It's a bidet attachment. It's luxurious.
Or just get a bidet that goes on a toilet for $25 instead of wasting money on baby wipes
Get a bidet. They're remarkably inexpensive and save you thousands in tissue paper. If you think "Oh it'll be weird splashing my ass with water, though," think about this... if you got shit anywhere else, would you be comfortable with just wiping it dry? Or would you insist on water and maybe even soap?
a bidet. Because you dont know what a clean asshole is until you've used either baby wipes or a bidet.
It's not gay. It's fucking sanitary, you animals. It also turns every shit into a 1-wiper. So you save immensely on toilet paper
Protip: Get a bidet. They can be cheap and will save you HUNDREDS of dollars on TP. We barely need TP anymore, and this is coming from a fatass that used to use one roll per shit.
The portable one is alright. Gets the job done. I have the built in ones from Amazon in my old place.
Install one in your personal toilet when you get a chance. Super easy. YouTube vids.
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_i_WrmdGbJM3P0EK
I recommend getting a cheap, cold-only model, and learning to love the icy blast! I've been the proud owner of this $25 model for the last four years, and I love it.
The expensive fancy models have too many bells and whistles, which means too many additional (sometimes electronic) components that can fail. And in my opinion warm water models aren't worth the added cost and installation trouble.
Yes, you get a blast of cold water on your backside, but you get used to it quickly, and now I find it quite refreshing, especially in the summer. It's cut my toilet paper use down to about 10% of what it used to be, and you can really tell the difference in cleanliness. Now I hate pooping away from home, and feel like a barbarian when I have to rely on dry paper again.
Yeah, I've never ever regretted going with the cheap bidet. Have used plenty but I just don't think the extra features justify the price. Most recent model is here:
And my favorite, non-price-related feature is that the little arm will move the spray nozzle back and forth, making the wash much easier and require way less bum-scooching-dance in the process.
Nowadays bidets are very much accessible. I just searched Amazon and found this one for 25$ linkToBidet
I mean if you just search bidet on Amazon a bunch come up.
But this is the one I have. It's very basic and the adjustment is kind of useless, I just shift around to change the angle. There are even cheaper ones that I'm sure are fine.
It was $20 on Amazon and took 15 minutes to install. I just went on vacation for a week and I missed it every single day. Haha
I got this bidet from Amazon for $24 and I'm really, really glad I did. It doesn't have any fancy features, but it's pretty easy to install and works great 😀 (I've been using it for about a year now, and so far it hasn't needed any extra cleaning!)
> my line of thinking was you're sitting on the seat to do your business, then you stand up to let the water do its business. Are you sitting the whole time?
Oh no, you're definitely sitting the whole time. I can see why you thought water escaping would be a problem with standing up, that wouldn't work for sure.
This one isn't what I use, but the first picture has a pretty clear view of where the bidet nozzle is in relation to the rest of the toilet: https://smile.amazon.com/Greenco-Non-Electric-Mechanical-Toilet-Attachment/dp/B01A17T3N6/
The nozzle also retracts when you're not spraying. With most of the bidets in that style, water pressure makes it extend. A lot of them also have multiple settings to accommodate aiming water at the various types of orifices down there.
> Do you spread cheeks to get maximum bidet-age?
I'd guess the needs/exact approach is going to vary between people. You can feel where the water is hitting (and adjust the pressure) so it's possible to try different things and find out what works best for you personally.
> Man this is uncomfortable.
Well, I can't argue with that! I'd definitely recommend giving it a try and the ones that can just attach to your existing toilet are inexpensive. Installing it is also pretty easy. I am extremely un-handy and I didn't have any issues at all.
It's really hard to go back to just scraping yourself with dry paper after using the water-based approach for a while!
Este es el que yo tengo, pero lo puedes encontrar más barato en marketplace. Me funcionó a mí, por eso lo recomiendo, pero realmente no sé cuál sea el mejor en cuanto a precio-calidad. La instalación es sencilla, viene con un instructivo.
I think the best "portable" one is likely to be a plastic water bottle with one of those nipple attachments that when you squeeze really hard it'll spray fast and with decent PSI. but if you're looking for one that's easily installed and removed as you move from house to house over the years, this is what i got and it works like a champ. installation was quick and hardly required any tools. toilet paper consumption has dropped significantly and my booty feels refreshed after ever visit.
This is the one I bought, super basic and gets the job done not heated, I bought it at a time when I absolutely had no money so if you have a slightly better budget I'd recommend heated.
Greenco Attachment Sprayer for Toilet Seat, Easy-to-Install, Non-Electric Bidet with Adjustable Fresh Water Jet Spray, All Accessories and Detailed Instructions Included, 1-(Pack), White https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_8WR38R4G5BPRF9CGHRAV?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
That’s what I have. It works as expected. Since it’s cheap it only has a cold water option and not hot water. I also bought a $50 bidet that has a self cleaning option that you can look for. i reconmend a bidet for optimal hygiene
Consigue uno como este. En Marketplace lo vi en 200 pesos, se instala fácil.
Yo uso un bidet para no ensuciarme la mano y ahorrar papel. Lo recomiendo ampliamente, aquí está.
You don't need electricity. Get a simple model for 20 bucks that uses a t-valve on the same water line that supplies the tank. Super easy, barely an inconvenience.
Something like this
Its finally fully installed and working well. After replacing way more parts than I wanted to, my toilet is no longer leaking. All that too say, my butt is very clean.
Here is the link for the bidet I bought, /u/tanhan27. I honestly would recommend spending another $10-$20 for a bit nicer one, but this one does the job.
I'm fairly certain our first one was this one but a few companies made generic very similar ones. Amazon sellers can buy good reviews, but 11,000 seems harder to fake, and I mean, it's kinda hard to mess up, it's a simple product. Also, it's cheap.
We only stopped using the original because we wanted to upgrade and somehow ended up with the biobidet BB-2000 which is usually like... $700. I want to say it was on sale for $500. Frankly, it was total overkill, I think the $25 one was just fine... but I also didn't personally pay for it so... I can't complain. Haha
> It seems you do not understand what happens when water contacts your poop residual does.
I don’t know how you’re messing it up then because I’ve never had this problem using a bidet.
> Not everyone has the most advanced bidet with toggle spray action and adjustable pressure followed by air fan to dry your water-sprayed anus.
This is all you need and it costs as much as charmin 12-pack. I don’t know what you’re talking about.
Bidet attachments are only like $25 apiece... what cost are you talking about?
So here's the deal. This bidet has been working fine for 8 months, but I moved to a new apartment and installed the bidet. Toilet water pressure is totally fine, but I noticed the bidet pressure was incredibly low. I went to troubleshoot and found that when I push the nozzle back into the bidet, the water pressure is perfect, but when the nozzle comes out the pressure drops to barely anything. Any thoughts?
Just use shatafa for now , we use it every day and you don’t even need to touch anything, I promise it wont hurt and its a life changer
This bidet from Greenco is one that a friend of mine has and her family like it since it has survived 3 moves (one across country and two within a city).
Deep into my bidet shopping, I have to say I've never laughed so hard reading customer reviews of products on Amazon. Here is an example:
>My life will never be the same.
It HAS 6 settings, but anything above 4 would be a death wish.
Use 4+ only if you want to simulate being molested by Neptune himself.
3 felt like a zealous lover hastily exploring your secrets.
1-2 are tender but effective.
If you have doubts, there are many affordable options to try out. Fresh clean butti for all who wants it. #Bidet2020
You can get a cheap seat add on for about $20. I should say could. They are sold out on amazon and being price gouged right now.
When prices return to normal buy one. You will not regret it.
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_GUwBEbSQDD0P4
I got a Bio Bidet on sale for $25. Best $25 I've ever spent. The one I got is currently on sale on Amazon for $23.
Amazon has a bidet toilet seat for under $20 - DIY instsllation, no special tools required.
Congratulations!!! Can I make a gentle suggestion? You might be more comfortable if you install a bidet attachment to your toilet. They don't have to be expensive, this one is under $20, and it would be much more gentle on your tush than all the toilet paper and save you money in the long run. It was life-changing for me ��.
> This is why we need bidets to make a come back.
I use one in my home, and my room-mate loves it. Guests that come over regularly seem to like it too. They get a quick 10-15 second verbal-only instruction on how to use it the first time.
Cost me $20, plus the extra parts I bought to tap my shower inlet to have access to more than cold water.
> So how do I get a clean bumhole? Bidets are expensive.
$20 is too much for you? I even have it plumbed (with extra plumbing parts that I bought myself) to take water from my shower, which I can reach from the toilet, so it can use water that is not ice cold.
There are also electric bidets that offer many more features.
I have saved more than enough money from not having to buy TP nearly as regularly for the bidet to pay for itself. A roll, with just a small amount used for drying, lasts much longer now.
Is toilet paper included in the $350 on groceries? Because if there's one bit of advice I can suggest to everyone here it's definitely to buy a bidet. They can be bought on the cheap and will save you so much money on TP.
Also, are you a smoker?
you can get a plastic bidet attatchment on amazon for any toilet on amazon for like $20
Is really a simple device. It just uses existing pressure from your toilet's filler pipe and sends it up your ass
You can add a bidet without permanently changing the toilet. And for only $25 on Amazon
I would rather head over to Amazon and order a Bidet jet spray:
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I had no idea how cheap they could get.
I literally bought and installed this $25 bidet bidet myself in under one hour.
You got no excuse to have dried poo-ass
People found it but never linked it. link for your convenience
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_FRP8BVE68Y767Q1VMEPJ?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I will make a bidet out of that
Can confirm, best move. I got a tushy brand and a $27 one from amazon. The $27 one is better.
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_fabc_7VCFHJHGM65DH8GKWMNV
This is the one I've had for 2.5 years. Toilet paper usage is down 40%.
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_dC.cGbS6K3KDW
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Ud5ZFbGNBKB1V
I bought this bidet for $26 and its great! Absolutely worth the money IMO
you can buy a super easy to install add on one from Amazon for $20ish and they work great.
like this one.
For reference, I have something like this
I don't know if this has been suggested already but you can use a bidet. They are really affordable and easy to install like this one from Amazon https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_awdb_btf_t1_Jw9pFbDNVJNQ5
I got this one from Costco, it’s $40. We actually have two of them and they are awesome.
We started out with a cheaper one from amazon (like $30) and it worked well, but the way the Costco one hooks up is much better. Both are super easy to install though.
I think this is the one we had from amazon, or at least a really similar one:
I know there are super fancy bidets out there that are a couple hundred dollars if not more that I’m sure are great, but that’s a little too pricey for me. The water that comes out of these comes straight from the pipes (not heated like some fancy ones) so it can be a little chilly during the winter haha. But I really don’t mind. Something like this gets the job done!
Oh and the Costco one has a “women cleaning” option that I think will be super helpful postpartum.
The toilet seat attached sprayers seem to work pretty well. They’re $20 on Amazon. I’ve had one in each bathroom for 2 years.
You can literally buy a decent toilet seat attachment for $23 on amazon. Easily cheaper than the amount you spend on tp in a year.
I have a toto now. but I think I had a coco before and sold it to a friend when I moved. They sell one's on amazon for like $17 no heat though no electric.
Both electric bidets have lasted 8 years now I think. So it is kind of worth the price. Think ahead and realize you might need to buy an extension cord for it.
They are so easy after installing, I think they would be great for older or handicapped people, or if you are a bodybuilder, or have IBS.
Guys, for the lucky few who find this, you need to purchase a Bidet. It's as if angels are gently spraying water out of their mouths on your naughty back door making it sparkle for the gods. Not only will you use less toilet paper, but it makes everything down so fresh. Before sexy time with the GF, if you both take it for a quick spin, you're more than good to go. I feel like I went from the stone-age to modern day once I purchased one. Anytime I am away on a business trip and I have to wipe like a savage, I miss my bidet so much. I've been on a one man crusade in the US to convert my friends. Japan knows where's it at.
So, if you're worries, don't go fancy, get the cheap one on Amazon. It installs in less than 5 minutes and it won't break your bank. I promise you won't be disapointed:
Amazon link for the lazy on the first one I bought which lasted me over year before I decided to upgrade to something more fancy. You can't go wrong:
You can buy a bidet attachment. I got this one from Amazon for less than $25. Pretty easy installation. Recommend one highly!
Something like a bidet might work better.
This was the model I used if that helps. These are the pieces it included. But, I only found one of the two black washers in the actual box.
I'll look for a washer that may have fallen out, but I certainly didn't see one. I'll have to loosen it and see if there's a spot for the washer to go in. Tbh, I'm not very strong so unscrewing it has been giving me a hard time.
As for the twisted supply line, is it the hose that makes you say that?
Dude, get one of these and teach your kid how to use it.
Lots of cheap and easy to install bidets on Amazon. I’ve had one for a couple years and I can never go back!!
Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A17T3N6/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ldNaDb3S1RM1B