Is Tushy Water Cold?

The temperature of the water your Tushy bidet depends on the model you select.

The Tushy Classic 3.0, has an automatic self-cleaning nozzle and variable pressure and angle control, but the water is the temperature of the tap water in your house.

This shouldn’t be ice cold, but it probably won’t be warm either. For an indication of what it’ll feel like, you could always test the water in your toilet’s fill tank.

Don’t worry — this water is clean. It has been pulled in straight from your home’s clean water supply, and is waiting to be released into the bowl with the next flush.

If it’s your first time using a cold water bidet, it may come as a shock the first time you use it, but like anything, you’ll get used to it in no time.

Don’t take our word for it, though. Here’s what one customer had to say:

“No need to get the one with heated water, we have both models and room temp is perfectly comfortable. We love the Tushy and definitely recommend it.”

Does Tushy Spray Warm Water?

Whereas the Tushy Spa 3.0 comes with a temperature-control knob that lets you crank up the heat — but it needs to be hooked up to your home’s hot water supply.

Of course, this could pose a problem. If your home doesn’t have a constant supply of hot water and you deplete the reserve, the bidet water could come out cold.

Because it’s all analog, when you adjust the temperature of the Tushy Spa 3.0 it’s tweaking the ratio of hot water to cold water. There’s no thermometer built in.

It’s the same way a standard run-of-the-mill shower works, so the max temperature is bound by the temperature the hot water spews out of your taps.

Neither Model Requires Batteries or Electricity

Just like the cold water Tushy Classic 3.0, the Tushy Spa 3.0 doesn’t require batteries or electricity. Both models rely on water pressure to blast water out.

It’s no surprise then that Tushy is one of the best bidet brands. It’s catering to the masses, offering simple, yet effective toilet seat bidets, at an affordable price.