Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 24
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by bidetbuyer Easy to install bidet. Works great.
Very easy to install. After using for a couple months, it does not leak. Nice quality and a fair price.
July 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jo not roccomnded
Just a year and leaking used only a few times in my summer home , poor quality, they try to help u till a point. 111
July 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Choy Mrs. BidetSpray Attachment for Toilet in White
I'm satisfied with Mrs. BidetSpray (hand held) great for personal hygiene. Love it
December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by utahmillers Second time to buy..........this version is better
I bought this before several years ago from Home Depot, but found this one to be a better design. The shut off valve is a new feature which helps prolong the life of the item - instructions say to turn off the valve when the item is not being used. The shut off handle is within easy reach when sitting down on the toilet. Installation was a breeze....very simple. Wish the hose were more flexible, but I can certainly live with it as is. Would buy this again without hesitation - it does the job!
May 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Janet Change can be rough
This is my second time buying and reviewing this product, which when I purchased it was advertised as being an attachment useful in rinsing cloth diapers in the toilet before washing them in the machine. My purpose then was to use it as a better designed personal hygiene device (may I say no more?). The new product now seems intended for a broader use, on your bum, as in a bidet, and yet has added a feature that makes it less serviceable in that application and more serviceable as a diaper scrubber. The addition is some little knobs on the sprayer that could be used to scrub a diaper. But seem somewhat aggressive for application to personal parts! And besides, make the thing harder to clean. It still serves the purpose, however. And there is one other change. You can now turn off the spray attachment (in case of leak, which was a worry and even a fact with the older model, although it never happened to me) through an in-line off/on valve separate from the toilet off/on control. The fittings seem a little heavier, as well. Those changes are good.
I think this device is a better solution to personal hygiene than the retro-fitted toilet seat attachments sold by the same company, and by others. Those really are hard to clean. This one is uncomplicated, clear of the toilet seat, and works. I think a bidet is a real stress reliever and Home Depot sells this at the best price, although it is not carried in my local store.
May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by CleanFreak A Better Way to Clean
Installed in about 45 seconds with pliers, no leaks. The head swivels for all needed angles. Quality seems better than expected for the price. We've used it about a month now. We had a similar product in our downstairs bathroom and this is better- quality and function. For those not familiar using products such as this, be careful, once you start using it you will not feel properly clean without it. After using the spray, we just use TP to dry off- always much cleaner than dry paper.
Home Depot's website asks for a "photo of the product in action", I think not.
December 10, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by JH Try another brand
Looks like 2 different engineers designed this product. The part that connects to the toilet is high quality and very nice. The handle on the other hand was cheaply designed and built. Handle leaked on 3rd use. I would try a different brand.
December 15, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by SparkleButt For a clean and healthy Tush!
This is my third Ms. Bidet. When people notice one in the restroom they ask about it and I rave about it. My father in law bought one and he loves it!! My aunt took ownership of one and made me buy another one. Fun for the whole family!! LOL But seriously, it's a great product!!
Note: Over time, it may clog due to natural deposits in the water line. This is easily cured by removing the end cap, flushing and cleaning the line then replace the end cap. No different than a faucet aerators accumulating deposits.
April 4, 2015