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bidet

A low, basin-like plumbing fixture on which the user sits; used to wash the posterior parts of the body.
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To the rescue of holiday shoppers, San Diego-based Luxe Bidet presents an excellent solution.
This is part of a five-piece bathroom suite which also includes a shower cubicle, toilet, vanity basin and bidet.
There is a fully tiled family bathroom with a panelled bath, vanity unit with basin, toilet, bidet and shower cubicle.
The P-shaped family bathroom includes a shower, a wash basin, a bidet, tiled flooring and part-tiled walls.
Unlike most bidets, ours mounts the actual toilet and replaces your seat.
Attackers could also cause the unit to unexpectedly open/close the lid or activate bidet or air-dry functions, causing discomfort or distress to the user.
Andy Speechley, who won a degree of nationwide fame when he created the Dignity Bidet Commode, has now taken his invention a step further.
Kate Garraway My admittedly non-scientific survey has thrown up the fact that no one in history has EVER used a bidet for its intended purpose.
The self-flushing toilet has a bidet, a heated seat and can play any music you'd like while you go about your business.
On the first floor are three bedrooms including the master room with a fireplace and an ensuite containing a panelled bath, shower enclosure, pedestal wash basin, bidet, low level wc, built-in cabinet and tiled walls.
The museum also details how the bidet made its first appearance in 1701 in Versailles, France.
Biolife Technologies, manufacturer of the high-end line of Coco bidets, says the amount of water used by a typical bidet is about 1/8th of a gallon, with the average toilet using about four gallons per flush.