I have a GFCI outlet in my bathroom (next to a vanity), and want to install a bidet, by the toilet, which will need an outlet. I was advised at the Home Improvement store that since its a bathroom outlet, it needs "a GFCI at the beginning of the run".
Do I need to install a second GFCI in my bathroom? The only reason for the new outlet would be to power the bidet. The existing GFCI is diagonally across (hence inconvenient) so I could use a Legrand Wiremold
My original plan was to extend a line from a regular outlet on the bedroom wall, right behind the bathroom, now I realize it was probably unsafe given the steam and moisture in the bathroom.