Some people still believe the world is flat, while the rest use bidets It’s no secret that Americans have a serious toilet paper habit — the U.S. spent $9.6 billion as a country on TP alone in 2014, according to business research company Euromonitor. Even though we apparently can’t get enough of the fluffy stuff, the rest…

When will American Embrace using a bidet? Bidets are not only great for personal hygiene, but great for our environment as well. Did you know that on average each person uses about 50 pounds of toilet paper per year? By using a bidet we can cut that number significantly and improve our health at the…

More Americans are waking up and finding bidets are better for health Many of us may think that bidets are for the wealthy class in America and foreigners, this stems from a certain taboo that still looms over the idea of a bidet in all bathrooms. Americans love their toilet paper, this is reflected in the almost…

There is a a lot more than you think to the Advantages Of Bidets An increasing number of Americans are rediscovering the 18th century French toiletry innovation called a bidet.  A bidet is a bathroom device that cleans a user’s private areas without the need to reach around.  There are three basic bidet designs: 1)      Autonomous…

  A Bidet can Help those with Disabilities The bidet (pronounced “be-day”) originated in 18th century France when the practice of washing the entire body was believed to be unnecessary and impractical.  The word “bidet” is derived of the French word for pony because the earliest versions required the user to straddle the device as if…

Revealed: Little Known Ways to Prevent Urinary Tract and Vaginal Infections in Females Almost every girl, teen or adult woman experiences a urinary tract and/or vaginal infection at some time in her life. The urge to urinate frequently, burning and discomfort of urinary tract infections are annoying and can become serious if not treated quickly….

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS FOR TOTO WASHLETS (BIDETS) FUNCTIONS What actually happens? Washlet Wand When you press the “cleanse” button, a wand, about the size and shape of a fat pencil (that was previously hidden under the seat) automatically extends, washes itself, and then sprays a carefully aimed aerated stream of water for a few seconds,…

The history of the Bidet Bidets originated in France around the year 1710. The purpose of the bidet was to cleanse the private areas. At the time most people only bathed about once a week. The bidet is a method for personal cleaning that uses a stream of water instead of toilet paper that can…

Environmental Benefits of Using a Bidet Did you know that the average American uses 57 sheets of toilet paper per day? That’s 20,805 sheets per year or more than 50lbs. For each and every American! That adds up to more than 100,000,000 rolls of toilet paper per day or from an environmental perspective, more than…

Do you really feel clean after using toilet paper? Millions of households use toilet paper for their most basic personal hygiene provision. But how effective is the use of rolls and rolls of toilet paper? Does it actually clean up thoroughly enough to prevent health problems? What does the average individual do when they dirty…

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