best bidet attachments

The best bidet attachments are durable, affordable and modern looking.  In this buyers’ guide, we will identify the bidet attachments that meet that criteria.


A Bidet’s Purpose

The main purpose of a bidet is to clean your backside and genitals after using the bathroom.

Some use bidets in place of toilet paper, while others choose to use both methods of cleaning.

While they aren’t very common in the United States.

You’re likely to spot them in places like China, Japan, the Middle East, and others.

 As a matter of fact, bidets are found in 97 percent of households in Italy (source).

To use a bidet, apply a gentle soap around the area before turning on the spout if you wish.

Turn on the water and make sure the temperature is up to par. Then you just straddle the bidet (or the attachment spout) and let the water rinse the area.

 Once you’re done, you can turn the bidet off and dry the area with a designated bidet towel.

Different Types of Bidet Attachments

These bathroom amenities come in two main types: standalone and seat attachment.

Standalone bidets look extremely similar to a standard toilet, but they should never be used for relieving yourself.

 For this article, however, we’re going to focus on bidet attachments.

Attachments are much more budget-friendly and don’t require any serious bathroom renovations to install them.

These will attach right to your toilet bowl, between the under seat and the rim of the bowl.

  • Electric attachments – These attachments require access to an outlet as they will need to be plugged into work.
  • Non-electric attachments – This type doesn’t require electricity as you rely on a single hose that is attached to your water supply. With these, there is typically a dial to adjust the water pressure.
  • Bidet spray attachments – Spray attachments are similar to non-electric types as they hook up to your water supply and use a hose. These are good for maximum maneuverability.

Buyer’s Guide

Before choosing the bidet attachment for your bathroom, there are a few things that you need to bear in mind

Your Budget

For starters, keep a budget in mind for what you want. Bidet attachments are generally pretty budget-friendly.

but if you don’t want to spend a chunk of extra money then stick to a set budget. In most cases, bidet attachments will retail for anywhere between $30-$60.


Nobody wants to hassle around with a complicated product. Finding a bidet attachment that is easy to navigate will save you time and frustration.

You’ll find that many attachments come with easily readable knobs to change water pressure and other settings.

Temperature Preference

 If you’re looking for one that won’t freeze your rear end, consider one with temperature settings.

Keep in mind, though, many attachments don’t come with a heater setting. However, there are some that can connect to your hot water supply.

 Adjustment Abilities

 The more adjustable a bidet attachment is, the more convenient it will be.

When shopping around, see if one has an adjustable water pressure option along with temperature, nozzle, and spray width options.

Installation Process

While bidet attachments are generally easy to install, some require fewer steps than others. If you truly want a hassle-free product.

it’s smart to find one that comes with everything you need.

You should also be on the lookout for attachments that don’t come with a million parts. The fewer parts needed, the faster and easier the installation process will be.

Best Bidet Attachments

Now that we’ve gone over the ins and outs of bidet attachments, let’s take a look at ten of our favorite options.

These products were chosen after hours of research to ensure that you’re being shown the best of the best.

1.GenieBidet Ultra Thin Attachment – Ideal for Women

This bidet attaches right to your toilet seat and is quick and easy to install.

The design is flat, which gives it a sleek and modern look.

Along with the attachment, you also get a steel-braided supply hose and a travel bidet with it. 

The GenieBidet made second on our list because it’s ideal for women.

It comes with dual retractable nozzles that are self-cleaning and has separate nozzles for genitals and the backside.

This one comes with a one-year replacement warranty in case anything goes wrong with the product.

All installation hardware is included and installation shouldn’t take more than 15 minutes.

Keep in mind, though, that this particular attachment won’t fit the following toilet models:

Pros & Cons


  • Design is sleek
  • Great for women
  • Comes with a hose and travel bidet
  • Installation is quick and easy
  • Everything you need is included


  • Pricier than other options
  • Doesn’t fit all toilet models

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4/5 stars

Versatility: 4.75/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

2.Brondell SimpleSpa Thinline Bidet – Super Slim Design

Our next pick is great if you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option.

This attachment is available in a dual or single nozzle and is super thin so there isn’t a massive gap between your toilet and the seat.

 The thinness of this attachment is great, not only for reducing the unsightly gap but also for preventing cracks in your seat from stress.

The inside components of the bidet attachment are ceramic and made of brass. This will prevent the inner workings from corroding and wearing down over time.

 It has front and rear wash options as well as an easy-to-use control knob too.

Along with that, it also has an adjustable fit, a nozzle guard and two retractable nozzles. The water pressure can be customized as well by adjusting a knob.

Pros & Cons


  • Less expensive than other products
  • Slim design prevents pressure cracks
  • Adjustable water pressure
  • Inner workings won’t corrode
  • Retractable nozzles


  • Dual option doesn’t have a self-cleaning feature
  • Tends to leak

Ease of Installation: 4/5 stars

Price: 5/5 stars

Versatility: 4/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

3. LUXE Bidet Neo 180 – Easy to Use Bidget Attachment 

Our next pick is another great option for women.

It comes with dual nozzles and is explicitly recommended for clean-up during the menstrual cycle or postpartum.

This is a cold water bidet, so bear that in mind if you’re looking for a “warm” option.

The settings are completely adjustable and has a one-touch pressure lever for use. When the attachment isn’t being used, the nozzles retract.

We also like this one because the nozzles are self-cleaning and the attachment is designed to fit any toilet model.

The core is ceramic to prevent corrosion and the hoses are made of braided steel rather than plastic.

This particular product comes with everything you need for installation as well.

Pros & Cons


  • Easy to navigate the controls
  • Great for menstrual cycles and postpartum healing
  • Made of high-quality material
  • Can fit all toilet models
  • Retractable nozzles


  • Cold water only
  • Water tends to splash around

Ease of Installation: 4.5/5 stars

Price: 4.25/5 stars

Versatility: 5/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

4. Boss Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment – Universal Bidget Attachment

yle=”font-weight: 400;”>If you’re looking for a sure thing, this is one to consider as it’s able to fit all toilet seat models.

It comes with dual nozzles that both retract when not in use and installs in less than fifteen minutes.

It’s also super easy to use as you just need to turn the knob to your desired setting.

The nozzles are also self-cleaning and the round plates are adjustable to ensure a good fit.

On top of this, the product also comes with a one-year warranty in case you run into any issues.

There are two different knobs: one for bidet use and the other for nozzle cleaning. Both knobs are clearly labelled to avoid confusion. 

Keep in mind, this attachment sticks out to the side. You may have issues if your toilet is in an enclosed space.

Pros & Cons


  • Fits just about any toilet model
  • Self-cleaning nozzles
  • Clearly labelled knobs
  • Dual nozzles
  • Nozzles are retractable


  • Attachment sticks out pretty far
  • Pricier than others

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4/5 stars

Versatility: 4.25/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

5.Greenco Fresh Water Bidet – Budget Friendly Bidget Attachment

This next one is certainly the most budget-friendly option on our list.

It also has the ability to adjust the angle of the nozzle.

It’s also likely to fit most toilet models thanks to the adjustable sliding brackets.

Also adjustable, the nozzle can be customized to meet your needs.

The nozzle is also retractable and made of rust-proof, high-quality plastic.

The Greenco bidet is super easy to install as well and doesn’t require any special tools to do so.

We like this one a lot because it has a sleek, modern design and doesn’t protrude super far from the toilet seat.

Pros & Cons


  • Adjustable nozzle
  • Extremely budget-friendly 
  • Modern design
  • Nozzle angle is adjustable
  • Easy to install


  • Product is made of plastic
  • Pressure settings are awkward

Ease of Installation: 4.75/5 stars

Price: 5/5 stars

Versatility: 4/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

6. Astor Bidet Spray Attachment – Full Warranty Bidet Attachment

Unlike our previous pick, this one is made of brass.

Installation for this one is also relatively easy and shouldn’t take more than 20 minutes.

It doesn’t rely on any electricity and comes with everything you need for proper installation.

When not in use, the spray nozzle retracts to maintain sanitation.

The nozzle will easily extend by turning on the water spray control dial. The nozzle will automatically retract when you’re finished.

This one comes with a fully backed 12-month warranty as well. If anything goes wrong with the product, the company will give your money back.

Pros & Cons


  • Comes with a full warranty
  • Automatically retracting nozzle
  • Comes with everything you need to install
  • Budget-friendly
  • Easy to install


  • Creates a noticeable gap between the seat and bowl
  • Tends to leak

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4.75/5 stars

Versatility: 3.5/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

7. Brondell SouthSpa Bidet – Left Handed Bidet Attachement

Listen, being left-handed is a serious struggle.

Luckily, this bidet attachment was made specifically for left-handed people.

Designed to fit on the left side of the toilet bowl.

This bidet can be purchased with a dual nozzle, single nozzle, or dual nozzle with temperature settings.

It comes with a smooth dial, which gives you much more choice in both the temperature and the amount of pressure being released.

It’s easy to install and comes from one of the most well-known and well-liked bidet brands on the market.

The attachment is easily adjustable for installation, has a self-cleaning nozzle knob, and has positionable and retractable nozzles too.

The bidet’s core is made of a ceramic valve, which helps prevent leakage and corrosion.

Pros & Cons


  • Has temperature controls
  • Nozzles are easily repositionable
  • Inner workings won’t corrode
  • Lefty-Friendly
  • Smooth dial makes adjusting pressure easier


  • Pressure settings can be touchy
  • Leaves a considerable gap after installation

Ease of Installation: 4.5/5 stars

Price: 4/5 stars

Versatility: 4.5/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

8.Veken Non-Electric Bidet – Bidet Attachment With Bumpers

You may notice that some of the options on our list have a tendency to leave gaps between the toilet seat and bowl.

With this attachment, you don’t need to worry about that.

This Veken bidet comes with bumpers to be used to “fill in” the gaps and prevent cracking.

The company also guarantees that this particular bidet will be leak free for 10 years after purchase.

This makes sense considering the hose is made of durable brass and also comes with a waterproof rubber ring.

The Veken bidet has a dual nozzle that is both retractable and self-cleaning.

Along with that, it also comes with a nozzle guard gate to protect the nozzles from unwelcome germs and bacteria.

Pros & Cons


  • Comes with gap bumpers
  • Made of brass
  • Comes with a nozzle guard gate
  • Easy to install
  • Dual nozzle


  • Water comes through the gap
  • Not compatible with all toilet models

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4.25/5 stars

Versatility: 4.5/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars

9.Bio Bidet SlimEdge Attachment – Modern Bidet Attachement

Finally, we come to our last pick. This bidet attachment is perfect for those who care about aesthetics.

Its design is modern and sleek and isn’t a total eyesore.

Many may not even realize it’s there. It’s also thinner than most attachments.

Which makes the event of seat gaps less likely.

This one is considered a dual nozzle attachment and comes with one handy knob that controls both nozzles.

The attachment has a brass valve and inlet along with a braided metal water supply hose and a built-in, certified check valve.

This product comes with a one-year manufacturers’ warranty. No electricity is required for use and installation is easy as well.

Pros & Cons


  • Sleek and modern design
  • One-year manufacturers’ warranty
  • Made of high-quality materials
  • Non-electric attachment
  • Easy to install


  • Guard doesn’t slide away on low settings
  • Water pressure is hard

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4.75/5 stars

Versatility: 4.25/5 stars

Ease of Use: 5/5 stars


10.RinseWorks Aquaus Handheld Bidet Sprayer – Super Versatile

This option comes in either ABS or brass material.

Both options come with a heavy chrome finish and 3 interchangeable spray heads along with a 5-inch extension.

Its versatility is nice because it allows you to customize the product to what you need.

The Aquaus handheld is designed with dual precision 360-degree pressure controls and two spray pattern sizes as well.

The pressure controls are activated with your thumb.

And can be set ahead of time so you don’t have to mess with it every time.

We really like this one too because it’s the only handheld tested and approved for legal installation.

This one is our top pick because it can be used for more than just bidet purposes.

This handheld sprayer functions as a bidet along with a cloth diaper sprayer, a rinser for your toilet bowl after you use it, or rinsing muddy shoes among other uses.

Pros & Cons


  • Has multiple uses
  • Product is customizable
  • Thumb activated pressure controls
  • Tested and approved for legal installation
  • Versatile and Customizable


  • Tends To Leak
  • There’s a small lever to turn off and on

Ease of Installation: 5/5 stars

Price: 4/5 stars

Versatility: 5/5 stars

Ease of Use: 4.5/5 stars



How To Install A Bidet Attachment

How to Install a Bidet AttachmentAlong with requiring no renovation time and hard work, attachments are generally pretty easy to install.

Attachments can typically be installed in less than 30 minutes and only require a wrench and possibly a screwdriver.

Here’s a quick rundown on how to install your bidet attachment (source):

  1.  Remove the toilet seat – You can remove the seat by removing the plastic wingnuts underneath the rim near the back of your toilet seat.
  2. Place your attachments and adjust accordingly – Make sure the brackets on the attachment line up with the holes on your toilet seat.
  3. Reattach your seat – Tighten all nuts and bolts to make sure everything stays securely in place.
  4. Turn off your water supply to the toilet – There should be a valve on the wall behind the toilet. Flush your toilet to drain any water.
  5. Connect your attachment – Your bidet attachment should have come with a t-adapter. Connect this adapter to your toilet’s fill valve and reconnect the water supply hose to the adapter.
  6. Connect the bidet hose – This part should connect with the t-adapter and the bidet’s inlet.
  7. Test your bidet – Turn the water back on and test the bidet to make sure there are no leaks and everything works properly.

Not all attachments are created equal and depending on your personal preferences, one product may work better for you than another. Regardless the benefits of bidet use are well known. 

When I think about a bidet, the first thing that comes to mind is a luxurious and high-end bathroom.

As much as one wants to live luxuriously, budgeting tends to be a major setback.

Standalone bidets can cost anywhere from $500-$1,500 and sometimes even more.

However, bidet attachments are much more budget-friendly and won’t require you to uproot and repipe your entire bathroom.

Not to mention the amount of space you save with attachments rather than standalone options.

 Whether you lack the space, the budget, or the time to renovate, a bidet attachment is a perfect alternative for you.

Bidet Attachments Are Great Investment 

Bidets are a great investment for anybody who is looking for a more eco-friendly lifestyle.

Not to mention they clean much better than toilet paper too.

However, standalone bidets can be pretty expensive and aren’t always in the budget for people.

This is why bidet attachments are becoming more popular. They’re much more budget-friendly and require little to know installation time to do so.

If you’re on the hunt for a high-quality bidet attachment, our favorite is the RinseWorks Aquaus Handheld Bidet Sprayer.


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