As clean as when you wash your hands Only water gets you really clean

5 reasons to choose Geberit AquaClean

1. Perfect hygiene

When it comes to hygiene and our sense of well-being, water is irreplaceable. It is the best way to ensure a thorough and gentle clean, with no skin irritation or exposure to chemicals. If you clean yourself with water after using the toilet, you will feel clean and freshly showered every time.

2. Gentle cleaning

Who would seriously prefer to clean their dirty hands with just paper, or replace their shower with some other, dry form of cleaning? Hardly anyone. As the skin in our intimate area is particularly sensitive and full of nerve endings, experts recommend cleaning with water whenever possible. Water is the gentlest and most thorough cleaning agent there is.

3. Sheer sense of well-being

Striving for a greater sense of well-being and a healthy level of self-confidence is all part and parcel of today’s modern lifestyle. After all, you have to feel good on the inside to really radiate this on the outside. This is where personal hygiene plays a major role. Geberit AquaClean leaves us feeling clean and fresh all day long – for a visible boost of confidence.

4. Life-changing

Once you discover this new type of personal hygiene for yourself, you will never want to go without again. Around 90% of our customers* are satisfied or very satisfied with Geberit AquaClean. It only takes a couple of uses for people to wonder how they could ever cope without a Geberit AquaClean.

*Geberit 2020 customer survey in Europe with 5884 participating Geberit AquaClean customers

5. Completely on-trend

In the Middle East and in many parts of Asia, cleaning with water is simply a matter of course. Two thirds of people around the world already clean themselves with water, and the trend is growing. It is also becoming increasingly popular in Europe.
Did you know? The shower toilet is a Swiss achievement. After recognising this need for hygiene and cleanliness early on, Geberit launched the first WC with spray functionality as early as 1978.