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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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Ordered one. Any tips on cleaning the dual nozzle version?
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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.
i dont have this exact model but i have the same complaint with the one i do have. i have to slowly open up the valve to its very minimum setting or else my butt gets a pressure washer blast. im not very mechanically inclined but the thought of adding another control valve never crossed my mind and would be perfect. would you be able to provide a link to the valve? im not exactly sure what im looking for.
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Just wash them. No different than drying yourself off after a shower and washing that towel.
Yuk, lol

imigine a guest picking up one of your used butt towels to dry their hands or face off, only to be hit with a curious odor!!


I buy mid/higher grade toilet paper so that it doesn't come apart when I dry butt after spray. Also is a check method to make sure spray got all the debris!

For others:

Also my 2 year old and other kids haven't mess with ours in guest bathroom, We tell them not to touch and they listen, also keep the lids down. But.... a couple curious guest have sprayed themselfs and a wall when curiosity got the better of them and had to turn it on to figure out what it was.

I'll never go back to pooing without one, wipes suck, and showers after poops are time consuming!

I agree with others about cold water, even when its 30-40 outside the cold stream isn't a shock like you would assume it would be in that sensitive area.

As for why buying a bidet, or if you think it is gross... Would you clean a wet dog crap off concrete with a water hose or smush it off toliet paper, trying to clean everything in the cracks off?
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Ordered one. Any tips on cleaning the dual nozzle version?
You can pee on it. The ammonia in the urine is a good disinfectant.
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I have the single nozzle version.
Best option for a non-electric bidet.
Low profile and aesthetically nice.
Water pressure is strong so you need to fine tune your lever turning.
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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.
Was going to say the same, the older twist knob shutoffs are junk and you're almost guaranteed that they will leak after you touch them, which will initiate an emergency call to a plumber, unless you know how to replace them. The newer style quarter turn shutoffs work much better.
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No go for me, too many reviews stating that it begins leaking after a few weeks.
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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.
I had mine for over a year and no issue with hose, leaks, etc.
I think it is quite a value compared to electric versions.
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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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I know what you mean. Turn slowly and stop
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I bought two of these. Very easy to install. They have very strong pressure, the "clean" function seem to be just meh. But it does its thing, no warm water option. You have to get use to the cold and strong water.
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What do the bidet aficionados do when they need to take a dump in toilets unequipped with bidets?
Two words: water enema. I'm addicted to it, but once you've had one, you'll wonder what took you so long to try it. I have the Brondell Freshspa and it does a good job (high pressure enema followed by gentle clean). But it raises the toilet seat which is annoying, so this model with the thin design should be better. When I go on vacation, I have to make due with a child's nasal aspirator for the enema and the Brondell Gospa travel bidet (for the cleaning only, not enough pressure for an enema). This is probably TMI for most people.

Anyone with the Brondell Freshspa and this one want to comment on any differences? Hope they are similar.
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man, couple years ago the basic bidet was selling for about $17 . . . wow 47% inflation
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When I go on vacation, I have to make due with a child's nasal aspirator for the enema and the Brondell Gospa travel bidet (for the cleaning only, not enough pressure for an enema). This is probably TMI for most people.
when i go on vacations i just use water and my hand
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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
obviously a hose is impractical and a bidet bottle / squirt bottle is very practical
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