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Ladies, How To Use A Bidet

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by SuiDhaaga, Aug 7, 2020.

  1. SuiDhaaga

    SuiDhaaga Silver IL'ite

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    I have been searching YouTUBE videos on how to use a Bidet, but people just blab blab blab about their travels, how they use it to wash their feet or shave their legs.

    How do you use a Bidet?

    What happens if it comes attached with a toilet?

    What happens if it is a separate fixture from a toilet?

    Ladies, please advise.
     
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  2. Rihana

    Rihana IL Hall of Fame

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    Going to YouTube for how to use bidet.. that's very naughty, SuiDhaaga. :nono:

    Mine are the $35-60 kind that can be attached to the toilet structure. These can be removed easily too, for example, if living in a rented place. The drawback is that it uses the water that also flushes the toilet, so the water is not heated. : )

    Depends on how fancy the bidet is. The simpler ones have a pipe and a faucet at the end of the pipe, that you press, very carefully, to start the water.

    I didn't know that there were bidets unattached to the toilet till I read your query. So, I googled (avoiding videos) and found this article whose author has a sense of humor.
    How to use a bidet – it's easier than you think
    I gathered that with the stand alone bidet, one does one's business in the toilet, and then scoots over to the bidet to clean up. : ) This bidet is like a toilet sans the lid.

    Buy a simple one from Home Depot and try it.
     
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  3. SuiDhaaga

    SuiDhaaga Silver IL'ite

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    LOL, but it's just cleaning one's bottom


    I live in an apartment built in the 1960s. How would I attach to old toilet structure?

    Very carefully? I guess one should shock their bottom.

    Scoot over to clean the mess? I prefer the built-in variety.

    And I cannot unsee the YouTUBE video where the lady is putting her dirty feet in the Bidet. Who would sit in that? Shudders!

    I like Home Depot.
    Gotta see if I can attach to my 1960s toilet structure.
     
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    Our toilet doesn't seem to accommodate this, do you know of any Bidets that attach to the sink? Not the hand-held ones, but those that shoot out of the toilet.

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    I find very difficult using the western toilet when I wear my salwar pants. How do I wash my private parts. Sorry to ask. Please help me and Thank you in advance.
     
  6. nuss

    nuss Finest Post Winner

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    Most European and a few Asian (Japan) and South American countries use a standalone bidet (France, Spain, and Portugal for sure). I have seen some in the USA (in National park somewhere I don't remember) as well. You just sit on it like a toilet or facing towards the lid/water...depends on what you need to wash.
    The jet attached to a toilet (or a small shower head like attachment) is very common in India. I have seen many Indian friends in the USA have installed these. You can get from any hardware store or Amazon.
     

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