In the market, more and more people upgrade their toilet with bidet attachments
In the market, more and more people upgrade their toilet with bidet attachments, including the handheld shattaf, non-electric bidet and electric bidet are popular all over the world.
Shattaf is the most common hand shower spray, which is rather similar to a detachable hand-held shower head common in many bathtubs and showers. Shattafs are connected to the cold water supply and are kept within reaching distance of the toilet.
The more advanced non-electronic bidets are attached to the toilet between the bowl and toilet seat. The first step is to remove the toilet seat, and then the bidet attachment is secured directly to the toilet. Once connected, the seat need to re-install over the bidet. Like the hand shower spray, it is also typically connects to the cold water line that runs water to the tank. While non-electronic bidet attachments clean more effectively and hygienically than toilet paper, the major drawback is that they use cold water whereas most people prefer warm water.
Another type of bidet called electric bidet, which is similar to the type of non-electronic bidet mentioned above, installation of an electronic bidet seat requires you first remove your toilet seat. However, you will not need to re-install it. Because that an electronic bidet actually takes the place of your toilet seat. Also because they are electrically powered, these bidets are able to offer a wide range of features not possible with their non-electronic counterparts. The distinguishing feature is warm water. Most people want a warm water spray when using a bidet in the market. These electric bidet seats provide with their water heating systems inside the actual bidet seat unit.