The truth is-
It's always better to have a clean bottom than to be walking around with dirty underwear or even wet pants. Bidet toilet seats are the perfect way to ensure booty perfection every time, so why not try one? It's true a bidet toilet seat, with a plethora of functions, can seem overwhelming at first. However, it's actually quite simple.
This article will answer the question, "how do you use a bidet toilet seat" and what you need to know in order for it to be effective. We'll also talk about some things that people find helpful when they're just starting out!
For people just learning about bidets and bidet toilet seats, check out this article!
How does it work?
A bidet toilet seat works by spraying water from the nozzle onto your bottom, which moistens it so you can do a quick cleanse after going number 2. You get clean hands and rear without ever having touch the public toilet seat.
How to use a bidet toilet seat
Step 1: Go to the bathroom
If you have a bidet toilet seat installed, you don't have to think about getting off after you've taken care of your business. So, sit back and relax, and let your bidet do the work. Although you just went number 2, don't worry. The self-cleaning bidet spray nozzle stays retracted until you’re ready to wash, so you always have a hygienic bidet wash experience- guaranteed.
The bidet nozzle will be placed at a distance and angle to give you a great clean without getting itself dirty. The nozzle also cleans itself automatically after each use, so you don't have to worry!
Step 2: Start your bidet wash
Once you are properly seated on the seat, you can start washing yourself using the bidet. The seat of the bidet offers water pressure and temperature control for a comfortable washing experience. The remote is attached to it so you can adjust these settings with ease, adjusting from light misting all the way up until full blast! Just press the "wash" button and the bidet will start doing its job.
Step 3: Adjust your wash
With the help of the remote control, you can control all aspects of the wash. You can adjust the water intensity to your comfort and needs, as well as change the temperature. If you suffer from hemorrhoids, you can use a warmer temperature to relieve the pain.
Step 4: Dry off
When you finish your wash, you can use the drying option that comes with the bidet seat. It will blow warm air to dry your butt in a gentle and hands-free way within a few minutes. If you'd like to help it along, you can use a towel or a few squares of toilet paper to pat yourself. Don’t forget to wash your hands after you’re finished using the bidet!