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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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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!
it just makes you tougher Stick Out Tongue
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I live in a place with Canadian-like winters and have never needed the warm/hot water option. Bought an electric one with the heater and it took time to warm the water and was a noticeably weaker spray. Went back to a regular valve style with just cold water and it's not an issue.

You're less sensitive down there than you think.
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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.
Why stop there, save yourself a dollar and use the hose outside? Sure you'll get weird looks from the neighbors but you'll never be asked to let their cat out again
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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.
I installed this exact model last year and it sprang a leak in the hose connecting to the turn valve within 3 months. So now every time you turn the valve to use it, it leaks water underneath. You get what you paid for.
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it just makes you tougher Stick Out Tongue
It can also make parts of you smaller. I have this bidet. Can confirm.
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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.
If you're worried about kids playing with the bidet, install a shut-off valve on the water connection of the t-adapter.
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I prefer the hand held spray bidets but I wish there was one where you did not need to shut off the valve every time. These seat bidets don't require shutting off the water so not sure why there can't be a hand held one that doesn't require it either.
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You throwem out or you wash and reuse?
Just wash them. No different than drying yourself off after a shower and washing that towel.
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What do the bidet aficionados do when they need to take a dump in toilets unequipped with bidets?
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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.

do this experiment (if possible).

install a new electrical outlet in the water closet and ensure that you are in a GFCI protected circuit suitable for wet environment that adheres to the breaker ampage

(don't forget that for a bidet that has a water heater, you may need to run a dedicated circuit depending on energy requirements)
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do this experiment (if possible).

install a new electrical outlet in the water closet and ensure that you are in a GFCI protected circuit suitable for wet environment that adheres to the breaker ampage

(don't forget that for a bidet that has a water heater, you may need to run a dedicated circuit depending on energy requirements)
Thats exactly what I did, hence my recommendation.
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Just wash them. No different than drying yourself off after a shower and washing that towel.
Idk I just feel funny about throwing that in the washer that everyone uses.

But I just ordered this, I might give it a try with what you suggested.
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thanks op, finally pulled the trigger on one of these to try. looks like a pretty legit company, lots of positive reviews
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How about this one?
https://slickdeals.net/share/iphone_app/t/13430914
it looks like it may require that you turn the valve on/off with every use.

i read something about the components possibly failing under constant pressure & i'm not about to risk flooding my house over it.
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I have this. Makes my ass smell great. A little flexible but works well.
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