The traditional bidet is a porcelain bathroom fixture about the height of a chair used generally for bathing the external genitalia as well as other parts of the body, such as the feet. In decades past bidets were commonly used for performing one’s morning and evening wash (commonly known as “toilette”) and are common bathroom fixtures in many European countries.
In today's comtemporary lifestyle, housing and lack of bathroom space has led to innovative solutions for bidet users. The Electronic Bidet is a seamless integration between toilet seat and bidet. Commonly known as a “japanese toilet” or a “washlet” the electronic bidet was first introduced by Toto Ltd. in Japan a few decades ago and has since become a standard accessory in most Japanese homes.
International travellers will have encountered electronic bidets in top Japanese hotels, or throughout parts of Asia.
Water is an important part of our daily routine - we wash our cars, dishes, clothes in water. We wash our hands regularly in water and dry them with warm air. Using tissue to wash your hands is just not as effective. The same is true for your personal areas.
If cleanliness and hygiene are important to you, then you will find the bidets to be an integral part of your lifestyle and general family well being. It’s the best way to get that hygienic shower fresh feeling (aside from actually having a shower!).
Bidets are excellent for general family hygiene, as well as: