Yegu Hot and Cold Water Toilet Bidet Review

Yegu Hot and Cold Water Toilet Bidet Review

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Takeaway: Easy to install, leak-free, gentle but effective spray for washing up.

I used to be one of those folks a bit turned off by the idea of a bidet, but after installing one in the guest bathroom last year and using it regularly, I knew I wanted another one for the master bath. My first one was a cold water only one and while that was okay, the addition of hot water with a temperature mixer is multitudes of times better. In this self-install kit, you receive the bidet, 6.5' of hot water tubing, two seat couplers, a 25" flexible metal braided hose, 7/8" T-adapter with rubber gasket, a 3/8" T-adapter with rubber o-ring, and a set of illustrated installation instructions. The instructions are pretty basic and only show installation and not operation. A few quick observations: If you will hooking up the hot water, it's more convenient to have a sink within a few feet of the toilet with an exposed hot water line. If you have a sink over a cabinet, you may need to drill a hole in the cabinet/wall in order for the hot water to reach the inlet of the bidet. Also if you need longer tubing, you may need to reach out to the vendor for it. Like with the sink, it may take a minute for the water to warm up so if you want warm or hot water for immediate use with the sprayer, it helps to run the hot water in the sink first and also run the bidet cleaning mode to clear the cold water from the line so you'll get a warm spray from the get go. The hot water line installation is optional, and you can keep the cap on that inlet line if you'll be using cold water only.

The other tricky thing is that to activate the water stream you have to lift the temperature control handle up, which isn't described in the instructions. Turning it left and right only sets the temperature and pressure. The smaller dial changes the mode from bidet spraying mode to nozzle cleaning. Nozzle cleaning mode basically runs water out of the nozzle tip in case it gets soiled. In bidet spraying mode, make sure you're sitting on the toilet when you turn it on, otherwise water will shoot out of the toilet.

I recommend you turn the dial in the desired direction very slowly until you reach the temperature and pressure that's most comfortable for you. I found that even at the highest pressure the spray felt comfortable and gentle (unlike my other one which feels like you're being blasted with a fire hose at anything over the lowest flow setting), although this will depend on the pressure in the lines in your home. Overall, the installation of the bidet was pretty simple and straightforward and I haven't experience any problem with leaks. The bidet works well for its intended purpose and I think it does a great job of refreshing and cleaning your bottom versus using toilet paper alone.

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