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If you’re new to using a bidet, you may be wondering where the water for the bidet comes from.

The water supply for a bidet can vary depending on the type of bidet and the plumbing in your bathroom.

In this blog post, we’ll go over some common sources of water for bidets.

Water supply line for the toilet

One common source of water for a bidet is the water supply line for the toilet. Many bidets are designed to be connected to the same water supply line as the toilet, using a T-fitting or other type of connector.

This allows the bidet to use the same water source as the toilet, which is typically connected to the main water supply for your home.

Dedicated water supply line

Some bidets have their own dedicated water supply line, separate from the water supply line for the toilet.

This can be helpful if the toilet and bidet are located in different parts of the bathroom, or if you want to have more control over the water temperature and pressure for the bidet.

A dedicated water supply line may require additional plumbing work to install.

Tank-style bidets

Some bidets, such as portable or travel bidets, are designed to hold a small amount of water in a tank or reservoir.

These bidets can be filled with water as needed, using a faucet or other water source.

Tank-style bidets are convenient because they don’t require a water supply line, but they may not have the same continuous flow of water as a bidet connected to a water supply line.

Electric bidets

Some high-end bidets, known as electric bidets, have their own built-in water heater and pump.

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These bidets can heat the water to a desired temperature and deliver it to the nozzle, providing a more luxurious and customizable experience.

Electric bidets may require a dedicated power outlet and may be more expensive to install and operate.

Conclusion

The water supply for a bidet can come from a variety of sources, depending on the type of bidet and the plumbing in your bathroom.

Some common sources of water for bidets include the water supply line for the toilet, a dedicated water supply line, a tank or reservoir, or an electric water heater and pump. Understanding the water source for your bidet can help