Exactly What is a Paperless Toilet?
The first "paperless toilet" was invented in Japan in 1980. The paperless toilet is a combination toilet and bidet. This paperless toilet dries the user after first washing the buttocks area. Approximately 2/3 of paperless toilets with seat warmers are found in Japan's households. They are also found in hotels and even some public facilities.
How does the paperless toilet work?
- First you press the button which gives you the 'Bidet' experience.
- A spray of warm water which is perfectly aimed.
- Then another button allows you to change the water temperature.
There are three different settings of water temperature from luke
warm to hot.
- Then there is another button with 5 settings which allows you to
the water flow from a trickle to a full blast.
- Of course, curiosity got the better of me and I took a sneaky look
over my shoulder to see how the Bidet actually worked.
- There is a button to adjust the temperature of the toilet seat,
which has three different heat settings.
- After all that is done, you select the dryer to complete the paperless toilet experience.