me spoiled.
 

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Hmm. I was thinking of the full size dedicated ones. I actually didn't know they made them as toilet accessories (or do you have to buy a toilet with one built in?).

Edit: never mind. Just re-read Eric's post.
 
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Decided this is worthy of its own thread :mrgreen: ))
 

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So can we start making comparisons now? This is mine. American Standard with a whole wireless control panel that goes nicely on the wall.

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had to get one that heated the water or my wife would goose herself. her first attempt on the cold water one was a real eye opener. had to make sure the controls are simple .
 

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bought a bunch of these a bin that clean ones are in and a bin for used ones then wash them when it gets full. no more toilet paper.
 

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So can we start making comparisons now? This is mine. American Standard with a whole wireless control panel that goes nicely on the wall.

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Wow, okay I got questions. Does that panel flip out or do you have to reach behind you to hit the buttons? Also, is is just an attachment (seat) or is the entire toilet? Also, does it blow dry?

Personally, mine's just cold water and hooks into the line, similar to how yours works. My wife isn't really sold on it yet but she seems interested in warm water and all the bells and whistles. We would just have to get an electrician to install the outlet.
 

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bought a bunch of these a bin that clean ones are in and a bin for used ones then wash them when it gets full. no more toilet paper.
Awesome, I was wondering about that, seems a waste to use TP because you really only need to dry, not wipe anymore.
 
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