How to Use a Bidet

A bidet is a thing that can replace toilet paper. It can be used as an additional hygiene tool after using the toilet.

Also, bidets are useful for people that have digestion problems and women during their periods.

5-Minute Crafts has written simple instructions on how to use a bidet.

How to use a bidet

  • Step № 1. Use the toilet
    Before going to the bidet, use the toilet as always. You can either use or not use toilet paper afterward — it’s up to you.
  • Step № 2. Sit on the bidet.
    Again, it’s up to you how to sit on the bidet — face to the faucet, or back to the faucet. In the first position, it’s more convenient to turn on the water but if you are wearing pants, you will have to take them off.
  • Step № 3. Adjust the water pressure and temperature.
    Before moving closer to the faucet, set a comfortable water temperature and pressure. Some models have very powerful pressure, so be careful.
  • Step № 4. Move on the bidet until you feel the flow of water.
    Position yourself so that the water gets into the spots you want to wash. This will make the process faster and easier.
    Some bidets can be filled with water like small bathtubs.
  • Step № 5. Wash the necessary body parts
    Use your hands to wash yourself well. Imagine you are taking a bath or a shower — it will make things much easier.
  • Step № 6. Remove the excess water.
    Remove the excess water with a towel or toilet paper. Some bidets have a drying function. You can use that instead of a towel.
  • Step № 7. Wash your hands
    Don’t forget to wash your hands with soap and water after using the bidet.

How to use a bidet connected with the toilet

Some bidets are connected to the toilet and look like a small faucet inside. All you need to do is to set the pressure and water temperature without getting up.

Also, there might be a special showerhead next to the toilet. Point the shower head into the toilet and press the button. Once you are finished, wash your hands.

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