When Thinking About an Attachable Bidet for Your Toilet, There are Many Misconceptions Floating Out There
Posted by Madwriter on December 11, 2014
When thinking about using an attachable bidet for your toilet, there are many misconceptions that people tend to believe. Americans in general feel bidets are just weird devices while others wonder the benefits of jetting water on your, er, backside. So whether you saw one while traveling abroad or if someone suggest you use one, you might have misguided beliefs about them. So, read on and we can clear matters up.
Contrary to widespread belief, bidets aren’t exclusively for women. We concur that a bidet is very effective for maintaining feminine hygiene, especially during menstruation and pregnancy, but men can benefit from them as well. In fact, bidets are great for women, men and children of all ages.
Others have the misconception that bidets are messy and unsanitary, but this couldn’t be further from the truth. If you want an example of messy and unsanitary we have two words for you; toilet paper. If you were to eat a messy peanut butter and jelly sandwich, would you use toilet paper to clean your hands or would you prefer using the sink and plenty of water. We hope you see our point.
There are those who think bidets waste water. Let’s address that untruth by telling you the process it takes to create a roll of toilet paper. Skip that, we don’t have time for that, let’s just say it takes roughly six gallons of water just to produce one roll of toilet paper. Now you tell us which method wastes water.
Get with the 21st century and buy a bidet.