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On hot Summer days like today, I let my glorious $25 bidet shoot water at my butthole for 5 minutes longer than needed while scrolling Reddit.
save $25 as fast as you can! I bought one on amazon 4 years ago and its still the best money I ever spent. My boss and 3 of my friends followed suit and are all happier people as a result.
Before we moved in, I hired a forensic cleaning company to completely clean sanitize the whole house. (Well, except for the basement.) Being able to move into a perfectly clean house where I didn't have to worry about my then-infant daughter touching something nasty was a huge help.
Installing bidets on the toilets in the house was a big hygiene improvement, especially for my daughter.
Epoxy coating the garage floor has saved tons of time in spill cleanups.
Everyone on this subreddit, go on Amazon and get yourselves a bidet! Less than $30 to access that cooling booty relief, it’s also a major toilet paper money saver. This is the one I have, godspeed y’alls’ buttholes.
Everyone should have a bidet in their home. They're not all that expensive either unless you go with a high end Japanese model. I think I spent $25 on mine which has lasted 5 years so far, and is the best quick fix for summer swamp ass.
Edit: added amazon link to the bidet I have
It's basically a jet of cold water that's aimed at your asshole. I've owned this exact one for just over a year now, and it's legitimately one of the top 10 purchases of my entire life. That's not even an exaggeration. It has a dial that lets you adjust the pressure of the water, so that you don't accidentally give yourself an enema. The nozzle is already angled so that the water hits the right target. Seriously, buy one. It'll change your life.
Or you can go super cheap and get one that doesn't require electricity but shoots ambient temperature water.
Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000 [link]
Edit: link that has 6.6k reviews instead of 60.
Well, to be fair, you can get a simple bidet on Amazon for $25. In the long run, it'd end up costing less since its life span is certainly longer than toilet paper.
Actually, according to Amazon it will be 6 years this September. The one I ordered is here Astor Bidet, and it was $26 at the time, which was the normal price not a 'sale'. Sadly the cost looks to have doubled now (probably price gouging because of demand).
DO NOT shave with a razor or even clippers/buzzers. The first day or two might feel nice, but MARK MY WORDS, the next 6 months to a year will be the worst itchiest hell you have ever experienced.
Get some mirrors, take some adderall and go at it with scissors is your best bet.
ALSO, you can get a relatively cheap bidet (~30$ and up) that attaches to a standard toilet from Amazon. This thing changed my fucking life.
Of course! Right now /u/fillup420 and I have the Astor Bidet, it was $25 on Amazon and it is seriously amazing.
Stay away from the high-pressure setting though. We use that to clean our mirror on the other side of the room.
This might be tmi but have you ever used a bidet? I got one on Amazon like this that hooks up to a normal commode. It's pretty forceful even on the lowest setting and you can really get it blasted into nooks and crannies. For that fresh clean feeling! And it's not a bad way to wake up in the morning ;)
Dude the cheapest one on amazon is $25. That is the one I have and it works great, like seriously I will never go back to wet wipes and tp only.
Too lazy to install it on my toilet.
With that being said, a bidet is super easy to install and is only $24.95 on Amazon.
One was ordered from Amazon, Astor and the other one I found on chance on clearance at Kohl's department store. I don't recall the brand and not at home. But that one I like better, it's very similar but has more pressure.
Fuck charmin toilet paper y'all install bidets $25 on amazon
If you're re-doing your bathroom, maybe a fancy mom-level bidet is in the cards for you, but a year ago or so I bought one of these Astor Bidets from Amazon. $25, I feel at this point, everyone should be blasting their asshole with water. Super easy to install, seems to be a laser guided, heat seeking water stream as it hits the spot with stunning accuracy.
Has variable speeds, but full blast is total hole destruction, unnecessary. The downside versus a pro-bidet is the water is cold only, I'd imagine warm water bidets feel amazing but surprisingly, the cold water isn't bad at all.
It's a gamechanger, best $25 I ever spent.
Get your own bidet, they're easy to install and they're awesome! Here's a popular one from Amazon: The Astor CB-1000. Though you might want to spend a few dollars more and get one that taps into the hot water from your bathroom sink.
Could you try a bidet attachment? $27 on Amazon, installed it myself with a pair of pliers in about 20 mins (and I am not a handy girl). Now, instead of that 'not so fresh' feeling, I am clean clean clean, even after period poops.
I just ordered this bidet from that hygenie thread on askreddit two days ago, will report back. I dont want to use a quart of god damn toilet paper on peanut butter shits anymore.
Try one? Nah. Tell her to fully commit and get one at for her own thrown. $20 on Amazon. Worth it.
FWIW it you wait till after the panic you can get a decent one off amazon for ~ $30, not hundreds. And they only take like 5 min to install/uninstall.
This one only set me back $27: [link]
"on Amazon looking for bidet attachment" def way to go, usually they run like 20-50 for a basic one, in terms of plumbing skills/tools needed to install it's about on the same level as changing a shower head though it will take longer. Got a cheap one for my self a few years back and I'll never look back
I got this one off Amazon a few years ago for my super hygiene conscious partner. He always had to have those moist wipes before I bought this, haven't bought them since. Disclaimer, the product listing is from my "purchased" items but it appears to be updated, I'm not sure if it's still the same quality.
You ever had smeared peanut butter on your hand? You ever try to clean it up? A wet wipes won't clean it as much as you just rinsing your hands off in water. It's a preasure thing.
Bidets are especially great when you have a smeary shit. Used to use wet wipes before and when I got my bidet I stopped buying those entirely since they do better in cleaning up and I've saved money in the long run. Even use less toilet paper since I just use it to dry my bum.
$25 for one bidet vs $40 for every 4 months. I've saved much more. This is the one I use. 5 star rating, had it for two years and had zero problems.
But fun fact, there already is particles of feces everywhere in a bathroom, that spreads when you fart
Yup, I linked the one I got one Amazon there you go. That's the on I bought but seems cheaper versions came out since then.
It’s a fancy one, yeah. Heated water, blow dryer etc. It ran me about $300. I have another one upstairs which was $25 and has no frills, but works just as well. Here’s one like it:
IMO it’s better than a hose because your hands are completely out of the way.
I was going to mount it on the toilet, the kind that's like a water fountain, so all you need to do is turn it on, like this Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000 [link]
lol well I'm sure there are ones that run into the hundreds. But the little bolt on ones like this are inexpensive. That one is similar to the one I have and it works great.
You think people would just invest in a bidet instead of that.....bin idea.
bought this one for $25. It's great, it's one of those cheap things that will last you for a long time.
cheapest one on amazon and it works amazing. You can shop around for ones that have heated water and what not.
The hell you mean bidets don't clean well enough? You sit there for 30 seconds to a minute for to clean everything and then wipe yourself dry is all. Even after messy mud butt I had I still got a better clean than any wet wipe.
this works so much better than any wet wipe would.
There's a little shower head type thing that is retracted underneath the bottom of your toilet seat but like 8" down(The seats on these are pretty tall) and moves out a little and shoots up stream at like a 30 degree angle at your rear door and sprays it clean. It just all goes off you and down into the water. I've never had any on the nozzle thing or the bowl of the toilet. It's all a rather clean process. The water hose for it is split from the water hose that you have from the sink for drinking water, never from in the toilet....
I'm one step ahead of you, bought this ages ago. Works super great, never going back to wet wipes, I also use far less tp.
This one is installed into the toilet. It doesn't shoot water until you want it to and the nozzle goes back into the guard not in use. Only reason there will ever be a puddle is because some asshole think it would be funny to turn it on while the lid is open and the person not sitting on the toilet.
Guess in america that would be a problem for the public places but for private residents, can't imagine living without one now.
just relax your anus and turn it on low and climb your way up. If you can wipe your ass with tp this will clean it np.
You can always install a bidet instead. I'm sure a low pressured water stream will feel great for a flair up and you will use less TP because you'll just be patting yourself dry instead of wiping for shit.
Kinda, I have a bidet at my house. After every shit it's like a shower on my ahole, so much cleaner than using wet wipes.
Damn you heathens. Do yourselves a favor and get [link]
The water pressure this puts out will blast away any stubborn shits that may be causing you problems. As well as keeping your shit hole nice and clean. Let this thing blast water up you ass until your full then let it soak in there as long as you can hold it. Then let it all come flowing out easy peasy.
the water comes from the same source that fills the tank, you replace the hose from the valve to the tank with one that has an offshoot connected to the bidet (About the same dificulty as changing a showerhead to do) , there are ones that say they have tempature control IDK how I have a more basic one. anyway here's the cheap one I use
My trick is keeping my asshole clean so my butthole doesn't itch. This fucking thing is the best $26 I ever spent.
Very similar to this
But given what you two said, I probably shouldn't put warm/hot water through it.
Another possibility (if possible) is just getting a small reserve tank type thing to at least have room temperature water.
Ja japansk scifi-toa med tusen knappar och neonljus är en lite annorlunda upplevelse.
Och det finns snikversioner att montera på vanlig toalett.
Same here! Took a suggestion from this sub and got the Astor (no pun intended by me- but possibly by the manufacturer) Bidet from Amazon for $30 including shipping. It took less than 5 minutes to hook up using their parts. Now my parts are constantly clean and there is no more wiping- sometimes a pat down to dry the area. I still check with TP after particularly crazy BMs and am still amazed that the area is completely clean.
Get a bidet ($25 toilet attachment). Spray, wipe once, done! That thing will pay itself back in a month with as much toilet paper you're using.
I'll tell you what is so very helpful during these times is this simple to install (10-15 min) bidet attachment for your toilet. works just just like it should so you aren't endlessly wiping your butt sore. (that and my squatty potty and magnesium glycinate) have improved life for me.
As someone who use to have this problem, I advise Psyllium (Metamucil). It helped me in a big big way. I also got a bidet attachment for home.
I have This one no issues with the seat at all. Over a year with it and going strong.
EDIT: LOL i've had it exactly a year yesterday, just looked at my amazon order history.
Just throwing this out there for everyone. I bought one of these 2 and a half years ago and it's still going strong. Bullseye every single time. Women can even lean forward slightly and wash their mommy parts. I would pay triple for another if mine broke down.
You could try one of these. Test out the whole thing without needing to buy a whole bidet.
I have no advice on what you should do, but I just got a bidet installed on my toilet and it's amazing. I highly recommend it if you're having issues.
honestly, the bidet attachment I got is a fucking life changer. I'll never own another toilet that doesn't have one. It's not even expensive, and with zero plumbing experience took me about 5 minutes to install.
Everyone is saying wet wipes but there is a much better solution: a toilet bidet attachment. 1) It will quickly pay for itself with the amount of TP you save 2) IMO it is cleaner than wet wipes 3) less irritation on your butthole since you are only patting with TP to dry whereas wet wipes you still need to rub them in 4) no need to worry about having flushable wet wipes/no clogging the septic.
Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000 $26 on Amazon, will change your life!
I'm from a country which uses both TP and have bidets.
If a girl pees, she uses TP.
If a guy or girl shits, you use TP to clean it a bit, then use the bidet. That way you don't use your hand directly to your shit filled anus.
When on the US or places with only TP, you have three options.
One is to get used to shitting before taking a shower.
Second is to get used to TP everywhere. You'll feel disgusting at first, and then get used to it. Bidets are definitely more hygienic, but you can get used to being dirty after a while (fortunately?)
Third, if you're a normal man you probably love shitting in your house and don't usually shit anywhere else. You can do option number one or also get one of these from amazon
It's something cheap that might help you. Definitely easier than actually installing a bidet in your bathroom, even if you had the space for it.
And as others have said, shit, use tp to wipe yourself, throw inside the toilet. Flush it down with everything else. Pull underwear and pants on again, you're done. Even if you don't feel like it.
The acceptable thing to do is clean your hands afterwards, even if you only touched TP.
Below is what i bought. Easy to install, so long as your plumbing isn't awful. One thing to note, this is not one of the fancy ones that has warm water and all that jazz, if you live in a cold climate, and have seriously cold water...you will get one hell of a wake up in the morning using this thing. Be prepared.
This isn't something I like to admit, but you started it. I have the same issue. Although I have no advice for diet, what I can suggest it a bidet. I got THIS one on Amazon for cheap. They are easy to install and its like taking a shower after every bowel movement.
This is the one we purchased. Super-easy to install.
I mean something like this. It's a toilet attachment, not a separate thing you'd have to update the entire bathroom for.
Bidets are not expensive at all. I have this one and it works like a charm.
I gotta tell ya, I got one of these and my TP consumption has gone waaaaaaaaay down. I go through a roll every 2 weeks now, instead of 2-3 a week
I bought this one:
(I hope that link works for you, otherwise search for Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000)
It was really cheap and fairly easy to install and I just really like it. I use less TP and I get no irritation anymore.
Great reviews similar to the one I have. It's only cold water though, so be prepared for that in the winter. (I have no issues)
Link for the lazy
Most bidets don't take up too much space. You can find a lot on Amazon that just attach to the seat like this one.
I've had times where I had to wipe so much I had to give courtesy flushes to make sure the damn toilet didn't clog. VERY close to just buying the damn bidet. It can't be that bad. There's a converter thingy on amazon for normal toilets. It's been on my wishlist for years.
Up until a week ago I wiped until all was clear, to the detriment of my poor raw asshole. Then I saw someone somewhere on here mention bidets and I bought the one in the link below and it's changed my life. Go easy when you try the various settings. The bidet could easily function as an enema in a heartbeat if you're not careful and prepared.
Y'know, I understand the merits of various designs, but I'll take my North American toilet + bidet attachment any day. No squatting. No mess. Very hygienic.
Look into buying one of these for your butt-wiping challenges. It works like a charm and you feel so sparkly clean.
A while back I bought a bidet attachment for my toilet (only $35, including shipping from Amazon), and it works flawlessly, so as a result, they're all no wipe shits for me. A nice bonus was that when I recently fucked up my wiping hand, I didn't have to attempt to wipe with my other hand since I had the bidet to take care of everything. I'll never go back to wiping now that I've seen the light :)
I bought an item -wait for it- with amazon and somehow sent it to the old address that I lived 7 years ago. It was too late when I realized , it was delivered 1 day ago, so I called amazon and explained them that I did something stupid and it was my fault. They said they will resend it to me right away but I should be careful next time.
What was the item that purchased that showed on someone else's house?
Sure, this is the one we use in the guest's bathroom. The only difference is that the one we use in the main bathroom is electric and about twice the price.
Install a bidet. They are $24 on Amazon. Fuck fabric, only use it to dry your clean ass.
Edit: For your health
Bought this bidet attachment 3 years ago and it’s the best $25 I’ve spent
I get my toilet paper from Amazon as well, but I also got a $25 bidet from Amazon and it has been life changing. You will never ever ever regret it. My husband was a hard sell in trying it, now he won't poop anywhere but at home lol he feels disgusting without it. Took less than 10 minutes to install and only needed a Philips head screwdriver.
Basic $25 bidet
Slightly nicer one for $35
Amazon has a ton. They're pretty cheap too. This is mine.
Or if you can't afford $300, spend $25 and get one of these. Either way, you'll never go back.
For less messy amazon links you can extract the part after "/dp/" in
and make it:
Or via smile link:
Plz send any recommendations via PM
I don't have IBD (my son has CD), I have a bidet ($25 on Amazon that was highly recommended by reddit users about three years ago) and absolutely recommend it for everyone!
You can get one off amazon for like $40
EDIT: It's actually only $25
My wife and I have the super basic model from Amazon, it's been very sufficient for us: [link]
Price is now $25 [edit: non-sexual rectal device on amazon with over 6,000 reviews at 4.5 stars, yall should try it ;) ]
>Isn't feces water going to get all over the sides of the toilet and your butt? It's a spray of water against feces, so aren't particles going to get everywhere, including your butt?
No, jet is small and your butt isn't a flat surface that it just richochets off of.
>There doesn't appear to be a way to "lightly clean" or "deep clean". Feces can be of very different textures, and one may need more or less cleaning. But, the jet of water is the same regardless of what cleaning needs to be done. But with TP you can adjust the pressure and amount used.
Most modern bidets attacehd to toilets have a knob that can be turned to adjust the jet from a gentle trickle to a pressure wash
>For really sticky feces, wouldn't the pressure of the water to clean it all off need to be so great that you could get injured?
No. This just isn't an issue. Plus, you can still use toilet paper and then use the bidet to rinse everything off like washing your hands.
>With no TP on hand, what if one just needs to quickly blow their nose? Sure tissue paper is better, but the TP is convenient if one just needs to do a quick blow and that's it.
Nobody is stopping you from having TP on hand. You can have both.
>For female humans, isn't there a greater risk of infection? The feces spray could get where it isn't supposed to go.
Again, this just isn't an issue.
>For the bidets that aren't built into the toilet, but are separate...what about people with disabilities? TP seems easier.
Sure, so get one that attaches to your toilet.
>Given the cost and inconvenience of installing a bidet, and knowing that TP works....I don't think it's worth considering "upgrading" the bathrooms to have bidets.
Mine cost $20 and took 5 minutes to attach and has given me 5 trouble free years of service. It has more than paid for itself in reduced toilet paper use. I don't have to explain it to guests because I also keep toilet paper in there. However, I have several friends that, after trying mine, have bought their own. It's one of the best purchases I have ever made and I highly recommend you buy one like this and give it a try.
I have a foot stool similar to this in the ad and a bidet I bought very similar to this one on Amazon that I installed.
The attachments are even cheaper and judging from this video, you can even drink from them.
I looked it up on Amazon, $24.95 and all you need it a wrench.
$25 on Amazon, friend. That shit'll change your life, it's hard to go without now.
I bought one from the brand "Astor" - the cheapest one they had. It's been years so it's a little different now but the closest model I can find on Amazon is this (however it seems there's a shortage of them on Amazon right now because all appear to be sold out)
These two from Walmart seem to be comparable in both price and functionality:
If you think you're gonna be a big bidet convert, and you have a power outlet near your toilet, I would recommend going with a Japanese style washlet system. Toto makes the best. They have heated seats, self cleaning functionality, and warmed, adjustable water. Those are the best. But they're so expensive ~$300 and I would have to get a power outlet installed making it way too expensive.
These nice $30 guys from Walmart and Amazon get the job done. Super easy to install, I did it in 10 minutes and I'm not a super crafty guy. The only thing some people may have an issue with is the temperature - they connect to the same line of water as your toilet so the water gets pretty cold in the winter. But I don't think it really is noticable, especially when you turn the pressure up high. That's the second thing that some people might have an issue with - the pressure is completely adjustable to your comfort level, but the max is REALLY strong compared to Japanese washlets. I don't think that's a bad thing, but just go slow until you get used to it, haha
Hopefully those two from Walmart won't sell out soon. I haven't checked on Amazon in years before today so I don't know if that's usual or if the virus is scaring people into being bidet converts (if only one good thing can come out of the virus, lol)
This is what I use: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B003TPGPUW/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
But it looks like Amazon doesn't have it anymore. Bummer. (oops, no pun intended)
I LOVE IT! Still use a little TP, but not as much. My digestive system is not happy, and I can range anywhere from water to peanut butter consistency. This has been a godsend.
Same! I started with the Astor bidet from Amazon and after a couple years bought our current Alpha bidet. Sounds like we're on the same wave length with the squatty potty too! I love it, it removes any constraints. More people need to see the health benefits of evolution of bathroom technology.
They're so cheap too! $25 from amazon. I prefer the Japanese sprayer style over the Euro "just a low sink" variant.
I 2nd this and cannot recommend them enough. I have 2 and they both were relatively easy to install and cost lest than $55 for both total.
Here's one very similar to what I have.
[link] It's actually the top one on amazon.
I installed this one ($25) just recently. Took like 20 minutes.
You're too young to feel this way. You sound depressed. Fall in love or see a doctor.
And get yourself a bidet. You'll never go back to wipes.
get a bidet
Especially when you have installed one of these!
Thank me later.
25 bucks prime: [link]
Here's your solution.
This one. Installation doesn't take very long and isn't that difficult. Been impressed so far!
Seriously? Just buy a non-electric bidet. They are under $25!
Like this?: [link]
If so, it's stupid easy and takes five minutes tops.
Invest in a bidet instead.
Buy a bidet
Buy this instead.
The attachment is only $25 on amazon and works great.
You could also install a $25 bidet and remove the need for toilet paper.
Nothing fancy but highly effective. link
It is an add-on bidet they are a life changer. Makes your booty feel like royalty.
Cost effective wtf? Just get this [link]
Ouu a proper bidet sounds cool, I'm just a Canadian chum. I use this lil guy , fills me up well!
I got THIS one for $28 at the time and I couldn't be happier.
Costs less than a bulk TP pack [link]
This is what they are comparing it to (on Amazon for $26)
I can also vouch for the astor CB-1000, its only 25$ and it literally changed my life. You dont need anything more than low, high would be painful.
The top rated one on amazon, Astor CB-1000 Bidet. I dont think it was a prime day sale, but I did in fact buy it on prime day.
This thing [link]
It's great. Cold water only but it's not as bad as it sounds. It's really fucking fantastic tbh...
You could get a "bum gun" installed by a contractor OR you could install a $27 bidet attachment yourself in about 20 minutes with a pair of pliers.
there are cheaper options at Amazon for both styles that I know of:
None of them need any significant renovations.
this one is AWESOME
Yeah, I've got one of these on my toilet, it's great. cut my TP budget by 95%.
This might be easier to install
At least for home use, this thing has made butthole considerably happier with me.
I bet your house would fit one of these
Clean that shit, do the $5 bucket of fuck up paint, get new electric covers, bidet, Shower head. All of that should leave you enough left over for some beer.
buy one on amazon for 20$ nerd. mine is amazing
>Bidet Toilet Attachment
>Use way less toilet paper, cleaner butthole, and just an overall more comfortable pooping experience (no more wiping over and over). Seriously, this thing is a complete game changer. I used to love taking work dumps so I would be getting paid to poop but ever since I got this thing I try to always poop before I leave the house. It is a world of difference.
That plus a squatty potty and you'd be a defecation champion.
I have this one. It works great, and fairly inexpensive.
I live there and I use one of these. Works great and super cheap.
This should be in every household.
i found this on amazon and it's really cool, should I buy it? and i want this too. but i also found this
it's extremely simple to install and will be completely removable when you move out.
I'll start: heating pad, calmoseptine, peppermint and camomile hot tea plus various tea paraphenailia, bidet. I suppose I might use some of these if I was crohn's free, but I came into each looking for relief from symptoms in one way or another.
Bro if you like clean b-holes then get one of these. Changed my life.
I bidet attachment was definitely my top purchase of 2013.
I had tried out a washlet in Japan, but I was still sort of on the fence about getting one at home. I hated wasting too much toilet paper. I hated clogging the toilet. And I knew it would be more hygienic... but the idea of spraying my butthole with water was offputting.
Then, I read this line in the comment thread of some Reddit post, "If you got shit anywhere else on your body, would just wiping it off with paper be enough?" ... Aaaand I immediately headed to Amazon.
I'm renting, so I couldn't replace the whole toilet, nor could I install run any electrical, so I couldn't get one that was heated. I also didn't want to spend much money. So I found a bidet attachment that sits inside any existing toilet and attaches to the toilet's water intake. It's around US$27 (I believe Amazon.ca was selling the same model for around $30-35). It took all of five minutes to install.
It's way more sanitary than just wiping your ass. it's essentially a tiny pressure washer in my toilet... which means I get completely clean in a very short period of time. No more poop marker. No more clogs. The water can be a tad chilly in the winter, but it's never so cold that I can't use it.
I still use some TP to wipe/dab myself dry, but the amount of toilet paper I've saved has more than paid for the price of the bidet.
As strange as it sounds, I highly recommend that everyone get one. These things should be standard in every home.
Oh they have ones that mount between the toilet seat and your toilet and then connect to your toilet's supply line. That's the kind I have.
I heard a lot of good stuff about this one, I haven't used it myself though, but with 1050 review and still a 4,5 rating, you can't really go wrong. Do follow up what it changed for you!
changed my life
buy and install a bidet. It will pay for itself in 2 months.
You can get a bidet attachment for your toilet for pretty cheap [link]
Buy a bidet: [link]
save on toilet paper, feel cleaner.
well, I just bought one on Amazon.( [link] )
you don't need a plumber to install, it's very easy to do it yourself.
Yes, you can. Just order this from Amazon. Quick install and easy to take with you when you move.
I'm not part of any kind of disinformation campaign, and I'm an engineer, not a paper/tree/recycling shill...
I was just pointing out that it's kinda crazy unless they're only using the remnants of the trees, and that I like the way the recycled paper works too prevent plumbing and septic problems. I promise I'm not just saying it for points or something. I used to get massive problems with clogged pipes before and even after we installed bidets on our toilets. The toilets we installed just after we moved in, because I'm disabled from my MS and I can't do the normal short toilets, so we got the new elongated Kohler ones. The pipes/house was still twenty years old though, and it had been owned by two other families before us. The biggest problem with the pipes was probably due to the most recent occupants, who treated the house very poorly because they were apparently angry at their landlord. Granted, the landlord was an asshole, but now I've got temperamental pipes even five years after getting many people in to fix them. So even after we installed the "addon bidets" to decrease the toilet paper usage, we still had some serious issues with clogged up pipes until we switched over to the recycled types of paper.
Actually, I am lying - this time I bought a case of Angel Soft Professional, because I found it on Amazon Warehouse for really cheap and I was in a rush to order it because we were in the process of moving back to this house after a stint trying to move back to North Carolina that failed miserably because I picked the worst rental property in all of Chapel Hill... So this time I ordered this "Angel Soft Professional Series" (I got it on Amazon Warehouse, but this is a Sam's Club link because it was what came up when I googled it, and contains a bit more detail on the "more details" page than the Amazon product page does). So this one's still working with the septic without issues, contains only 20% post-consumer recycled content, contains 80% "Sustainable Forestry Initiative-certified" and "Forest Stewardship Council" certified pulp, and it's good enough to use after the wannabe-bidet.
Sorry, I forgot to mention that the wannabe-bidet I keep mentioning here is this one from Amazon, we paid around $20 like six years ago when we for it, it's now $24.95 or $23.50 on Warehouse. It's "good enough", severely decreased our toilet paper usage in general, and they've been totally functional for the whole 6 years. We've got three and even detached them and brought them with us to the rental in Chapel Hill, then moved them back, and haven't had any problems with any of them (knock on wood). I had no experience with bidets prior to this except for a few hotels we've stayed at afford three of those "heated butt super cleaning machines" that was linked by the OP of that top comment, so we got these three instead. They're great, cheap, and severely decreased the toilet paper usage and plumbing issues - and combined with the Angel Soft (or the full recycled one I used to use that I can't remember the name of), they've completely eliminated any plumbing issues, clogs, and having to pump out the septic as frequently.
I'm sorry if I offended anyone though, that really wasn't my intention. I'll link this comment on my original though, in case it helps clear anything up. Sorry for appearing to be a shill for recycled paper though, I really didn't mean to in any way.
Step your game up my stank-ass brother. This might just change your life and bring you into the 21st century.
Or this if you're down to drop an extra $10 for a slightly nicer version.
That seems wasteful (lol) - I have this bidet that's a heck of a lot cheaper and works well.
This sort of bidet will shoot your ass marbles off into the toilet anyway so it doesn't matter anyway.
Hmm, good time to buy I suppose. It bothers me though, there is NO WAY that those would ever be their "list" price. $199 for the BB-70? They are absolutely out of their minds. It's essentially a freaking hose redirector in a plastic shell.
This is the one I bought.
Bidets do cost a fortune, though. They're not wrong.
Or you could not waste your money buying packs constantly..
I bought one of these.. Changed my life
Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment by Astor [link]
You can stop the itches and change your life forever with a bidet
For only $28 (in the US) you can be itch-free and save on toilet paper.
Get a diaper pail? If I felt like my bathroom smelling like shit, or using an excess amount of seal-able plastic bags to put my shit rags in, I'd just buy a bidet, or a fucking bidet attachment for 30 bucks.. Here's a review.
And the next best thing is
iRobot Roomba 960 Vacuum Cleaning Robot + Dual Mode Virtual Wall Barrier (With Batteries) + Extra High Efficiency Filter + Extra Sidebrush + More [link]
Heated seat is sooooo nice but I went cheap since this is my first one and I wasn’t sure if I’d like it