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Brondell Bidet for $24.74 - which is the lowest price I've ever seen it on Amazon. Price drops only if you clip the 25% off coupon on product page.

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Installation is really simple. Just YouTube a video if you're not experienced with handling anything water-related.

You do not need to shut off the main water valve to your home. Your toilet should have its own water valve you can shut off. The difficult part will honestly be removing the toilet seat and you might as well clean your toilet while you're at it. Installation should take 10-15 minutes.
a fair warning, however... a lot of the toilet and under sink shut off valves are quite poorly built and if they are 10+ years old, they can fail when you turn them on/off. if its not difficult to shut off the water to the entire house, i suggest doing that instead as those valves are of much higher quality.
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For those of us that live in the Northern parts of the country, our water temperature can easily get into the 40s during the winter. Without a heater, this would definitely be something!

This one has hot water: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Most homes do not have the water pressure for an effective clean. You can always increase your water pressure at the home entrance but that will increase your water bill. So, my recommendation, go with an electric pressurized/heated unit, it will be awesome especially in winter.
Wait till thanksgiving for deals on electric units.
This is just not true.
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I just installed this one a week ago. Grabbing a second one for the powder room.

Definitely an easy install and a much cleaner look than any bidet we've ordered before.

Downside is the nozzle was not adjustable so you have to scoot. The control is also very sensitive so rotate... s l ow l y
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Yes, this thing has massive water pressure so be cautious. Also, if you are in a cold climate the water can be freezing. I love ours but my wife hates it with a passion.
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Might be a crazy question but do we still need to use toilet paper to remove the wet spot?
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Might be a crazy question but do we still need to use toilet paper to remove the wet spot?
yes but it's much cleaner than just smushing poop in your butt and you definitely will use less toilet paper since the toilet paper would mainly be to dry yourself. There are bidets that have the air dry option that works fairly well but this works great as well.
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I have tried this and it is better than biobidet one in terms of design. Just don't understand why people waste so much money on tissue paper.If you want to fund Koch brothers and their agendas, just donate to them directly, why cut trees ?
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I've been wanting one of these but I'd imagine it shoots water upwards and I could totally see my 2 year old and 6 year old playing with it and shooting water all over the bathroom. I think i might have to pass unless thats not really what would happen.
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This one has hot water: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
You would need a hot water pipe next your toilet, which isn't really that common.
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You would need a hot water pipe next your toilet, which isn't really that common.
I have both cold, hot and cold AND one of the electric ones. It's preferred to have the sink close by to get the hot water connection underneath, but one can always buy a longer length tubing from any hardware store if the hot water connection is further away. And it's a must to have hot water connection in Midwest or get ready to have ur ass numb w/freezing cold water 😂.
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Love bidets. The ultra clean feeling you get is to be experienced. I hate the feeling of tp.
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Price for business went up to 26.99 now , what 24 before, ahhh damn you Amazon. , nevermind seems 1 put 2 and coupon only works for 1 and thats what was throwing off the price in cart. Yeah its $20 for business users. but you can only get one. The reg price is 32.99 with 25% off for regular accounts
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