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80 of 89 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2009
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Great product. Fairly easy to install and, like the other reviewer said, I don't know how I lived without it and when I travel it's the thing I miss the most. Anal irritation is now a thing of the past for me, even after a bad case of diarrhea or a day of multiple defecations.

It saves money on toilet paper, too. After washing, all you need is 2-3 squares to dry your butt crack and maybe the back of your scrotum (if you have a scrotum).

After washing, you will occassionally find that very small pieces of feces (feces pieces) may be stuck in the hair on the back of your scrotum. This is evidenced by the small brown stains on the toilet paper you will see after drying the back of your scrotum. This is easily remedied by adjusting yourself after washing your anus so that the spray rinses the back of your scrotum. Scrotum.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2010
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This bidet it by far the smartest buy I have made all year.

A couple months ago I went on a trip to Japan, my first overseas trip ever. It was there that I discovered the wonders of a bidet. After the luxury of using a bidet for my week stay, in which I always felt shower clean after every bathroom use, I decided I must have my own bidet for home. And being someone with Crohn's disease who goes to the bathroom 10's of times a day this is a great way to stay clean, minimize TP usage and save my sensitive nether regions from abuse.

I just received the bidet today and got it hooked up; mostly... I still need to hook up the warm water part, but that will take a little more time since I have a cabinet sink and not a pedestal sink, so the hot water hook-up gets a little more complicated. I will have to drill a small hole in the cabinet. The cold water hook-up and bidet installation was super easy to do. It works great even without the warm water hooked up. (Not sure how people use just cold water bidets though. Way too cold for the nether regions.) The angle of the spray is adjustable and I was able to get it perfect for my likings.

This bidet does the job well and is very affordable.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on December 29, 2010
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The Blue Bidet with adjustable temperature and pressure is a Must Have for an elderly person's toilet. I've never used an item of this sort before, so when I installed one for my 95 year-old father,(who is blind and quite frail)I used it myself a couple of times so I could explain its use to him. I've had lengthy battles with hemorrhoids, and the soothing warm water instantly relieved the itch and pain. I haven't had any bleeding since I started using the Blue Bidet. My father likewise appreciates the fact that there is virtually zero physical effort required to achieve a level of cleanliness that is impossible with toilet paper. He has no problem with the controls, even though he can't see them.

The device is easy to install for a handyman/homeowner and I have had absolutely no problems with multiple uses per day. It's a quality piece of plumbing, with no drips, leaks or adjustment problems. If you can adjust the water temperature and pressure at a sink faucet, you can use the Blue Bidet. I would recommend this item for men and women of any age. It's a vast improvement in personal cleanliness technology and comfort.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on November 10, 2010
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Ok, so it was a bit hard to install the hot water inlet, but GOD was it worth it! Warm water cleaning you feels great and you get that squeaky clean feeling.

Be careful when setting the warm water too warm. Don't burn your behind.

This is an incredibly great product! My behind has never been happier!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on August 30, 2012
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Requires Special Piping if cold water pipe is over 15" from bidet input. My plumber could not find this piping at Home Depot. It is not standard piping. He found it a special piping combination at a huge plumbing store. The supplier, BlueBidet, offered to mail us a special pipe combination for $25. It took two days for the plumber to install it & he charged me $200. It seems like a nice bidet, but it was a bear to install.
Disappointed,
Richard
The installation was difficult for us because our toilet is not close to the cold water pipe. If your toilet is close enough so that the pipe can reach, installation should be easier.
However, once installed this bidet is excellent. The temperature of the water is easy to control. It has a self cleaning switch so you can run water to clear the nozzle without having the water leave the toilet. The direction of the spray is accurate. This is nice because our previous bidets didn't always produce water that hit our bodies in the correct spot. Despite my husband's negative review about the installation he loves the way the bidet operates now that we have it installed.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on March 17, 2011
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I like the bidet design, it works very well. Just beware that supplied connecter hoses and T-connectors are cheap. T-connectors not made of one piece of brass, very flimsy. They are likely to fail with any slight overtightning or if any slight defect. Better get a connector from your local ACE ( well worth eliminating risk of flooding). The supplied hose leaked. I got replacement from Home Depot with much better design and quality. But this bidet works well, overall - happy with the purchase. Their customer service is good, they replied right away and sending the replacement hose
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 8, 2011
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I love the Blue Bidet. My husband said it was easy to install. I bought the hot and cold water style, but frankly I just use the cold water which is fine. The best part is you feel really clean.I recomend this product to anyone.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 13, 2013
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I bought this Bidet for our guest room last year. The Bidet functions well but you cannot prevent the filth from building up under neat. There are so many nooks and crannies that the filth can get into that you have to remove it in order to clean it up. Note this happens when the nozzle is pointing up. Today I ripped it out and throw it into trash.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on April 25, 2013
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I've been using this for months now. It works great! Why didn't I know about these decades ago! It seems to have literally solved a health issue for me.

The paragraph falls under the “too much personal information” but given you are reading this, you might be seeking the same relief I was . This thing delivered for me. I think it is as simple as keeping myself cleaner and fresher. I now experience have less irritation, less itching, lead bleeding, use less toilet paper use, etc. I needed this device a long time ago. I also have a foaming soap pump that I use for additional cleanliness. Enough said. No more personal stuff…

The bad: None really. A sticker was applied just a smidge crooked so I pealed it off and threw it away. If the manufacturer wants to keep their name visible, make sure the label is perfectly square on the product. That’s it. My only complaint

Installing the seat: This installed very nicely underneath a Bemis elongated bowl seat. My seat is nothing fancy. It is nice to note that the Bemis seat is plastic and flexible enough to handle the funning angle and my weight. With the back of the seat propped up on the on the bidet, it no longer sits flat on the toilet bowl rim. If this was going to be a problem I was going to get some bumpers and try to add them to the seat but it works so far as is. It is not strange or uncomfortable. I don’t notice I am sitting at an angle. Even when I use another toilet in the house that is not upgraded, I cannot tell a different.

The plumbing: It took me a day with my adjustable open-ended box wrench (that is, a crescent wrench) tweaking and adjust connections until all the dripping stopped. I am not a plumber but I do my own hookups for sinks, toilets, etc. Anytime I play with my water lines I am extra careful to not over tighten and I often need tighten things a bit to stop the drips. There are a few point at which this can leak it took a while to get it right. If you have a plumber or a friend do this, make sure you check for leaks every couple of hours and again on a routine basis as we all should for toilets. If you have not replaced your shutoff vale for the toilet tank and it is old, you may want to replace it. I had already swapped out the cheapo valves for ball valves and I had no issue turning off the water to the toilet. Make sure you can turn off the water to the house before you try to use the value to the toilet you have not used in a long time.

Cold and hot water: I’ve never connected the hot water. I only use the cold. My water temp is probably in the 50s to 60s. I was really worried cold water was not going to be pleasant. I found to my surprise, it was pleasant. In fact, when summer gets it will be downright refreshing. I am no physician but I suspect we just down have that much sensitively to temperature on there. This unit is working with no problems with only the cold water plumbed in. The hot water inlet is capped and has not leaked on me. I don’t know that the product is expected to be operated this way but in my experience, it is working with no problem. Frankly, I am kind of relieved I don’t need to drill a hole in the wall to get the hot water feed from the sink on the other side of the wall. I also am glad I don’t need to rung the water to get it warm every time I go.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 21, 2012
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I would give this product 6 stars if there was a rating. We have had it for over 2 weeks and it is very useful. Keeps the butt area really clean. As other have mentioned the instructions were not well written and confusing. Picture instructions (like IKEA) would be best. Took about 1 1/2 hours to installed. Both T fittings leaked the first time until I realized the small washer must be inserted into the top of the T fitting. After that no leak problems. I have a one piece, contured toilet and was not able to get the under seat part to fit presise..but it is very close and after tightening down the screws holding the toilet seat it stays in place and works well.

The spayer is not exactely precise and you need to move around slightly to hit the right spots...but it does the job well. Just blot dry with a little paper and you're done. Neat and clean. I will probably install three more on my other toilets...but I'm thinking about using the entire seat bidet next time.
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