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Do I Need a Bidet Water Filter? | New Bidet Q&A | Bidet Answers with Dan

When should I use a water filter with my bidet? Daniel Johnsons briefly talks about when to use a bidet water filter.

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Do I Need a Bidet Water Filter? Transcript:

Do I need an Inline water filter for my Bidet seat? Technically, you may not if your water is not hard. You may be able to get by without an Inline water filter. However, if you want your bidet seat to last as long as it possibly can, it’s always a good idea to use a water filter. The general time frame for changing a water filter is every six months. We have a subscription to a filter service, where you can get a filter sent to you every six months, so that you don’t forget to change it; Thus, allowing you to extend the longevity of your seat, for as long as possible. We do have a link to that filter subscription in this video description, so that you can set that up and make sure that you’re taking care of the seat, the way you should. One important thing to note, oddly enough, Toto is one of the few brands that does not support Inline water filters, so if you have a Toto product this is a question that you can bypass.

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