Brondell CleanSpa Luxury Hand Held Bidet, Silver

Brondell CleanSpa Luxury Hand Held Bidet, Silver
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I searched and searched but couldn’t find any videos of how this is supposed to be used. Weird.

  1. That HAS to be cold
  2. Who has an outlet behind a toilet? Does that even meet code??
  1. It appears GFI-esque, does that make you feel better about it?

  2. This is actually an innovative product for all the really gross stuff you want to rinse out but really don’t want going down your sink. Would probably be useful for those that cloth diaper their babies, too!

This is for washing out the big majority of the #2 from a cloth diaper before you put them in the washing machine.

I just don’t get it. How do you use this without making a huge mess?

Glad it’s new and not reconditioned.

No outlet - it comes with a pipe splitter for the tank’s intake. I have something similar (but stationary), and yes it’s cold, but it works great.

Why we’ve conditioned ourselves to “clean” with paper instead of water I’ll never know. It’s not like we hop into the shower with a roll of Bounty.

Using wipes to get clean after you poop is not advised because they can really screw up the plumbing. A bidet would be great for cleanliness but I question the splash factor.

There are wipes that are safe for plumbing and dissolve after you flush. But you are right in that many packages of wipes tell you not to flush. Those are for tossing in a Diaper Genie or something after cleaning an infant’s bottom. For adult wipes you should get the safe for flushing kind. Although I am looking into bidet systems since this would be even better.

If I didn’t have a bidet already, I’d snap this up- these are amazing. These usually have variable flow so you’re not just pointing the kitchen faucet at your nethers. But I feel so much more clean, and the water from my pipes is cool but not icy.

Weird side note, I’ve had this while living with guys and girls and girls are way more appreciative. Not sure if it’s a gender thing or because the girls have lived internationally and are more used to it.

In the winter my cold water is COLD! So cold I can’t even chug it, can’t imagine spraying myself down there with it. That being said, if it weren’t for the water temperature, I’d love to have one of these. Although with my timing, I’d get more use out of one at work!

In the winter my cold water is COLD! So cold I can’t even chug it, can’t imagine spraying myself down there with it. That being said, if it weren’t for the water temperature, I’d love to have one of these.

There is a warmer that is sold separately by the manufacturer.

Fully waterproof bathroom?

I have something that looks almost exactly the same, but it’s sold as a cloth diaper sprayer (http://www.amazon.com/bumGenius-890077002003-Diaper-Sprayer/dp/B000ZKHVMU). It actually says you can use it as a bidet, but I can’t imagine actually doing so because it’s way too cold!

Google “water fight.”

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Even with the supposedly flushable wipes, the package will tell you to only flush one at a time – which most people don’t notice or bother with – and the wipes generally do not dissolve as perfectly as the marketing would have you believe. They can still cause enormous plumbing problems. Try googling “flushable wipes clogging sewers” for an eye-opener.