One of the questions I get most often after people buy a bidet seat from our store is “how do I take care of it?”. In order to prolong the life of your seat you will want to avoid using harsh chemicals on it. Here are a few tips that will help you get your bidet clean so that it lasts a long time.
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If you are installing a bidet in an existing bathroom that has a toilet already installed, then a toilet seat bidet has many advantages over a standalone bidet. And if you are putting in a new bathroom or building a new house an toilet seat bidet will still save you a significant amount of money over a standalone unit.
Installing a bidet seat on your toilet is simple and you will find that it is just about as easy as changing out a regular toilet seat. The big difference is that you have to turn off the water, drain the toilet, and attach the hoses for the bidet. For most people installing a bidet on a regular toilet takes less than a half an hour. And when you order from bidet-toilet-seat.com you get a number where you can reach customer service if you have a question during install.