Eco-Friendly Bidet Use
Much has been made of the bidet’s environmentally-friendly aspects. Allowing households to function day-to-day without relying on wasteful toilet paper, it’s one of the smartest fixtures homeowners can ever install. Of course, ensuring that your bidet leaves as little environmental footprint as possible can best be achieved by using it more consciously.
1. Water pressure
Use light water pressure if that’s all you need. If you just have to wash off the area, instead of needing to remove dirt, a soft gush of water should water. That simple behavior adjustment can mean gallons upon gallons of water saved throughout the year.
Between warm water, heated seats, warm air, the remote control, electronic sensors and a host of other special features, premium bidets can use up quite a bit of electricity. As such, it’s prudent to do your part in trying to conserve it, should that be an option.
Whenever you can, use regular water instead warm, turn off heating on the seats if the weather’s not too cold and shut off the sensors and automatic controls if they’re not necessary. Unless you have seniors or disabled parties living at home, much of the automated functionalities in electronic bidets aren’t all that essential. Use only what you need.
3. Working condition
Perform regular tune-up to make sure your bidet is in tip-top condition. If you notice leaks between connecting pipes, always attend to it immediately, to avoid wasting water. Make sure to keep the facility clean to avoid damaging it.