Many Americans still haven’t discovered the joys of a good bidet. Not only is it the cleanest way to wash your tush, but it’s also extremely economical and better for the environment. Now, you can easily transform your toilet with the Slim Glow and see what you’ve been missing.
The Slim Glow is a bidet attachment that hooks to your toilet and is easily installed on your own. It’s designed to fit all standard toilets, is battery-powered and the brass design means it was built to last. The bidet offers two cleansing options, one for the back and one for the front, and has LED indicators to make sure you’re on the right one.
An easy-grip knob, retractable nozzles and an embedded night light make it virtually idiot-proof. After one session with the Slim Glow you’ll wonder why you ever used toilet paper in the first place.
The Slim Glow bidet attachment is currently in the design stages, with prototypes set to begin shipping this month. If you’re interested in getting in on the ground up, head over to the website to get more information on features and ways to order. The Slim Glow is set to retail for $158, but early birds can snag a pretty great discount!
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