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Why bidet?

DEFINITION OF BIDET

bidet  /ˈbiːdeɪ/
noun: bidet; plural noun: bidets
  1. a low oval basin used for washing one’s genital and anal area.
    bidet
    mid 17th century (in the sense ‘horse’): from French, literally ‘pony’, from bider ‘to trot’, of unknown origin.

TOILET SEAT INTEGRATED BIDET

Traditional bidets have been evolved to toilet seat integrated ones, which help maintain hygienic condition effectively.

Bidet World introduces most advanced and latest bidets to New Zealand market, bidets are featured with massaging, deodorant, night lighting, self-cleaning and others.

DON’T WIPE YOUR… WASH IT.

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Why it is better than toilet paper.

Water is the most important part of our life – washing cars, dishes, clothes… are all with water.

When it comes to the event of washing your hands, you don’t think it will clean your hands effectively by using tissues. You wash hands regularly in water and dry them with warm air. This is as true as for your personal areas too.(Just imagine…)

Cleanliness and hygiene are important to you, contact us and get the hygienic shower fresh feeling.. Let us do it for you.

HYGIENE FOR MALE AND FEMALE

Bidets just for women?
NO, that’s not true at all.

BIDETS JUST FOR WOMEN. It is widely spread misbelief. The bidets are not just for women.
Although the bidet is very effective for maintaining feminine hygiene during menstruation and pregnancy it is also very hygienic for men.

The bidets and bidet attachments are ideal for men, women, children and the elderly. Regular use of a bidet provides a hygienic clean for all your private parts.

SAVE WATER / SAVE FOREST / SAVE EARTH

Bidet is “a key green technology”

“Popular everywhere except North America, where Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper annually, switching to bathroom bidets could save some 15 million trees.”

“This also involves 473,587,500,000 gallons of water to produce the paper and 253,000 tons of chlorine for bleaching.” (2009, scientificamerican.com)

Bidets from BidetWorld consume only 2 cups of water(500ml) for a single use, which saves much of water compared to the conventional bidets. (You will use 2 litres of water for washing your hands and 120 litres of water for 10 minutes shower.)

Your contribution to Mother Earth begins as soon as you start to use a bidet.