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There are many types of toilet bidet:
Freestanding toilet bidet
This is the traditional type of toilet bidet. Freestanding toilet bidets are placed next to the regular toilet, and they look like a large, low sink. Freestanding toilet bidets are sometimes filled with water that rises to the surface of the bowl, and they may be equipped with jets.
Handheld toilet bidet
A handheld toilet bidet, also called a bidet shower or bidet sprayer, is a nozzle that stays attached to the toilet. This type of toilet bidet is manually placed near your private area to clean your genitals and anus after using the toilet, sexual intercourse, or for freshening up. With a handheld bidet, you control the positioning of the stream of water.
Built-in toilet bidet
A built-in toilet bidet is a toilet equipped with a toilet bidet feature. After flushing a toilet with a built-in bidet, the toilet may automatically dispense a vertical stream of water to cleanse you.
Warm water toilet bidet
A warm water toilet bidet can be built-in, free-standing, or a sprayer attachment. A warm water toilet bidet is simply hooked up to the hot water pipe system or has a built-in water warmer which provides a warmer spritz to your bottom when you use it.