You know the feeling of jumping into a cold lake or a swimming pool? How about the feeling of doing something that scares you? The moment before taking the plunge is perhaps the hardest part of the entire experience. It is immediately after the fear part that the experience becomes enjoyable and we realize that it is not the end of the world. In fact those experiences turn out to be quite enjoyable afterwards.
For many of you, gathering up the courage to use a Bidet for the very first time is an experience along the same lines. You have no idea what to expect. You are thinking in terms of water, cold and wet. Surely non of those things sound very unusual. As a matter of fact, they probably only seem unusual in the context of Bidets. Shooting Water up my ass? How will I dry up after? Who likes water spraying up their butts? Well the truth of the matter is that you aren't spraying water up your butt. You are spraying it at your butt. There is a big difference. When you wash your face, you are not splashing water up your nose or in your eyes, even though that can happen from time to time. You are really splashing water at your face. The same thing is happening when you use a Bidet. Instead of wiping the dirty area with toilet paper, you are spraying it with water.
How do you dry off? Well you use a few squares of TP to dry off. This mean you can reduce your consumption by over 80%. Now that is cool. The water doesn't even have to be cold. In fact we have hot water Bidets too that don't even require electricity to operate. Now that's way cool.