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Installation Guide

USABIDET products have been engineered to allow easy installation with common household tools. The homeowner is usually quite capable of doing this themselves. Our products are designed as easy DIY. There are not expensive plumbing modifications or electrical connections necessary. The instructions are simple and easily followed.

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Learn How To Use A Bidet: Installing A Bidet

Bidets have really gained popularity in the United States as was basins for cleaning your body after using the toilet. While adding a freestanding bidet to your home requires dedicated plumbing lines, bidet toilet seats are handheld bidet sprayers are easy to install and require very little space in your bathroom. This guide reviews several options for how to install a bidet, including installing a bidet seat, a bidet sprayer and a freestanding bidet.

Before Installing A Bidet

Installing a bidet toilet seat or bidet sprayer is one of the easiest ways to add the cleaning function of a bidet to a bathroom with a limited size or a home with a limited budget for plumbing renovations.

  • Determine whether you prefer a bidet seat or sprayer and choose one that suits your bathroom and fits your toilet bowl.
  • Before bidet installation, use the shutoff valve to turn off the water to the toilet.
  • Flush the toilet until the tank is empty

Tip: Installing a bidet product such as the USABIDET H1 or USABIDET H2 will involve detaching the water supply hose, so have a towel or small bucket ready to catch any water remaining in the tank or hose.

How To Hook Up A Bidet Toilet Seat

  • Detach the toilet’s flexible water supply hose from the base of the toilet tank.
  • Attach the bidet t-valve to the base of the tank
  • Then attach the water supply hose to the lower connection of the t-valve.
  • Attach one end of the bidet’s supply hose to the upper connection of the t-valve.
  • Attach the free end of the bidet hose to the bidet seat. Make sure all connections are secure.
  • Use the shutoff valve to turn on the water. Check for leaks and test the bidet.

Tip: Some bidets seats have fittings for separate cold and hot lines if you’d like the option of warm water.