Bidet seats are, in effect, the working end of a bidet housed in a toilet seat. A small part of the bidet seat, hooked up to the bathroom’s water supply, lets loose with a gentle stream of water and cleans you in ways that, according to many, a mere pass with a few squares of toilet paper can’t. Some seats feature a motorized arm that rests under the toilet seat until summoned by the push of a button to do its squirty thing. Some include air dry features. Millennials, aware of environmental concerns, are trying out bidets seats.
- People who use bidets are much less likely to have issues with rashes and discomfort and irritation
- A bidet can clean in ways toilet paper can not.
- Bidets coming to America is good for your health.
“Millennials, aware of environmental concerns, are trying out bidets and bidet seats, and manufacturers see a huge market for aging baby boomers because of the health benefits of going virtually wipe-less.”