Bidet myth busted: bidets use a lot of water
Cleaning with toilet paper does use a lot of water
If you're afraid that a bidet toilet seat will waste water, the amount is trivial compared to how much water we use to produce a single roll of toilet paper. A good estimate of a single bidet use is about 1/8th of a gallon. For comparison, the average toilet uses four gallons per flush. Manufacturing a single roll of toilet paper requires about 37 gallons of water, not to mention the electricity and trees it consumes. Toilet paper has also become a public nuisance in some areas where pipes have been clogged with paper, adding a significant cost to the city's sewer systems and water treatment plants. Luckily, there’s a better way: upgrade your commode with an advanced bidet toilet seat like Bidetmega. You’ll reserve water and energy costs, while upgrading your bathroom experience and hygiene.
i-wave technology equals precision cleaning
Every Bidetmega toilet seat is equipped with i-wave technology. This Coway-only engineering was developed over time with efficiency in mind, using a tiny amount of warm, purified water to maximize hygiene and comfort. In a series of precise, concentrated sprays of water, you are refreshed and renewed, without using a scrap of toilet paper. You customize your water pressure and temperature, and your choice of wash modes have up to four cleansing steps: soft start, pre-wash, main-wash, and rinse-wash. Overall, it’s a gentle, pleasant experience, and a thorough, hygienic wash without any paper mess.
We’re so confident in the efficiency and comfort of Bidetmega, you can try out the product for 90 days* before making your decision. If anything about the product doesn’t satisfy you, you can return it for a full refund.
*Does not include Bidetmega 150