We stock 100% of the replacement parts for:
Blooming • Clean Sense • Daewon
Galaxy • Infinity • Kohler (K4737/K4108)
NAiS • NOVA • Novita • Olympia
Panasonic • Spaloo
Hygiene For Health® is the oldest and largest independent Bidet Seat distributor in North America, representing 12 factories since 1990, and selling nearly 50,000 bidet seats since 2000. Join our network of over 100 dealers in 12 countries on 4 continents.
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The Bidet Seat replaces your existing toilet seat, and we carry models to fit every toilet made. All models use the cold water line from your toilet (supplied), plug-in for electrical power and come complete with all of the necessary water fittings to provide a comfortable cleansing shower of warm water.
The Bidet Seat was originally invented in the early 1960s by a doctor in Switzerland as an aid for his patients. The INAX Corporation of Japan acquired the patent, began refining the seat and introduced their first model to the public in 1964. Since then, over 50 million Bidet Seats have been sold around the world. Bidet Seats are vastly superior to the old style porcelain bidet fixture and much more affordable and convenient.
In addition to overall personal hygiene, the right bidet seat can also provide comfort and convenience for individuals with diseases/disorders of the digestive tract, as well as disabilities resulting from Parkinson's Disease, Alzheimer's Disease, ALS, arthritis, multiple sclerosis or amputation of a limb, hand or finger.
All of our Bidet Seats are equipped with anti-slam seats and lids, heated seats, adjustable temperature/pressure controls and are self-cleaning. All of our bidets should only be installed by licensed plumbers. On electric models where there is not an outlet, then a licensed electrician should be used to install one. We recommend a dedicated 15 or 20amp GFI circuit be used, and local codes followed. Periodic maintenance and inspection of the unit is required. Optional bidet water filters must be replaced every 6 months. Hoses and all connections should be checked frequently. These units must be protected from freezing and if not used for extended periods, it should be disconnected. Please contact us with any specific questions you may have.Other options & features vary by brand/model. Visit our Bidet Seat Comparison page to learn more.
Electronic Bidet Seats are the primary focus of the bidet industry today. We stock about 20 models from 7 different manufacturers. The guide below will help you select a bidet seat to meet your personal hygiene needs:
The Bidet Attachment fits under your existing toilet seat (Bio Bidet BB-3000 being the exception, having both a seat and lid) and connects to a cold water line or hot & cold water lines, depending on the model.
Warm water models require a hot water connection, which can usually be found under a nearby sink. These models come with an internal mixing valve to provide the perfect temperature for a warm water wash. If a hot water source is not readily available, warm water models can be used with cold water only.
Bidet Attachments do not use electricity, are relatively inexpensive and designed to last for many years.
The Shower Bidet is simply a hand held sprayer, which is mounted next to your toilet and connected to your toilet's water supply line.
One lever or button is pressed when water is needed, and a shut off valve closes when the unit is not in use.
We have sold and tested many models, and today we only sell one model, the Olympia Shower Bidet, which is vastly superior to all others. Like Bidet Attachments, they can be connected to cold water or with an adaptor kit can provide warm or cold water cleansing.
The Travel Bidet is battery operated and designed to deliver 20 seconds of cleansing.
You can easily fill it at a sink with warm or cold water. When not in use, it folds up and fits into a small carrying case. Hygiene For Health has sold these since 1990, and they are a reliable cleansing & hygiene alternative to toilet paper when not at home.
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