Bidet FAQs for Denver Residents
What actually happens?
When you press the "cleanse" button, a wand about the size and shape of a fat pencil (that was previously hidden under the seat) automatically extends, washes itself, and then sprays a carefully aimed aerated stream of water for a few seconds, or until you touch the "stop" button. Then the wand rinses itself off again, and it retracts out of the way again.
Does anything touch me?
No. The only thing that touches you is water...nothing else.
How do I know when I am clean?
The engineers have been perfecting the Bio Bidet for over ten years, and millions of them have been sold. They have plenty of research on exactly what it takes. If you have any doubts, you can always press the cleanse button again or check with toilet paper.
How does the dryer work ?
Very much like a gentle blow dryer for your hair. The time and temperature are adjustable for your convenience.
Can I flush the toilet "normally" with a Bio Bidet installed?
Yes, although the water supply for the Bio Bidet and the toilet tank is the same, there is plenty of water for both. You can use the Bio Bidet and flush the toilet at the same time, without any problem whatsoever.
What about electricity and water, is it dangerous?
It is no more dangerous than any other UL Approved electrical appliance for the kitchen or bathroom.
Can I get burned by the heated seat?
No, the seat temperature is adjustable through a range of86 degreees F through about
104 degrees F - about the same as your body temperature.
Can I get burned by the dryer?
No the air is warmed between104 degrees F to
140 degrees F - much less than a hair dryer.
What if the water pressure is uncomfortable?
Only with serious inflammation or irritation might the water pressure feel a little too brisk. In that case, the pressure is easily adjustable from the remote, or simply use the "soft" cleanse button.
It's hard enough to keep a regular toilet clean. How do I clean the Bio Bidet?
It's actually easier to clean than before, because Bio Bidet is easy to detach for cleaning.