Thanks to recent restrictions “Panic Buying” has caused a shortage of toilet paper across the western world but is this a bad thing? People are being forced to find alternatives to loo paper as a backup but users of modern bidet sprays are wondering what all the fuss is all about.
What are Bidets?
The modern bidet no longer looks like a strange foot bath, taking up precious space in your bathroom. Neither do you have to remove yourself from the toilet as you once did to use the old-style bidets. The modern bidet now comes in a variety of forms, from luxurious fully integrated toilet seat units with warm air driers to compact travel electric washlets.
If you are new to bidets, consider this… If you had mud on your hands, would you..
Use a paper tissue to clean the mud away?
Use water to rinse the mud from your hands? Using water to clean between the cheeks is not only more hygienic but leaves you feeling completely clean too.
Are Bidets Easy to Install?
A bidet spray or Bum Gun as they are sometimes known takes less than 30 minutes to install and can be fitted to almost any toilet by a competent DIYer.
If you don’t feel confident fiddling at the back of the toilet, there are a number of portable bidet sprays or travel bidets that you can buy online. These discreet devices are equally as effective and can be taken in a handbag or pocket wherever you go. If there is a shortage of toilet roll in the supermarket, you can bet your bottom dollar there won’t be a square left in the public toilets!