Iodine water filters kill bacteria found in normal tap water. Not only is this better for you, but it’s also better for your bidet toilet seat. Installation is a snap, and we’ll walk you through the steps. The first thing to do is close the water shut-off on the water outlet. Then, connect the water filter directly on the T-connection.
Once secured, reconnect the bidet hose from the other end of the water filter to your bidet seat. Open the shut-off valve once all connections have been secured. Check for any leaks around the area. As long as you don’t find any leaks, you’re all done and the toilet bidet seat can be used as normal.
Changing your bidet water filter every 6 months is recommended.
- Filter Type: Iodine
- Length: 6 inches
- Diameter: 1.6 inches
- 1 female end (water in): 1/2″ connection
- 1 male end (water out): 1/2″ connection