Nice question. Yes, there are stores, and some of them are fifty years old. Now they are also developing higher-standard and greener bidet furnitures to help the environment. Sometimes they sell furnitures separately (as in most of continental Europe), sometimes stores sell “one piece” toilets with a bidet utility included (Japanese style). For a 17th century invention that many deem as unnecessary, it’s impressive how well the bidet industry is keeping its business alive.
Now, I have considered buying a bidet as well. But the question is: is this better for the environment than using toilet paper? A question I visit here, but haven’t received any feedback on – http://sayingnotonew.blogspot.com/2010/04/laying-foundation.html
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