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Top 5 Reasons why Bidets are better than toilet paper!

Ah, the bidet. Beloved by some and misunderstood by many. These days, with growing concerns about the environment and health, people are converting from dry, nasty old toilet paper to bidets in droves. And it isn’t just a fad; people from all over Asia and Europe have been using bidets since the dawn of modern plumbing, and their pipes are all the healthier for it. America’s just been lagging behind all this time.

Have you been thinking about joining the bidet revolution? Here are five reasons you should, and soon:

1. Bidets are cleaner.

Think about washing your hands after doing something particularly messy. You use soap and water to wash your hands—you don’t just wipe them off with a piece of dry paper and assume it’s all good. (At least, we really hope you don’t.) So why should your butt be any different? Bidets don’t just give you a feeling of freshness; you’re actually clean and germ-free.

2. Bidets mean healthier bottoms

And not just because they clean your bottom better. Listen, your bottom is one of the most sensitive areas of your body, and toilet paper can be chock full of chemicals and all sorts of nasty things. Paper is awfully abrasive and can leave you with little tears down there, where all sorts of germs and nasties can get in, causing hemorrhoids, abscesses, rashes, and fungal infections

3. Bidets are best for women and new mothers

If you’ve ever been on a period, you’ll know how things can get a bit uncomfortable down there after a long day of breaking glass ceilings. Bidets can help keep you fresh all day long. New mothers will also reap the benefits of portable bidets. You don’t have to carry around giant packs of wet wipes in your diaper bags anymore—all you need is one portable bidet and you and baby are all set!

4. Bidets help us save trees.

About 37 gallons of water are used to make one roll of toilet paper, and nine million trees are cut down every year to keep up with demand. Maybe that’s just us, but it sounds like a heck of a lot of resources wasted on wiping your bottom.

5. Bidets are better for our waterways.

By now you’re probably thinking, “Well, I’ll just use wet wipes! They’re soft and gentle and clean better than dry toilet paper, right?” We hope, for the sake of our world’s sewage system, that you’ll think again. Wet wipes aren’t biodegradable, and they pose a huge problem for our sewage systems. They get caught up in horrific blobs of waste, fat, and other non-biodegradable detritus called “fatbergs.” In fact, in 2017, they found a fatberg under Whitechapel, London, that weighed over 130,000 kilograms.

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What is a Bidet Attachment?

Boss Bidet Toilet Attachment

Attachable bidets became very popular in the U.S. over the past few years. They have all the features of a stand-alone bidet, but they will make your life easier as an all-in-one-place solution. Our amazing bidets attachments offer adjustable sprays, adjustable pressure and more great features from the control panel. They are still inexpensive, and holding a great eco-friendly mechanical (non-electric) and ergonomic design, bringing to your home, what we call “The Future of Hygiene”.

What is a Bidet Attachment?

Our bidet attachments offer a similar water spray or the same kind of controls that a stand-alone bidet or bidet toilet seat. They’re smaller and fit between your existing toilet and toilet seat. But the best part: You don’t need to replace the existing seat! As they offer most the functions of a stand-alone bidet or bidet seat, our bidet attachments work just like their big brothers. Our attachments will spray water from their dual nozzles. A great feature is these self-cleaning dual nozzles are also retractable (when not in use) allowing for the feminine wash for the females in the house and posterior wash for the whole family, avoiding the need for unpleasant maintenance efforts and they will provide a fresh shower clean feeling.

Both (attachable and portable bidets) feature the same basic ability: removing feces remaining after elimination, aiding feminine hygiene for menstruation, pregnancy and postpartum cleansing, cleaning before & after sexual activity, assist senior citizens and disabled individuals, relief hemorrhoids pain and itch, relieves constipation and prevent many diseases like urinary tract infection (UTI), among many other great health benefits.

The pressure control will be of particular help to those troubled by constipation and is the result of good research and manufacturing quality.

Picking the best bidet attachment for everyone could seem difficult, but here at Boss Bidet, we worked hard to design our products and offer reliability and great features at an affordable price, backed up by dozens of positive customer reviews and feedback.

How to Install a Bidet Attachment?


One of the many advantages of an attachment over a bidet seat (in addition to its lower cost) is that they’re really easy to install. You can do it yourself in only 15 minutes.

All you need is the width of the T-adaptor (included with your purchase of any Boss Bidet | Bidet Attachment) to match your toilet. The good news is, that it is a universal toilet fit that will work with any standard two-piece toilet available on the US market. Another thing that helps that “universality” is the fact that our bidet attachments are 100% eco-friendly! They are mechanical devices that require no electrical connection. So, you will get a new healthy life, and also will help the planet and our forest by reducing the use of paper to only 1-2 sheets when drying after using your Boss Bidet | Bidet Attachment -- a hands-free water cleansing for front and rear cleaning. It is designed to be used for both, female and male individuals, giving them a perfect fresh shower clean feeling.

Don’t worry if you’re not a skilled do-it-yourself when it comes to home improvement, anyone can install a bidet attachment in no more than 15 minutes.

You won’t even need a screwdriver, but we recommend an open-ended crescent wrench to ensure a great fit.

You need to remove the toilet seat, by removing the plastic “wingnuts” underneath the toilet (near the back.)

Place the attachment adjusting the brackets until they line up with the toilet holes. Then reattach your toilet seat by screwing the toilet seat back in place. Tighten everything down, finger tight. (Never over-tighten.)

Next, you need to turn off toilet water supply by turning the valve on the wall (usually near the base of the toilet). If you don’t find it there, maybe you will find it’s under the sink. To move forward, you need to drain out the water by flushing the toilet.
It’s always recommended to put some towels under the hose assembly (just in case) to catch up any residual water when disconnecting the hose from the toilet tank.
Make sure the rubber washers are placed carefully into the supplied adaptor. After that, connect the adaptor to the toilet tank, reconnect the water connection hose to the adaptor.

To finalize, connect the supplied Boss Bidet hose to the adaptor and bidet inlet. Open water supply and flush the toilet.
For more details, please see your attachment’s installation manual or check our video tutorials (Click Here).
 
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