Bidets started out as a chamber pot in the bedroom and with modern plumbing it was brought into the bathroom. Don’t confuse the bidet with a toilet even though they look similar. Once you do your business in the toilet you then would transfer to the bidet to clean yourself using a jet of water. You can straddle the bidet in either direction, depending on what you want cleaned. A bidet is often considered better for personal hygiene. It allows a hands-free and superior wash in place of wiping and occasionally irritating action of toilet paper. There are two types of bidets, conventional and attachable. Conventional will require additional plumbing and space in your bathroom, but it will last a long time. Also when paired to match your toilet, it can make your bathroom more elegant. The attachable can come in a non-seat and seat-type. They are inexpensive, easy to install, and can come with a lot of convenient features such as wireless remote, automatic deodorize, multiple nozzles, etc. Since they are an attachment, the look is techier and would be harder to make the bathroom more seamless in the design aesthetic. With these options persons with various incomes can afford a bidet. But whether or not you choose to use a Bidet, we do know that that is still the question!