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Bidet Operation

Bidets are very easy to use. The user sits astride the bowl facing the faucet to control the spray or fill the bowl with water.

Simple Installation
Bidets require as little as nine feet of space to install. Simply rough in the bidet, install the faucet and connect the supplies.

Spray Options
Fresh water enters the bidet either through a vertical spray in the center of the bowl, an integral filler or a special spout that delivers a horizontal stream.

Gentle Cleansing
The bidet's use of water provides convenient and gentle cleansing.

Coordinating Styles
KOHLER bidets have been designed to complement the styles of KOHLER toilets. Most of our faucet lines offer bidet faucets that coordinate with bath and lavatory faucets.

Bidets are primarily used to wash and clean the genitalia, perineum, inner buttocks, and anus. Traditional designs may also be used to clean any other part of the human body, such as the feet. Despite appearing similar to a toilet, a traditional bidet may be more accurately compared to a washbasin or bathtub. Bidets may serve as a practical way for couples to prepare themselves before sex, as well as to rinse themselves afterwards.

Some bidets resemble a large hand basin, with taps and a stopper so they can be filled up; other designs have a nozzle that squirts a jet of water to aid in cleansing. They are not necessarily meant to replace the use of toilet paper. Often they are used after some paper to achieve full cleanliness without immediately having to take a shower.

Historical antecedents and early functions of the bidet are believed to include devices used for contraception.[1] Bidets are considered ineffective by today's standards of contraception, and their use for this function was quickly abandoned and forgotten with the advent of modern contraceptives such as the pill.[2]