Have you ever lived in an old house? You have probably noticed the presence of a washlet in the bathrooms.
As a child, you often confuse it with the toilet bowl, and you wonder what it is for.
They both look very similar at first glance. And you’ll see right away that this resemblance can go even further.
So, let’s find out what use this instrument has, especially nowadays.
How long have people been using toilet paper? Probably since we can remember, but which of the two is more hygienic? Toilet paper or washlets?
While bidets are absent in the US, for instance, they are commonly used together with or instead of toilet paper in the Middle East. And to answer your question, bidets use water to clean any leftover urine or fecal matter while if you stick to wiping only, that will leave behind some traces which later can cause infections like UTI (Urinary Tract Infection).
So, it may seem old-fashioned to you, but you can not put a price on its value to your health and well-being.
Washlets are not only hygienic, but they also carry so many other benefits, including:
– Lower the risk of hemorrhoids
– They limit the spreading of germs and keep your hand clean
– They save the planet and your money as well
– They Keep plumbing issues to a minimum
– Reduce the risk of infection and discomfort
As you can see, there are so many reasons why you need to have a bidet in your toilet.