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Dual Nozzle Bidet Toilet Seat Bathroom Attachment Non-Electric - EcoHome USA [Dual Nozzle (New and Improved!)] at $19.95 + Free S/H with Prime

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I searched with ASIN, wikibuy isnt showing the price history. how it works?
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How long do you think it'll be at this price?
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I have another $20 bidet on 2 out of the 3 toilets in my House. They are awesome so I will check this one out...
A WORD OF CAUTION
when I first installed mine, it was overnight and I didn't explain it to my kids. In the morning, on of my curious daughters twisted the dial and it attacked! She screamed bloody murder, ran out of the bathroom and locked the door behind her.

Someone misplaced the key so it took a few minutes to get in. Major flooding.

WARN YOUR KIDS!
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I have another $20 bidet on 2 out of the 3 toilets in my House. They are awesome so I will check this one out...
A WORD OF CAUTION
when I first installed mine, it was overnight and I didn't explain it to my kids. In the morning, on of my curious daughters twisted the dial and it attacked! She screamed bloody murder, ran out of the bathroom and locked the door behind her.

Someone misplaced the key so it took a few minutes to get in. Major flooding.

WARN YOUR KIDS!
...or get better kids.
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...or get better kids.
Relax! Mary Poppins..
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How long do you think it'll be at this price?
For 2 hours and 17 minutes
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I have another $20 bidet on 2 out of the 3 toilets in my House. They are awesome so I will check this one out...
A WORD OF CAUTION
when I first installed mine, it was overnight and I didn't explain it to my kids. In the morning, on of my curious daughters twisted the dial and it attacked! She screamed bloody murder, ran out of the bathroom and locked the door behind her.

Someone misplaced the key so it took a few minutes to get in. Major flooding.

WARN YOUR KIDS!
Lmao. Literally happened to me, a grown adult, as well. Sometimes I wish mine had a built in pressure gauge lock. Might give this a try, but probably a electric one once I get a house.
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Oh never mind. This is a cold water only. Not the dual tubing. Useless for my situation.
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I have another $20 bidet on 2 out of the 3 toilets in my House. They are awesome so I will check this one out...
A WORD OF CAUTION
when I first installed mine, it was overnight and I didn't explain it to my kids. In the morning, on of my curious daughters twisted the dial and it attacked! She screamed bloody murder, ran out of the bathroom and locked the door behind her.

Someone misplaced the key so it took a few minutes to get in. Major flooding.

WARN YOUR KIDS!
Thanks for the laugh
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Recently ventured down the path of bidets and my initial concerns were having cold water blast my arse and cleanup after an occasional blow out. I will say that the water is nothing like I expected it would be, I barely notice temperature, it feels refreshing and I much more enjoy cleaning with the bidet over paper. The cleanup issue, while it isn't a frequent thing I am old enough to know it happens at times and I will say that it isn't too bad. Mine has a self clean option which basically blasts water straight down and I'm guessing cleans the wand (arm or whatever apparatus it is that isn't there then comes out when I turn it on, no it isn't a handheld thing) that comes out. For the outer cover around the wand I gently use the toilet brush and then when I am cleaning the toilet gently give it a scrub/wipe down with the soap (Comet).

I'd say if you;ve ever considered or are on the fence, this is a fair price point to try it and then see how you want to go from there (to nothing or electric heated option or what)
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Oh never mind. This is a cold water only. Not the dual tubing. Useless for my situation.
Were you planning to use it for making tea?
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I have a single nozzle attachment and love it. I don't feel clean if I don't use it and it will pay for itself quickly in the amount of toilet paper you save.

I have stayed in hotel rooms that have the front and rear cleaning but thought the front nozzle was basically useless. Maybe it's more for women?
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Had this for 2 weeks. In that time it started to develop a drip from the spray nozzle that slowly got worse everyday. Next thing I know my son comes running down the hall saying it's on. The switch was set in the off position yet it was spraying full blast and I had to turn it off at the valve. Amazon wanted me to send it back to the company before I got a refund.
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If you're on the fence about the idea of a bidet - try it. I've had one installed for years in a shared house. Every new roommate came in thinking they wouldn't use it, and left asking where to buy one. There is one downside: when you're away from home you have to go back to wiping with paper and calling it good, like some kind of caveman.

In my experience, cold water isn't uncomfortable, and you're not going to want to wait for the warm water to arrive anyway. Not worth paying more and running a separate water line.
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