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Bidet Attachment

Bidet attachments fit beneath your current toilet seat. They are a simple and affordable way to upgrade your bathroom, and do not require power.

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Bidet Seat

Bidet toilet seats replace your current toilet seat, and offer a variety of features and price points. Electronic models will require an outlet near the toilet.

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Bidet Toilet/Digital Toilet

Bidet toilets replace your entire toilet with the ultimate bathroom luxury. They include pinnacle bathroom technology, and require an outlet near the toilet.

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Learn More About Bidet Attachments

A bidet attachment is a non-electric bidet that fits directly underneath your existing toilet seat. You my also have a handheld bidet sprayer, which connects to your toilet’s plumbing and typically hangs on an installed hook next to your toilet. Bidet Sprayers are installed the same way bidet attachments are, except it hangs on a hook instead of sitting underneath your toilet seat.

How to Install a Bidet Attachment

There's no need for a plumber to install a bidet attachment or bidet sprayer. Check out the easy to follow video for a step by step guide on how to install a bidet attachment. If you have any questions or concerns you can always reach out to our support team at (847)458-2334 , email them at support@biobidet.com, or click the chat button in the bottom right of the page.

How to Use a Bidet Attachment

Positioning over the bidet.

Whether you’re using a bidet attachment or an all-in-one bidet toilet, it’s not difficult to correctly position yourself onto the bidet. Bidet attachments, like the Elite3, are designed to let you sit naturally on a toilet seat, do your business and then properly clean yourself by turning a knob.

While more of a squatting position lets the nozzle spray the most important parts of your backside after going to the bathroom, it’s not a requirement.

When water runs through the unit, the nozzle extends to a full cleaning position. When the water stops, it returns to its hidden position. The attachment is designed for pinpoint cleaning, so you don’t have to worry about water spraying on your legs or thighs. The same holds true for bidet attachments that include an additional feminine wash nozzle.

It takes about 20 to 30 seconds of spraying to properly clean your posterior.

Settings and features.

When it comes to features and settings, bidet attachments are more basic than all-in-one bidet toilets and bidet toilet seats, but they can still offer a tailored cleaning experience.

The BB-270 Duo features a temperature-control knob, nozzle selector for a posterior or feminine wash, and a pressure setting knob to adjust the water pressure to a level you’re comfortable with.

Bio Bidet’s most economical bidet attachment, the SlimEdge, doesn’t offer temperature control but does feature adjustable water pressure by turning the knob from left to right.

Whichever attachment you've chosen, one constant is the adjustable water pressure. The farther you turn the knob, the higher the water pressure will be. This makes each wash easy to customize to your needs.

Learn more about bidet attachments and handheld sprayers.

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Learn More About Bidet Seats

Bidet seats offer a variety of features that will bring comfort to you bathroom experience. They attach directly to your toilet - replacing your current toilet seat. With features such as water pressure and temperature control, our bidet seats will help you increase your personal hygiene - while limiting your need for toilet paper.

How to Install a Bidet Seat

There's no need for a plumber to install a bidet seat. Check out the easy to follow video for a step by step guide on how to install a bidet seat.

If you have any questions or concerns you can always reach out to our support team at (847) 458-2334 , email them at support@biobidet.com, or click the chat button in the bottom right of the page.

How To Use a Bidet Seat

Basic Mechanics

The most basic bidet toilet seats don’t require electricity (such as the Slim Zero). Instead, the bidet is powered by water pressure from the bathroom’s water supply. It activates when a knob is turned, releasing the water into the bidet. As the water travels through the system, a nozzle protrudes from the bidet and sprays a controlled water stream on your posterior. Once the water is cut off via the knob, the nozzle recedes back into the bidet, hidden from sight.

Some more advanced bidet seats require electricity and come with either a side control panel, or a wireless remote to adjust the settings. At the touch of a button, you can activate a wash cycle and adjust the nozzle position or water pressure to your needs.

Settings and Features

Higher-end bidet seats that reqire electricity also have some convenient and luxury feaures. These include options like warm water, an adjustable heated seat, a warm air dryer, an auto open/close seat and lid, and even UV sterilization to make sure every wash is as clean as it can be. Each bidet seat comes with an easy to use manual and quick guide that can walk you through your bidet seat's features and how operate them.

If you have any questions on how to work your specific bidet, don't hesitate to reach out to our support team for some extra guidance! You can reach them at (847) 458-2334 , email them at support@biobidet.com, or click the chat button in the bottom right of the page.

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Learn More About Bidet Toilets & Digital Toilets

A bidet toilet is an integrated, all-in-one bidet-and-toilet combo that combines the function of a toilet with the incredible features of an electric bidet. They will revolutionize your bathroom experience with luxurious features such as auto-flush and self-rising lids. Bidet toilets are a total replacement for your home toilet.

How to Install a Bidet Toilet or Digital Toilet

Bidet toilets completely replace your current toilet. They need to be connected to your home’s water supply and sewer system to flush waste. They also require being plugged into a 120v outlet to operate. If you’re at all handy, you can likely remove your existing toilet and install your new bidet toilet. If you’re not mechanically inclined, we recommend hiring a licensed plumber or finding someone who knows their way around a wax ring.

If you decicide to go the DIY route, check out this easy to follow installation manual! Of course if any questions pop up along the way feel free to reach out to our support team. You can reach them (847) 458-2334 , email them at support@biobidet.com, or click the chat button in the bottom right of the page.

How to Use a Bidet Toilet or Digital Toilet

Basic mechanics

At the touch of a button, the bidet toilets activate a water-spraying posterior- or feminine-washing nozzle. After the wash, which lasts for about 20 seconds, it automatically rinses off the nozzle and retreats into the unit. The digital toilets provide ultimate comfort, and an eco-friendly automatic flush feature.

Features

Bidet toilets like the Prodigy Smart Toilet tend to be packed with high-tech features, which also means they’re a bit more expensive. Some of those features include unlimited warm water, warm-air dryer for after your wash, automatic flush, self-rising lid and seat, adjustable heated seat, & more. All these amazing features require electricity, so make sure to have an outlet nearby.

In addition to the bidet toilets, there is also the Prodigy P500 Digital Toilet. This has all the comfort features, but no bidet functions. These features include an expanded heated seat, a night light, a tankless design, a wireless remote, and dual smart flush that automatically adjusts to your habits to activate the proper size flush to conserve water.

Each toilet comes with an easy to use manual and quick guide that can walk you through all the different features and how operate them.

Learn how bidet toilets and smart toilets can add daily moments of luxury to your home.

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