I remember moving to Berlin with 2 handheld bidets in our shipping container ready to install. Thank God I also had 2 tabos because there are literally no exposed tubes or plumbing in our bathroom.
As you can see here. This was my fabulous golden flush on the wall. I was holding a sleeping DiploBaby while people were packing up our stuff outside. There is not place to install a bidet in the toilet.
WHY NOT FLUSHABLE WIPES
There are countries where bidets can be quite common like in Italy or in Finland. But if you are in a place that doesn’t commonly have one, a flushable wipe might feel like your only option.
I discourage “flushable” wipes because most of them have plastics and do not actually fully biodegrade. Which means you are adding microplastics to our waters. Instead, I recommend THIS as a better option for you. The bonus is that you can bring it when you travel so you can have a hygienic bidet that has GREAT water pressure.
Here’s a video of my tool-free hack to installing this bidet in our guest bathroom!
GOOD TO KNOW: AFTER ATTACHING TO THE WALL, LEAVE THE BIDET HOLDER FOR 24HRS TO CURE BEFORE USING!
If you prefer to order the same or something similar on Amazon Germany, I found 3 options below.
For the tool-free installation of the bidet holder, I recommend using special DOUBLE SIDED TAPE FOR HUMID/WET BATHROOMS because if you use ordinary double sided tape the humidity in the bathroom will eventually cause it to FALL OFF & possibly damage your bidet.
If you prefer to shop in Amazon USA, check my storefront for the links to what I am using or similar products below. I think you should choose based on what look suits your bathroom (i.e. chrome or matte?) and price.
For tool-free installation of the bidet holder, you have a couple of options on Amazon.com that are waterproof:
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