Why buy a bidet toilet seat ? Here are 5 important reasons to get one this year:
Sure, the idea of having a spray that washes you after every toilet use is nice, but how important can a bidet really be? You know - for the world? Let's break it all down.
Bidets are environmentally friendly
Did you know that the average Swede uses around 40 rolls of toilet paper every year? If you live with others, your household probably uses close to 150 rolls per year. Together, Swedes use more than 300 million rolls of toilet paper annually. That's a huge amount of moist tissue going down the drain completely unnecessarily.
Since toilet paper is not environmentally friendly, all of this is extremely important. All the waste of paper accounts for approximately 2.3 million dead trees, 675 million liters of water consumed, more than 1.5 million tons of emitted greenhouse gases and upwards of 1,900 GWh of electricity each year.
If you use a bidet instead, you will contribute to reducing the burden on our environment. With our bidets, you need an average of 3dl of water for each use. Compare this to the 74 liters of water required to make a single roll of toilet paper, and you should be fully convinced that you made the right choice.
Bidets are hygienic
Part of the reason why bidets are so popular around the world is that they are very hygienic. If you think about it, using toilet paper has always been a flawed system. After all, dry drying does not remove the harmful bacteria, which can result in large. When using a bidet, however, you almost completely eliminate these worries.
By using a bidet with its purifying water jet instead of toilet paper, you get rid of troublesome bacteria, which in turn cause infections and inflammations. As a result, using a bidet reduces the risk of bacterial prostatitis, which currently affects around 8% of men.
Bidets also provide great health benefits for women. For example, to avoid urinary tract infections, which are caused by so-called E. coli bacteria, bidets are also particularly important for women who have undergone a so-called p erineotomy during childbirth. This procedure increases the risk of UTI and can also result in pain during traditional drying.
Bidets reduce discomfort
In addition to all this, bidets can also provide a more comfortable bathroom experience. But don't take our word for it - listen to the pros!
"It's common for people to see a doctor for discomfort in the anal area because essential oils have been wiped away... people who use bidets are much less likely to have problems with rashes and discomfort and irritation." Quote from Alan Kamrava - Colorectal and General Surgeon based in California
When you don't use friction-inducing toilet paper, you have a lower risk of developing hemorrhoids, but you also don't run the risk of suffering from unpleasant irritation.
Our bidets are easy to install
The installation process of a bidet takes less than 30 minutes and is a very good investment and upgrade to your existing bathroom situation.
Using a bidet is also a fun experience. Once you try it, you won't want to go back to a regular toilet seat.
The future is here, and bidets are here to stay. Jump on the train today!