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My husband heard from a friend about this attachable bidet for your toilet his sister had.  My husband installed it for him and then talked me into getting one.  He ordered one from Amazon , less than $50 plus some bumpers.  It is fantastic.  It took him 20 mins to install.  Installs with a Y connection in the water supply and fits under the toilet seat using the toilet seat bolts.

I love it.  Feels clean and fresh after BMs.  Easy to use with adjustable/turnable  water pressure knob and adjustable/turnable knob for front or rear spray option.

Especially great when that burning sensation happens during BMs.  Years ago I tried the $400 bidet which was huge, ugly, and cumbersome.  You'll love this one.

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There are several choices for inexpensive bidet attachments. The one I’ve used is the BioBidet Elite3, which honestly does a great job. It’s hard to get the front-to-back angle right, so the front of the toilet seat ends up slightly hitting the top rim of the bowl in my setup, but this isn’t a huge deal. Models vary in whether they have both front and back-directed washing and a couple of other features, so check the features you want.

The big luxury (and expense) of fancier bidets comes mainly from heating the water. In addition to the substantial price of the heated bidet, an electric outlet has to be run to the wall behind the toilet. So I use the BioBidet when my ridiculously expensive Toto Washlet is being repaired. The Washlet repair alone costs more than buying a couple of BioBidets. I really like the heated water and the heated seat, though.

Thanks, Scott.  I just checked and Costco carries them online. I’ll check to see if they have it in the warehouse and see if my friend wants me to pick it up for them.  I have a Coco bidet that is 6 years old this year.  It’s still working ok and I do like the warm water and dryer.  The seat heater doesn’t work anymore.

This is absolutely the best portable one I’ve had.  I’ve gone through two Toto portables but this one unscrews from the water tank to make it much easier to fill.  And it has better strength.  For $40 it’s a no brainer to take on trips and save myself a raw butt from rough TP.  

Hibbent Portable Bidet Handy Toilette - Electric Bidet Toilet with USB Cable - Feminine Travel Bidet for Personal Use On The Traveling - Blue Color

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My lifesaving bidet came from Amazon. It is the Luxe Bidet Neo. I chose the one with hot AND cold water! I love my bidet and cannot think how I got along in my early days after takedown. At the time, I used a simple travel bidet bottle, the plastic squeeze type with a special nozzle. It’s great for travelling and it helped me at home in those first few months to heal my burning raw skin, especially when I used the warmest water possible. My Amazon bidet is attached to the toilet, in less than 30 minutes, and the only thing needed is easy access to the water line, which is usually the plumbing pipes under your sink.  Bidets are Heaven sent.

I bought the Luxe a few months ago and posted a note.  I love it, so much less soreness from not having to wipe as much.  As well as cleanliness.  Wish I had had it when the pouch was new and BMs burned and felt like glass coming out !  It is so easy to install.  I only have cold water but it not freezing (maybe because it is sitting in the pipes).  Everyone would/could be so much better with it.

Here is the info from Amazon.  Both items came to $58.xx.  The bumpers help keep the toilet seat level because of the added bulk under the toilet seat on the bolts.

LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Feminine Wash (White and White)

FOOFOO Bidet Toilet Seat Bumper for Bidet Attachment with Strong Adhesive White 4PACK

Please tell me how you like if you get it or any other one.

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