What is a bidet for, you ask? Well, water is the best way to clean just about anything. We use it to wash our bodies because it's effective, comfortable and leaves us feeling refreshed. In fact, it's hard to imagine washing without it. You certainly wouldn't use dry paper to clean your face or a dirty dish. Yet, when we go to the toilet, we use dry paper to clean the most sensitive areas of our body. In truth, toilet paper is abrasive, unsanitary and just plain ineffective.

Enter the bidet...a centuries old concept that has finally entered the modern world. Today's bidet is part of your regular toilet, operates hands free, and feels like a luxury rather than a chore. Here's what a bidet might offer you:

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    Why do I love my bidet?
  • Lowers my risk of UTIs
  • Keeps me fresh all through my period
  • Fights yeast infections & odors
  • Made my pregnancy much easier
  • I'm helping the environment
  • Alleviates hemorrhoid soreness
  • My reach isn't what it used to be
  • Keeps me clean between showers
  • Don't have to walk around feeling itchy
  • I don't leave the bathroom 'til I'm clean
  • I'm learning the importance of hygiene
  • My laundry doesn't need extra attention
  • Too much TP is hard on my sensitive skin
  • My arthritis really made wiping painful
  • I don't need help when I'm using my bidet
  • No more guessing...I know I'm clean
  • This is nothing like the bidet I grew up with
  • I never knew a toilet could be luxurious
  • No need for half a roll of TP on burrito night
  • The warm air drying feature is amazing
  • I installed my bidet in less than an hour!

By cleaning properly and thoroughly, you'll be reducing chance of infections, eliminating odors, and feeling fresher without waiting for a shower. And its hygienic benefits can be enjoyed by anyone: male or female, from children to the elderly.

Eco-friendly: The bidet reduces toilet paper consumption 50 - 100%

Over 100,000,000 rolls of toilet paper are consumed every day throughout the world. The United States alone uses over 3.2 million tons per year. In fact, 54 million trees are cut down every year just to produce toilet paper for the US market. In addition, the production process itself is very destructive.

Each roll produced uses:

  • 1.5 pounds of wood
  • 37 gallons of water
  • 1.3 KWH of electricity
  • Harmful chlorine, sulfur, and calcium carbonate

Having a modern bidet in your home will reduce toilet paper consumption from 50 - 100% via the effective cleansing of the warm water wash and optional warm air dryer. In addition, a Swash bidet only uses an average 5-7 cents of electricity per day - even less when the power saving feature is activated. The Brondell Swash bidet supports both a green lifestyle and a luxurious bathroom experience. Who says you can't have it all?