Bidets For More Than Just Cleaning

April 13, 2009 by  
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bidetlefthandModern premium bidets do more than simple cleaning, with features sometimes crossing over to the realm of the odd.

When I go to Japan, for instance, I regularly come across bidets that play music, in case you want to have a soundtrack playing in the background while you’re relieving yourself.  From pictures, I’ve seen bidets targeted towards senior citizens that come with a blood pressure monitor or some other medical contraption.  Personally, I’d like a bidet with a TV built-in – I just don’t know how they’ll arrange for it.

If you’ve ever considered getting a premium bidet, realize that many of them will come with a large suite of functions that can turn bathroom use into a pleasurable experience.  Heated seats, for instance, can totally warm you up on a chilly day while a massaging feature can bring a relaxing massage to extremely tired thighs.  Imagine that while reading your favorite magazine on a cold Sunday morning.

Some bidets, in fact, can be too comfortable in their functions that you’ll probably end up staying in the washroom longer than you should be doing.  Think of a premium bidet the way a luxurious tub can change the way you bathe.  Instead of hitting the shower and stepping out in a few minutes, you can end lounging in the tub’s caressing water for hours on end.  Premium bidets, with all the conveniences they afford, can feel the same way – a glorious bathroom luxury for you to enjoy.

Updating Your Small Bathroom With A Toilet-Seat Bidet

March 18, 2009 by  
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smallbathroomRenovating your bathroom?  It’s a great time to change up your bathroom’s looks, with all sorts of options in fixtures and decorations available today.  Even without a large space available, you can fix up your bathroom to foster as much luxury and comfort as you desire with the right choice in modern amenities.

When researching possible makeovers you can perform on your bathroom, you will likely come across the suggestion of installing a bidet.  Combining comfort, function and water conservation in a single fixture, every modern bathroom should come with one.

However, European style bidets, which require installing a separate washer basin, isn’t the most practical for small bathrooms.  The space it takes up will have to eat into other areas of the washroom – potentially affecting the size of your shower area and sink.

Instead of foregoing the creature comforts and unique benefits of this fixture, though, you can opt for a toilet seat bidet.  Requiring no more space than you already have, you can simply install it in place of your current toilet seat, providing all the same benefits without taking up extra room.

If you have the funds for it, spring for a high-end toilet seat bidet, which comes with all the luxury and opulence you can desire from a bathroom amenity.  Think about it: heated seats, warm water spray, hot air dryer, seat sensors, remote controlled seat covers and all sorts of other brilliant functions.  Isn’t that what every modern bathroom should offer?