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What is the difference between a WASHLET and a bidet?

What is the difference between a WASHLET and a bidet?

Bidets are separate fixtures typically installed next to the toilet, with a standard faucet; washlets are seats that fit on top of a toilet bowl and often have several cleaning options and other features.

What is the difference between a WASHLET and an WASHLET?

In other words, an elongated WASHLET will fit on most elongated toilets, and a round WASHLET will fit on most round toilets, but a round WASHLET won’t fit on an elongated toilet and vice versa.

Do you still wipe with a WASHLET?

Wiping after using a bidet is simple. Gently wipe or blot the wet areas to soak up the excess water. Remember that the area is already clean; one gentle wipe or dab should do the trick. Again, the only time you should have to use toilet paper with a bidet is to properly dry yourself – not to clean your backside.

What is difference between Toto WASHLET and WASHLET +?

With WASHLET+, you will enjoy the seamless integration of WASHLET Bidet Seat and TOTO Toilet (no supply connections – water or electrical — will show). Not only does WASHLET+ have an elegant appearance, but also it makes cleaning easier because there are fewer places for dust and debris to collect.

Is there a downside to using a bidet?

Standalone bidets take up more bathroom space. May require minor renovations to install. Risk wetting your clothes (if you’re not careful!)

What does a Toto Washlet do?

The WASHLET is an electronic bidet seat that cleanses you with warm water after toileting, making you cleaner and more comfortable than you have ever felt after a bathroom break.

Does the TOTO WASHLET fit any toilet?

WASHLET Bidet Seats Fit Most North American Toilets. See If It Fits Yours. Good news! WASHLETs will fit most standard North American toilets.

What does bidet stand for?

A bidet (pronounced buh-day) is a basin used for cleaning yourself after using the bathroom. Bidets are common in Europe, Asia, and South America, so if you’ve ever traveled internationally, you’ve probably seen one.

Do you flush before using a bidet?

When you first use a bidet, clean off with toilet paper first before attempting the bidet spray. You don’t need to use soap to use a bidet. Some people do use the bidet like a mini-shower after a bowel movement, sexual intercourse, or for freshening up, but it isn’t a requirement.

Are TOTO WASHLETs worth it?

After testing more than 16 bidet seats and washlets in at least three homes since 2016, we’re sure the Toto Washlet C5 strikes just the right balance of features, price, and usability. Most people agree their experience with this bidet is excellent, whether they’ve used a bidet for years or are new users.