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Brondell SimpleSpa SS-250 Thinline Dual Nozzle Bidet (Non-Electric) EXPIRED

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Healthy Homestore via Amazon has Brondell SimpleSpa SS-250 Thinline Dual Nozzle Bidet (Non-Electric) on sale for $24.74 when you 'clip' the 25% Off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks KlutzyPuppet

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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.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...CH70&psc=1

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How easy are these to install?
Really easy, I have 3 of these. Can install in 15-20 minutes. You just use the T adapter and put it inline. I am not mechanical at all and installed them easily.....They are awesome for the price.
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Might be a crazy question but do we still need to use toilet paper to remove the wet spot?
I don't use tissue because to be perfectly honest and blunt there is too much wetness down there once you spray. So I keep a stack of microfiber cloths and use those
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Thanks for sharing, already have two of those and are great. Easy to install, 15-20 minutes. Will buy for my third bathroom.
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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.
I had the opposite experience. I purchased the luxe bidet and even at its lowest setting, the spray was shooting out stronger than any super soaker watergun. I had to install an additional control valve to decrease the pressure to comfortable levels.
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This is just not true.
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I had the opposite experience. I purchased the luxe bidet and even at its lowest setting, the spray was shooting out stronger than any super soaker watergun. I had to install an additional control valve to decrease the pressure to comfortable levels.

Do this experiment (if possible)

Use a non electric bidet - wipe with TP after
Use an electric bidet - wipe with TP after

Its a night and day difference. To get a good clean you really need a good force going. Also warm water in a cooler climate is heaven in the morning. I had a non electric bidet and then upgraded to an electric one. Its night and day. Just my experience.
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Bought this and love it but be sure to buy a plastic T valve so you don't strip the plastic threads on your tank when you install.
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is there any instructional video of this thing at work..?
how does it handle cleaning hairy butts..? Big Grin

in for one, maybe two..? saves me from going through 30+ sheets of toilet paper and having to reach to wet it at the faucet every time i pinch off a loaf..!!
but seriously does it come in bone color or just the white..?
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Bidet is life changing for sure. I can't believe it's taken so long to get to the states.
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$25 is cheap for a major life upgrade. The decreased height of this bidet will likely obviate the need to buy toilet seat bumpers or print out the bowl bumpers I designed on Thingiverse.
yes that's very nice. I have one non electric unit (two toto). I don't need bumpers but must use a wooden seat so as to provide the necessary clearance.
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Why is a bidet better than a $0.50-$1 squeeze bottle that you can better aim and manipulate? Sure you have to refill the bottle but that's all the maintenance required.
You would have to stick your hand down into the bowl under your crotch for proper angle (next to caca) then also explain to people why you have a plastic bottle sitting on top of your toilet seat instead of spending measly $25. LOL

I spent few hundo on toto, worth every penny.
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You would need a hot water pipe next your toilet, which isn't really that common.
The hot water connects to the sink, which in most people's bathroom is probably next to the toilet. You probably don't need hot water if you live in California, but in New York you do. In the winter the cold water can numb everything.
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Why is a bidet better than a $0.50-$1 squeeze bottle that you can better aim and manipulate? Sure you have to refill the bottle but that's all the maintenance required.
https://www.amazon.com/Brondell-G...B008CSDKSQ

The difference is water pressure. The bidets you connect to your water plumbing has enough pressure to give you an enema or anything "stuck" halfway.
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Not the best for installing a toilet cam in case anyone was wondering
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I don't use tissue because to be perfectly honest and blunt there is too much wetness down there once you spray. So I keep a stack of microfiber cloths and use those
You throwem out or you wash and reuse?
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