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Thread: Another toilet thread

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    Another toilet thread

    Hubby and I are planning on redoing our master bath with next year's income tax. New counters, paint, cedar lined closet (maybe) and possibly a new toilet. Master bedroom is getting a new paint job too.

    Question is.......
    Anyone have a Bidet seat?
    http://www.homedepot.com/b/Bath-Toil...s/N-5yc1vZbza8
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    no, we had one in a house we owned and I turned it into a planter!
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    Please do some homework on bidets, one thing I read recently said they are not a good thing for women.

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    Never had one or even tried one.

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    They are nice but if you want warm water you will need an electrical outlet near the bidet. I would not put a toilet and separate bidet in my bathroom, takes up too much room. You might consider a toilet with a bidet conversion kit installed on it. Again you will need electricity for warm water. If you don't like it you can just take the bidet part off and go back to your original toilet.

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    They're becoming more and more popular in the newer built and remodeled homes.

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    I want an urinal. My DH forgets to put the seat down to often anymore, and in the middle of the night I'm surprised the neighbors haven't heard me scream. LOL I saw on one of the HGTV shows a bathroom with an urinal.
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    I think they area natural thing to have, if you have males in the house

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    A bidet is not something on my list of wants but I highly recommend installing a toilet that is a bit higher than the usual one. Not a true handicapped one as those are quite expensive but one that is taller than usual. Time or perhaps injury or surgery can take away being able to get up from that. It may take away the need for installing a grab bar on the wall or extra assistive devices in the future.

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    they have those auto toilets that shut the seat and lid after use!!! I also don't like bidets. or hot tubs!!

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