Bidet

The earliest known written reference to the bidet is dated 1710. In 1750, the bidet à seringue appeared. It provided an upward spray through the use of a hand-pump fed by a reservoir. Until the 1900's the bidet was confined to the bedroom, along with the

The earliest known written reference to the bidet is dated 1710. In 1750, the bidet à seringue appeared. It provided an upward spray through the use of a hand-pump fed by a reservoir. Until the 1900's the bidet was confined to the bedroom, along with the chamber pot (a bucket that served as a toilet.)

Modern plumbing brought the bidet into the bathroom. Where it sits next to the toilet. It is resembles a toilet, but it has facet knobs and you straddle it to wash your private parts, after using the toilet.

Today, there are many bidets (modern porcelain toilet bowls) to choose from built by many different manufacturers, but they take up extra bathroom space. However, another device has evolved that is attached to an existing toilet. This is more of an efficient use of bathroom space.

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