Frequently Asked Questions About Bidets

Posted on September 30, 2015 by LUELUE BIDET

  1. Will the bidet fit my toilet ? 

    Well, we recommend you to click here. We have got two different sizes, elongated and standard, more than 95% of the toilets in Australia are standard size. 

  2. Does A bidet Require Electricity

    We offer both non-electronic and advanced bidet seats. Advanced bidet seats require electric to operate. Please click here to have a look at our bidet seat. 

  3. How long does it take to deliver ?

    We usually ship the bidets at the same day orders placed before 4pm (Sydney Time) between Monday to Saturday. Please click here to get more information about our delivery policy.

  4. Who is your carrier?

    We both work with Fastway and Australia Post

  5. What should I do I have not received my bidet ? 

    Please give us a call on 1300 069 660

  6. What if an Item is missing?

    Please give us a call, we will troubleshoot over the phone. If anything is missing, we will ship to you for free !

  7. Does your products meet Australian Standards ?

    They both meet Watermark and electrical requirements.

  8. How does the warranty work? 

    We offer best bidets in the market however it's very rare that you might have a prroblem with your bidet seat. If you think that there is a problem with your bidet please give us a call. If we can not solve the problem on the phone, we will ask you to ship your bidet to us and once we have fixed the problem, the bidet will be shipped to you for free. 

  9. How long is the warranty ?

    it's 2 years.

  10. My bidet did not fit my toilet, can I return it ? 

    Please make sure you click here and have a look at our buyer's guide page. On the other hand we aim to provide the best service to our customers, if the bidet is not used or the installation kis is not opened we may accept return products otherwise we may not accept the return products due to bidets are personal hygiene products. There may be restocking and delivery charge applied. 

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Which bidet should I buy?

Posted on July 11, 2015 by LUELUE BIDET


First of all, we are proud to pick the best bidet options for you, We do offer 3 different type of bidets, bidet attachments, bidet seats and portable bidets . 

  • A bidet attachment can provide you only the basic wash function. In this case, you do not have to change your toilet seat. The bidet is placed between the toilet pan and the seat. And there should be a tap next to the toilet seat. 

  • A bidet seat can be electronic or non-electronic, an advanced bidet seat is a bliss, those ones are electronic, they heat the seat, water, they dry, massage etc.
    A non-electronic bidet seat can provide you only the basic wash functions. 

  • Portable Bidets can be a life saver, they can be both electronic or mechanic. It does not require any installation.


  • A bidet seat basically replaces your existing toilet seat. All you need is atap next to the toilet and a power point within 1.5 meters.

  • A bidet attachment is the easiest way to turn your toilet into a bidet. All you need a tap next to your toilet. 

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Toilet Paper Facts

Posted on April 04, 2015 by LUELUE BIDET

Toilet paper wipes out 27,000 trees a day


Worldwide, the equivalent of almost 270,000 trees is either flushed or dumped in landfills every day and roughly 10 percent of that total is attributable to toilet paper, according to the latest issue of World Watch magazine.

“Meanwhile, growing populations, adoption of Western lifestyles, and sanitation improvements in developing countries are driving the increased use of toilet paper,” the magazine added. “The result is that forests in both the global North and South are under assault by paper companies competing to fill consumer demand.”

“Steadily increasing demand for toilet paper in developing countries is a critical factor in the impact that toilet paper manufacturer have on forests around the world,” says author Noelle Robbins in a World Watch  Institute news release. “And with the increasing pressure to reduce and discontinue the use of old growth forests, the move is on to tree plantations.”

But according to Robbins, this cure could be worse than the disease, World watch said.

“While the paper industry often touts plantations as the solution to creating an ongoing supply of virgin pulp and fiber, these monocultures often displace indigenous plant and animal life, require tremendous amounts of chemical pesticides and fertilizers, and soak up large quantities of water.

“While some toilet paper manufacturers rely on forests, others turn to trash cans for their raw materials.

“Advocates of recycled toilet paper point out that converting virgin pulp to toilet paper requires more water than recycled paper and makes use of the tons of already used paper that fills landfills. Various estimates place the quantity of waste paper tossed into U.S. dumps and landfills at 35-40 percent of total land filled mass.”

“Toilet tissue, whether manufactured from virgin pulp or recycled paper, will continue to be an important part of daily life in Western countries and in developing countries emphasizing improved sanitation to mitigate health concerns,” Robbins said.

“Education of consumers; improvements in quality, pricing, and marketing recycled products; and willingness to consider toilet paper alternatives such as water for cleansing must be pursued to meet the needs of a growing global population.”

Posted by David Braun of National Geographic on April 16, 2010

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