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The Japanese have perfected the art of after-poop cleaning with the Toto Washlet. But if you don't want to spend tons of money on that you can have the same cleaning power with out the heated seat for $24 on Amazon:
Lol. The toilet attachment. Amazon sells them for like $25-$50 dollars. Here is the one I have. Works wonders: Luxe Bidet MB110 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment [link]
Real talk you can get a bidet that attaches to your toilet with 10 minutes of work for like twenty bucks on Amazon and it's one of the greatest purchases I have ever made
Yeah, it was pretty cheap for the one I got. This is the one I bought from Amazon. I can't give a review for it as I still haven't installed it yet, but installation seemed like it should be pretty straightforward. There are a bunch of different ones for sale on Amazon though.
I used TP for the longest time, and then I tried my mom's baby wipes. I fell in love. Pull it out of the box, use it, then fold it up to a clean side. Use again, fold again, use again, fold again. You could get three, sometimes four good solid wipes out of a single sheet.
Then I found out that wipes don't break down in the septic system. And I found out about the bill for slurping out 2 years worth of baby wipes from the cesspool. So now I had to dispose of them in the wastebasket, or some other separate container.
A...less than ideal sort of solution.
Then I got this. (Oh, you sneaky fuckers. It was $36 when I bought it, now it's $19.)
Now I don't use any TP or baby wipes. I drop a load, then rinse off. And no matter how much Mexican I consume, this baby takes care of it all. And on those days where I'm dehydrated and stoppered? Just pull your cheeks apart and relax, and you'll get a little help in getting it all out.
Best household purchase in my life.
Best $40 I've ever spent. Once I got mine, now everyone in my family has one in their homes. I'm here to spread the good word.
Will end all wars and make everyone 15% happier. Best $36.95 you will ever spend.
Just to be sure, I'm talking about this one.
There's about a 99% chance your bathroom has the proper connections if you are in the US.
Can't answer your question but just buy a bidet toilet attachement and keep using your normal toilet paper. Much cheaper in the long run and no plumbing issues.
Dude, no joke get a Bidet. I saw a post about it a few months ago. So I decided to give it a try. They suggested a Bidet from Amazon. It was easy to set up. I love it! My whole family now uses a Bidet. It has changed my whole bathroom experience. Here is the Amazon link:
Installed onto the toilet. This is the exact one I bought both times. Price went up a few bucks over the years, I guess I spent $37 this time, it was like $32 when I got the first one almost 6 years ago. Worth every last cent I spent on them.
Luxe Bidet MB110
It's a non-electric attachment. Took 5 mins to install. I thought my water may be too cold, but its actually quite comfortable.
Bidet seat, followed by a few squares to dry and a few more to verify cleanliness level achieved.
Not a doctor, but I do have a recommendation for your hand issue:
35$ bidet attachment for just about any toilet
I invested in a bidet on amazon, 36 bucks, easy to set up in like 30 minutes. Your ass and wallet will thank you.
If you're that committed, i would seriously just buy this one for your toilet. It installs easily, and doesn't require electricity: [link]
$40 is not a bad price to avoid religious conversion or trips into town for a butt splash.
Here's a good alternitive until you do get your own place. Just attach it to what ever seat you currently have.
Bidet PSA: Buy this, it will be one of your favorite purchases.
> Normally when I poop on the toilet my shit dries and its painful as fuck to remove. In the shower the shit will flow off immediately and there will be no ripped off ass hairs.
My friend, allow me to introduce you to your new best friend: the bidet.
They do make attachment bidets. I bought one about a week ago, thought I'd give it a try. Not too expensive, you can find a variety of them for under $100 easily. Here's the one I bought (not an affiliate link, no worries).
It was a little weird to get used to, but now I don't know that I would want to go without.
I've installed 2, no tools required. Cost is not prohibitive.
It actually is a "wonderful little gadget that will" clean your ass for you instead of spreading the shit around. Wish granted.
Amazon sells them. I have one and it's wonderful. Do your business, spray for about 30 seconds, and use a bit of TP to dry yourself. No stains on the paper, and you'll find that a Costco-sized package of TP will be enough for a year or more.
here is the one I have. I’ve had 5 friends buy it after seeing mine. You won’t be able to shit anywhere else after using this. Good luck
for those who were as curious as I was, this seems to be the best option on Amazon factoring in price and customer reviews: [link]
This is what I got from Amazon. [link]
Not available now, but there are other options which I'm sure are just fine.
Buy one of the cheap-o ones from Amazon that tees off of the supply line and give it a go and I think you'll understand. That, plus you'll save on TP.
A bidet for home, and wipes for travel.
This is an example: [link]
$24 on Amazon.
Worth every penny.
> I'd like a bidet tbh, if my bathroom had space for one I would get one.
$19.95 can be installed in half an hour: [link]
I have a bidet that attached to my existing toilet. Best $35 I ever spent.
Here's the one I have:
Although I've bought a few different kinds ,  for friends and family over the years. Maybe it sounds weird to give someone a bidet for Christmas, but in all 4 cases so far they came back at me raving about how amazing it is.
Seriously one of the most life changing things I have ever bought over the Internet.
I've tried the Neo-120 on a round toilet before, and it worked, although I had to sit maybe an inch or so forward of where I normally would. I've never used that model on an elongated toilet though, so I can't say if that was a function of it being a round toilet or if that model just aims forward to what I'm used to. All the people I gave them to have round toilets, I think, because they live in older homes, so I suppose it wouldn't be an issue for you. One of the things that shocked me the first time I used mine was that it was DEAD ON on the first blast. I said out loud "holy shit, how did they know!? (where to aim for me)." Somewhere there's an engineer who is an expert at predicting butthole locations. I don't worry about overspray, no, your buttcheeks should contain the overspray and it just rains down into the toilet.
Also if you're like me you will laugh uncontrollably the first and maybe second time you use it, once you get used to it it's chill and very relaxing.
You can get them for $30 on Amazon, I've had one for years it's amazing
Best $40 you will ever spend.
Luxe Bidet MB110 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment [link]
Well, my friend, I have a product that you might enjoy.
Here's the one I was referring to They also sell a few different models.
Better... Luxe Bidet MB110 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment [link]
Self cleaning and no awkward positioning with hands and body.
I use this one. It's been great.
Get yourself one of these.
Get one of these: [link] And never look back.
they're pretty cheap actually...been meaning to try one out
Get a bidet. You will wonder how you ever lived without one. [link]
All I've used are Luxe Bidet brand, though I've used several different models.
The first 3 installs I did were essentially this one, though I think slightly different:
Afterwards, woot.com had a sale on the Neo line, and I picked up one fresh water ([link]) and one heated ([link]).
Given my experience, I really do prefer either of the Neos.
Temperature: I'm indifferent about the temperature honestly. Only the 320 model has hot water piped in. It's like washing your hands. Wait for the warm/hot water or just live with the not-cold water coming through? Pro-tip: If you want to pre-warm the water, turn on the sink's hot water while doing your business.
Cleaning: Neos have a self-clean function and shield for the spigots. The old one only is shielded while the spigot is up.
"Front cleaning": Neos have two spigots. One aimed at the front, one aimed at the back. I have never had the need to clean my junk after I pee, so I've not used it, but the wife appreciates it.
Control: The old one has a turn dial to control flow. The neos have a nice lever that would remind you of how you control flow with modern sinks.
Hope this helps. Feel free to PM with any more questions.
It's very worth it.
No. I don't think may people would be willing to use a public bidet.
Every bit helps though. You can outfit your own home for as little as $60.
It's just like a squirt fun. Enjoy!
Get a bidet and get it over with.
This is the one I got, and it was $35 then. Now it’s under $25. Don’t think about it. Just buy it. A caveman could install it. I have no handyman skills and I installed it. It will change your life. Someone is probably going to give me gold for posting this