Environment problems for the earth, problems for you.

We’re using 70% less TP now! We used to buy a Costco pack every month, now its every 3 months or longer! It’s slowly paying for itself!
~Elizabeth & Gary D., Tampa FL
No more wet-wipes! I thought they were a God-send when we first started using them but the filled up our septic tank and we even found some in our drain lines! They’re flushable alright but they don’t break down. Well no more with our new Blooming Bidet!
~Joanne S., Carnation WA
I have used several different bidet seats in the past and by far this one was the best. Excellent water pressure with a boost feature, very sturdy design unlike some of the other brands. Stainless steel nozzles are nice and we think this seat is much larger and more comfortable.
~Jennifer & Stephen H., Ojai CA
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27,000 trees are cut down worldwide daily to make toilet paper, according to a National Geographic article by David Braun.  This uses 850,000 gallons of water and 454 tons of chlorine for bleaching, per day!  bidets benefit the environmentAlong with the consumption of these natural resources, more and more people are becoming sensitive to the perfumes, chemicals, paper dust that comes along with modern, fluffy-soft toilet paper.

A Wet Wipe Wasteland

Did you know those wipes that say they’re flushable are causing millions of dollars in “wipe-related equipment problems” across the country?   NYC has spent $18 million dollars in the last 5 years. In your home, the can accumulate in your pipes and result in a softball sized wad translating into costly plumbing repairs, overflowing septic systems and backed up toilets.

Better for you, better for the Earth

The answer is simple

woman-giving-ok-signThe answer to these problems is simple:  cut back on toilet paper usage, period.  Use of a toilet seat bidet typically reduces toilet paper consumption by 75%.  Many people are able to completely eliminate toilet paper from their shopping lists by utilizing the built-in dryers on most bidet toilet seats or using a dedicated drying towel.

But do they really work?

For most people the answer is an unqualified YES.  We’ve done our own quality control tests with excellent results.  In fact we conduct monthly QC checks to make sure things are still squeaky clean.  Some of our more overweight users have a more difficult time getting completely clean, but we are usually able to find a seat with the right spray pattern to help them as well.  Call us for a specific recommendation, we’ll be glad to help.

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Environment Blog Posts

  • Wet wipes are clogging sewer systems nationwide

Wet Wipe Wasteland

August 10th, 2015|0 Comments

Regardless of what the package says, put them in the garbage and not in the toilet.  If you are on a septic system or using a macerator, the wipes could be building in your pipes [...]

  • Grove of tall leafy trees.

Do Bidets Save Natural Resources?

April 24th, 2015|0 Comments

Toilet Paper is flushing these trees down the drain. “Popular everywhere except North America, where Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper annually, switching to bathroom bidets could save 15 million trees.” [...]

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