In 2020, the COVID-19 spread all over the world. The government advises people to maintain hygiene, wash their hands frequently, stay at home and not go outside unless necessary. As the number of confirmed corona virus cases is increasing, people in the United States, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Canada and other countries feel panic. In addition to hoarding food and drinking water, they are also rushing for toilet paper.
A global toilet paper shortage has exacerbated people’s panic. This situation is alleviated until people say ‘let’s get a bidet’. Not only the bidet can be a smart complement to toilet paper, reducing its need, usage and more eco-friendly, but also washing is more comfortable and healthy. Then we are seeing bidets demand skyrocket because of toilet paper shortage.