If you live in America, you may be unfamiliar with a bidet or how to use it, however in other countries, bathrooms have often a bidet next to the toilet. A bidet serves as a sink for cleaning the genitals or part back after using the toilet. It looks like a low sink or source of water and includes a pipe or a jet with taps to adjust the water temperature. Try to use a bidet when you’re in a country where it is common use. You can also install a bidet in your own bathroom in your home.
- Sit on the bidet. You can do the taps facing or back, depending on what you is most comfortable or the part of your body you want to rinse.
- Open water and adjusts the temperature before rinsing. A hot or warm rinse is ideal.
- Rinse thoroughly your genitals and / or the rear. You can use soap if desired. Turn off the water when finished.
- Get up and dry off. Be sure to use a washcloth, towel or paper to serve this case instead of using a hand towel.
- Wash your hands in the sink and dry them as usual after using the bathroom.
Tips & Warnings
- Some have an adjustable bidet as a handheld shower head nozzle.
- Be sure to test the water temperature before rinsing sensitive areas of your body.