Bidet Toilet Seats
Okay, so no one really likes to discuss their toilet habits. Most people go in, do their business, wash their hands, and leave. There's really no need to go into any more detail than that. Or is there? When it comes to toilet habits, toilet paper is the go-to item of choice after using the toilet. But there are other options - perhaps options that offer a more sanitary alternative to using toilet paper. The bidet.
While it may be more of a European thing, and while it may be huge in Japan, the bidet system is really not that common in Australia. When it comes to bidets, there are two main options to choose from. There is the traditional bidet, which is a standalone fixture that sits alongside the toilet, and there is the bidet seat - also known as the bidet toilet seat - which fits directly onto the top of a regular toilet.
Why use a bidet? Proponents of the bidet system say it is much cleaner and more convenient than using toilet paper. Using water means it can be more hygienic than using paper, plus it can be more environmentally friendly. There is no need to buy heaps of toilet paper, and then literally, chuck it all away. But, while installing a full bidet can be expensive - and there may not be room in the bathroom to do that - a bidet seat is a cheap and easy option.
Buying a Bidet Toilet Seat
Bidet toilet seats can offer a range of features, from the standard feminine wash and posterior wash, to an oscillating cleanse and a warm air dry. They can also offer heated seats and self-cleaning capabilities, as well as providing water purification and an air deodoriser. Time to look at some options? Take a look at eBay's extensive range of bidet toilet seats, to compare features, prices and options, alongside a full selection of toilets and plumbing supplies such as bathroom taps .