Bidets are a luxury that not all of us have; however, there are a few people who have a bidet in Buffalo, and one Bidet owner is having a bit of a dilemma.

I know you are probably thinking, "Are you kidding? When did Buffalo get so boujee that we started adding bidets to our home?"


You're not alone.

It is kind of crazy to think that in 2022, there are Buffalo homeowners that have upgraded their regular toilets to enhanced bidets, but that doesn't mean bidets don't come with their own problems.

With the way the weather is in Buffalo and how it affects the house water, one bidet owner asked Reddit, “How do you all cope with the (slightly above) freezing cold water in the pipes??

The resident said they “can't even run it for 10 seconds before my bhole is painfully cold,” and they wanted to know if anyone else was experiencing a similar issue with their bidets in Western New York. 

But how many people in buffalo actually use a bidet?

There’s actually more bidets in Buffalo than you’d think, and it’s partly due to the Great Toilet Paper Shortage of 2020.

How Many People In Buffalo Use A Bidet?

You’d be surprised how many people actually use a bidet in Western New York.

So...should you add a bidet to your Buffalo home?

Although you may be hesitant, it sounds like it may be a good idea; at least, a ton of Western New Yorkers seem to agree.

You can buy a bidet for just under $200 from Home Depot in Cheektowaga, or you can get one for nearly $80 more from Bed, Bath, & Beyond.

If you are looking for other bidet options near you, click here. And good luck!

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