This is it. Forget about the common conception that everything to do with your backside is somehow taboo and disgusting. It really isn't. Right then: Your behind deserves so much better – and we are here to ensure sparkly cheeks and everything in between! After all – it is just as much part of your body as all the other bits you painstakingly care for. Your bum is not a bummer and deserves well-rounded respect.
- For men
- For women
- Fresher than wet wipes
- Paper waste reduced by 50%
- Gentle on compromised skin
- Gentle for kids
- Useful during menstruation
- Control of the water pressure and angle (Fits your bum)
- No electronic parts, no plumber needed for installation
Fits all round and oval toilet bowls with accessible water supply
- Ours is the longest (70 cm hose)
How to use a bidet
Pants down or skirt up, do your business, turn on the water jet, wash, dry off – that's it for a clean and fresh feeling. Also: with the popotti bidet, you sit on the toilet just like you're used to!
Who should use a bidet?
There isn't anyone, who wouldn't benefit from the use of a bidet or shower WC. Young or old, fit or infirm – it is super easy to use for everyone, and everyone will feel equally fresh and well afterwards.
How does the bidet work?
A bidet is an accessory piece of sanitary equipment with water ingress and egress that is usually positioned right next to the toilet bowl. An add-on bidet like the popotti bidet is mounted directly underneath the toilet seat and then connected to the water supply – that's it.
Why is there hardly any bidets in Europe?
Good question. Maybe it has something to do with lower temperatures than in southern countries, where bidets have become a matter of course for people to freshen up quickly. There really isn't a rational explanation.
What are the benefits of a bidet?
It is a lot healthier than toilet paper, because it prevents rashes and other nasty side effects. It is also much better for the environment, because it uses only a little water and no other natural resources.