Bathroom bidet is almost an indispensable device for personal hygiene in most private houses and hotels. Traditionally, bidet is used to wash private parts of body after visiting toilet. Most of the people tend to compare a bidet with a toilet, although it is fundamentally wrong. It is more correct to compare bidet with a washbasin. While European bathroom bidet is a “multifunction device”, where Europeans can wash their feet or even use it as a mini sink. In Japan bidet has become an integral part of the public toilets.
Suspended bidet in Europe is a norm, while in the USA it looks like a toilet, smaller in its size. There is a considerable amount bathroom bidets of all shapes, sizes, designs. Today electronic smart bidets regulated with a remote control are popular. The number of these units and their models is so great, that traditional bidet task – to help a person washing up his private things is wider now.
You will never give an accurate answer for the question “What is a bidet in a bathroom?”. Certainly, bidet, is a huge leap for hygiene, a multifunctional device to wash up. The jet of water coming from bidet bottom (it is a traditional position of a bidet faucet) can be adjusted. In electronic modern units you can regulate the water flood with a remote. It is also ideal for children, and the elderly people. It is much easier to provide good personal hygiene for such people: this device greatly simplifies the care of them.