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    This Bidet Has Made My Butt Cleaner Than Ever

    More like bid-yay.

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    News flash! Pretty much everyone in the world has been riding aboard the bidet train for quite some time now — the exception being us big ol' bidet-fearing squares in the US of A.

    I decided to test out two bidet attachments at slightly different price points: the Tushy Classic ($69+), whose quirky ads and instructional videos seem to market it as the bidet of choice for hip millennials, and the Luxe Bidet Neo 120, which has nearly 5,500 reviews and a 4.6-star average on Amazon as well as a sweet $34.99 price tag.

    So first up, I opened my sleek-looking Tushy box and got ready to set that puppy up.

    Here's what you need to do:

    💩💩 This is where the excitement of setting up my new bidet was swiftly interrupted by learning that I had a *hard pipe* connecting my toilet to the water source. 💩💩

    This is what a hard-pipe connection looks like, FYI.

    This meant that I'd gone through steps 1 through 3 all for nil, and I'd need to order a flexible hose in order to install the bidet.

    OK, flexible hose in tow, we were back in biz. Back to step #4.

    Here's a quick video of how that part is done:

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    And finally:'d it go??? In a word: GREAT.

    Does it work? Absolutely!

    Now it was time to see how the cheaper bidet fared. Setup of the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 was exactly the same as the Tushy, except the hose that it came with was slightly longer.

    There's no nozzle adjuster on this one (aka it's designed for back entrance only), but if you really wanted to, you could just bend forward a bit so the water hits ~the right spot~.

    This bidet attachment also comes with a knob to control its self-cleaning nozzle. Unclear how often you're supposed to do this, but I guess once a week seems reasonable? IDK.

    The verdict: Both bidet attachments worked equally well! 🏆And I...actually feel kind of dirty and gross whenever I use a bidet-less toilet these days.

    Personally, I preferred the Luxe Neo 120 over the Tushy Classic, given that it's nearly half the price and gets the job done just the same.

    Either way, for the love of all things hygienic, go get that bidet! For yourself, for your loved ones — for anyone with a butt and a dream, really.

    Get the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 from Amazon for $34.79 and the Tushy Classic from Tushy for $69–$74.

    Tushy sent BuzzFeed the product to try free of charge, but we weren't obligated to positively review it.