Through the cumulation of functions in the same sanitary ware toilet and bidet it improves the hygiene and comfort while saving space.
Using water to clean the anogenital area is more hygienic but also more economical, by eliminating the use of toilet paper. Dry toilet paper can not clean your delicate surfaces effectively. The use of dry paper can lead to irritation, and never clean you completely which over time can cause bacteria growth and infections. Paper is just a good way to spread around bacteria that can lead to hemorrhoids, and possibly bladder, and urinary tract infections. Continuing to clean with dry paper will only lead to irritation of these sensitive areas, along with increased bleeding and itching of the affected area. This scenarios do not happen to everyone, but many can relate to the problems that dry toilet paper can lead to.
Almost 80% of all infectious diseases are passed by human contact. Estimates are that 50% of people washing their hands after using the facilities, and many of them do it incorrectly. So if you don’t have to use your hands at all then there is less chance of passing or coming in contact with a virus. This decreases, and can eliminate the chance of germs from urine and feces to multiply by contact with surfaces, and contact with others.
Unlike traditional bidets, Non-Electric bidets are more efficient because it is not necessary to use the hand in the washing process, this is due to a special nozzle that pressurizes and directs the flow of water exclusively in the wash water.