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You don't need a complicated, pricey "Washlet".
Like $50, work great. No power needed. It's not that big of a deal to be unheated in the winter usually, not unless the plumbing runs on an exterior wall.
this one's good.
Don't worry about the "cold water only" thing, it's not a big deal.
The alternatives are expensive, bulky electric tank ones that require an outlet, or running a hot water heater line, which it stupid because it'll have to run for a minute to warm up.
I have a basic one that's male/female and cold water. I'm an apartment dweller who keeps moving, so being able to move it is important with me which most heated aren't. I only got to use the fancy one's in Japan a few times, so heated is probably really nice but not worth splurging on yet for me.
Took about 20 minutes to install, and most of that was dealing with the terrible rusted on nuts holding the seat to the bowl.
Only having a cold water line going to it is not even an issue, even in the dead of winter.
A cheap one works well. Lots on Amazon. Read the reviews.
Yes, for sure.
This is what I have. $40 and takes 10 min to install!
I just bought this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
I know virtually nothing about plumbing and got through it pretty easily.
The instructions with it I thought were super easy to follow.
I did knock the float against the tank wall so that stumped me at first when it wouldn’t stop running upon filling the tank back up. Happened while tightening the hose connection. But that was just a simple repositioning fix.
I'll try to not be crude, but we've had THIS
bidet on our toilets for years now and one of the surprise benefits is when you have to push to get something out, you can just let the bidet spray on the poop to water it down and break it up and there you "go"
I know, gross, but it works most of the time.
It tees off of the same plumbing that feeds your toilet. And all you need after is a tiny bit of toilet paper to dry yourself.
After trying it at our house, every one of our female friends have made their husbands or friends install a bidet. The women are instantly sold on them. The guys require a tiny bit more persuasion. I have to remind them of the last time they ate something spicy, and how much it burned the next day. That all it takes before they want one.
Yes, but you should still just get a bidet for multiple reasons. It's cheaper, cleaner, better for the environment, and you don't have to leave wet wipes in your bin.
A functional bidet is about $45 and easy to install. Try that first, and it's really all you need. It goes under the toilet seat, the back of it.
Tell him that unless he wants a really nice one that is plumbed into hot water with fancy controls, there's no reason to punish himself any longer by not having one, just because you dont own the place.
Just pick up a Luxe Bidet or something similar. It's relatively inexpensive, can easily be installed and removed when you move out, and still gets your starfish squeaky clean.
The only issue is that since it doesn't temper the water in any way, you get a nice blast of frigid water in the morning during the winter. Likewise, if you live in a warmer climate you get a nice scalding pooper exfoliation if you don't let it run on low first. The other parts of the year the temp is great.
Best $40 I've spent!
We have this cheap one in the guest bathroom and it works great. I actually prefer it to the fancy, electric one with a seat heater and heated water in the main bathroom.
We've had this one for about three years and it works great. Easy to install, too.
We've had this one for almost three years now and, honestly, I like it better than the expensive, electric one we have in the main bathroom. My father-in-law tried it once and immediately went online and ordered one for their house.
DUDES let me introduce you to the BIDET. Trust me dudes. TRUST ME. It will change your life.
Bump it up to the 180. I grabbed the dual nozzle they had at WalMart myself, bit more expensive but same design. That second nozzle comes in handy when I have a lady over, and as you say even if it is just cold water the knob adjusts well so you can ease into it. But yeah: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=emc\_b\_5\_t?th=1
Yes, this is normal - the feeling of not completed your bm. I get that moreso when I am constipated than when I have diarrhea. I'll still get it with the latter, but it's just a matter of time (minutes, usually) before I am so thoroughly emptied I wonder if my colon is still even in there.
But I strongly suggest you get a bidet. You can get a simple one like this. Not only does it clean your bum, but sometimes if you get the spray jet just right, it can hit your rectal bulls eye and help trigger you to go a little more - since we're doing the TMI here.
I've used bidets for years. The ones i buy are cheaper and less functions but they've been a good buy for our household (septic system). I only buy better diverter valves.
I can't speak to the longevity, but it works wonderfully! It was actually $40, not $30.
LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Feminine Wash (Blue and White) 13.5 x 7 x 3 inches https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_4FGPF4M8BTW0H0Y6RFS2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I got this one & it washes my butt just fine. LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Feminine Wash (Blue and White) 13.5 x 7 x 3 inches https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_QCRXCAK85P9Q5R7PC0AN?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
El año pasado compré uno por mercadolibre a 40 lucas, pero ahora parece que no hay. La otra opción es en amazon, como este que califica para el envío gratis si agregas un par de dólares más para hacer los $49
GET A BIDET.
I never fear my period diarrhea anymore. And I also use a cup, but that is beside the point.
This is the one I have https://www.amazon.com/Bidet-Non-Electric-Mechanical-Attachment-Self-Cleaning/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=sr\_1\_8?dchild=1&keywords=bidet&qid=1630107209&sr=8-8
LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Feminine Wash (Blue and White) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_BN6SB3HK9VRFG20MBS4X
Easy install and adjustable spray force.
Inexpensive bidet attachment. Those problems you're describing almost never happen if you get something like this. I suggest this one, because it's low risk, and inexpensive for you to try.
I used to have frequent issues with irritation, mostly stemming from wiping. Getting a bidet attachment made a serious positive impact on my life.
Been rockin this bad boy for a while. Its cheap, works great, and was super easy to install. Just make sure you don't dry fire it (no one sitting on the seat). After I first installed it, I turned it on with the bathroom door open and the stream shot about 10 feet and hit the wall outside the bathroom. That was only like 30% power.
You are thinking of stand alone bidets. You can buy a bidet attachment for you toilet for $40 and install it yourself.
There are lots of reviews on Amazon.
Oh god, I'm glad you're done.
You know what could be great bit of revenge that you keep to yourself? When you're living on your own, install a bidet like this one. It's fairly easy to do on your own (even if you fuck up, like I did, you can just get a replacement flex water line for $5 at home depot), and you'll bask in your newfound cleanliness. A buddy of mine told me to get a bidet to up my lifestyle, after my ex moved out, best $35 I've spent in a while. Saves TP too. But thanks for the laughs, and fuck your guy for both the dirty ass and just being an ass to you.
This is the one I got. It isn't the best but it works (even my 5 year old manages to use it.) It is hard to get centered just right and if you ever go past level one on the water pressure dial, you might hurt your self (I should probably get a pressure-reducing valve). I will say, don't worry about getting a water heating one as you get used to cool water.
After our trip to Malaysia a few years ago we decided it was pretty amazing. Also went pretty simple with a cheap Amazon special. Would love to get a fancy one someday too.
Been going strong for almost 3 years so far so not too shabby quality.
I have no knowledge to partake about loose stools, except to say that a portable bidet attachment on your primary toilet might be a quality of life improvement in the meantime. They sell them for like 40 bucks on Amazon and I've had this one for two years and it's still going strong.
(For those not versed in bidets, it basically blows water at your ass when you're on the toilet and flick a lever.)
It is a godsend when you are wiping a lot, like if you have food poisoning or are prepping for a colonoscopy or whatever. It does a much better job of cleaning than paper, and then you just wipe a little to dry off.
You can buy bidet attachments to modify the toilet in your home. There are non permanent ones, but still check with whomever you're renting from to make sure its ok.
Stay away from dairy, nuts, too much sugar. Use some Preperation H from CVS or Walgreens. Do NOT strain when using the bathroom, no matter how much you want to. Eat something greasy to loosen up if you're constipated. Then get yourself a bidet.
If you have a steam or hot water radiator next to your toilet you can get the cold water only option. My husband sweat a for foot section of copper pipe that looped around behind the heater and warmed the water to tepid. Previously you had maybe only a second or two before the water was got REALLY, REALLY cold. The radiator warms the water in the winter and you don't need a heater in the summer because the water is just cool and it feels fine.
I got a bidet attachment for my toilet and it has helped me in so many ways. I feel cleaner, my hemorrhoids don't flare up anymore, and it can essentially be used like an enema before a session. I now hate using any other toilet. And they are super easy to install.
I got one similar to this:
Well, they do have bidet attachments. We've put that in our house because redoing a whole bathroom just for tush cleaning is ridiculous.
I got this one.
If you do get it, which I can't recommend enough, you will need one of these.
You can buy one on Amazon for about $50.
I've used this one for years. Super simple to install
Bidets cost about $25-50 depending on the brand. You can get some that attach to your toilet.
Edit: $39.28 if you get it in blue https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_VP6HFbWXEYQC7
Here you go. It was incredibly easy to install.
It's $40. I bought it it Prime day for less, but still worth it!
Mine was $36, after the $4 coupon.
I got this one just as panda was growing: https://www.amazon.com/Bidet-Non-Electric-Mechanical-Attachment-Self-Cleaning/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=sr_1_6?dchild=1&keywords=luxe+bidet&qid=1600197937&s=hi&sr=1-6
I have bumpers with it. Works fine. One thing I don't know what to deal with is, um, what I'll call over-spray. At max pressure, itresults in some water spraying onto the toilet seat. Maybe different butts yield different results.
I (female) have the Luxe Neo 185 that I purchased on Amazon for ~$60 USD. I HIGHLY recommend it as it's simple to install, gets the job done and hits right where it's supposed to.
If you don't need the "Feminine Wash" feature at all then I would go with the less expensive Neo 120 if you only have a cold water connection or the Neo 250 if you have a hot water connection near your toilet.
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>I've been critical of Damage CTRL, so I'll give credit when it's due. Kai and Iyo have been showing their own personality traits rather than standing there smirking while Bayley talks this past week. Plus, they colored matched on Smackdown and had tag team moves. That's a large improvement and makes the group look.more cohesive.
>I think Sarray may be done with WWE. I don't think "we have nothing for you" applies to NXT. It's developmental, they've had something for everyone even if it's random matches here or on Lvl Up. I think she is sitting out the remainder of her contract. Assuming she's not injured. I wouldn't doubt that she is super homesick. Kairi got depressed and Io spoke on her blog about how much Orlando sucks as a young Japanese woman. Asuka moved her base to Vegas as soon as she got called up (I wouldn't be surprised if Io has already moved out of Florida). Wouldn't be surprised if the same applies to Sarray.
>This was a really good promo by Mansoor prior to his Knight match. Them getting all this promo time makes me believe that HHH isn't just going to sweep them away with Knight gone. They'll stay around. They may not win much, but they'll be around. Shit, put them back in NXT. Them and Pretty Deadly would be pure NXT.
>Speaking of them, Maxxine was stiff as a board in NXT and when she debuted on SD, but she has really been coming into her own recently. Proud of her tbh.
>I think Jey will be the protaganist of this Bloodline story, not Sami.
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>Goofs, buy a bidet. It'll improve your daily life. It easy to install and affordable. I love spicy food, so this thing is a fucking life-saver and worth every penny.
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Wow, apparently I bought this in 2018, had to dig a bit for the amazon link:
I also ended up following the advice of some of the reviews at the time and bought a separate T-adapter for it because I think the one that comes with it is plastic.
I DO HIGHLY RECOMMEND finding some extra feet or something for the front of your toilet seat. We bought some, also on a review rec, but our toilet seat is weird I guess? and they didn't stick very well (for some reason it literally never occurred to me to just buy a different seat). We eventually broke the bidet (in the height of the toilet paper drama, no less) because we're fat and the stress of the toilet seat leaning on it at a constant angle just cracked it.
Still though, for what we paid it was pretty awesome. We've been thinking about moving and when we do I'm going all-out and buying like a full washlet or completely new toilet with bidet to install, because it's so worth it.
I've got an inexpensive one https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG?ref_=cm_sw_r_cp_ud_dp_586JXA6G8YVDG2FF3ZZM and paid around $40 for it. By far, the best $40 I've ever spent! Agree with the writer who said to go with fittings that are metal.
Here's the one that I have:
LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite)... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Cheap and easy
LUXE Bidet Neo 185 (Elite) Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Self-cleaning Dual Nozzle and Easy Water Pressure Adjustment for Sanitary and Femin https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_idjQOQVdku3X9
LUXE Bidet Neo 185
Here's the one that I have
This is the one we have!
I too have an apartment and I went with this: Luxe Bidet Neo 185 and this T Adapter w/ Shut-Off Valve great combo. I can adjust the water pressure and shut it off afterwards so the kids don't make a mess with it.
Super easy to install.
Best of luck
So, it's an attachment on your toilet that actually sprays water to clean you off.
I can vouch for this one: https://www.amazon.ca/dp/B00P2XZDGG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_msbtcZXtmInAa
It works well and it was easy to install once I learned what plumber's tape was. I've had it since 2018 with no problems.
Odd. I’ll try to paste it in this reply. Otherwise good luck.
This is what I got. Just a cheap high rated one because I thought I would hate it. But I’ve had it for like 5 years now with no issues. I did have to get toilet seat bumpers to make it fit right.
Edit: if you buy one of these their strength is related to the water pressure of your home. In most of the 1st world that means you will blow your ass off at full pressure. Use the knob very carefully.
A bidet will change your life.
Bidet. Get a bidet.
The Luxe Neo 185 is perfect. It has the feminine wash and the backside wash. It's currently $40 on Amazon. Be sure to get the T-Adapter to help with the water pressure settings. Also, I would grab some Toilet Seat Bumpers to help keep your toilet seat level after you install the Luxe.
$43 on Amazon
They have ones geared towards women so you can wash really both front and back. I just got this one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00P2XZDGG?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
It’s great too when you have your period.
Yes, absolutely yes. This is the one I got and I paid $40 for it 5 years ago. Still going strong.
It should be a fairly easy install even without plumbing experience.
I would also recommend Teflon tape for the threads of everything, but don't buy that particular one. I was just linking to something to get. Go to Home Depot, Lowe's, or Ace and pick up a roll for $2.
Here you go. It's great.
Deal link: Amazon
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Amazon, but I bought mine about 5 years ago and there was a rush on them during the last few weeks.
Hamilton Beach 70740 8-Cup Food Processor...wife uses it to chop onions, garlic, etc...makes cooking faster
and Luxe Bidet...makes butt washing fast and proper
and pooping stool...if you are constipated
1 put the phone down on the counter or safe spot.
2 spray into the toilet at desired area. Other options come from inside the bowl, much nicer and safer.
3 using a "hand" towel dry area, possible * check with toilet paper depending on your Bristol Stool score.
4 flush and wash and be on your way!
Yea there's a lot of good ones on Amazon. This is the one i have at home. It's really easy to install - took me only 10 minutes and I have no plumbing knowledge whatsoever. It's so simple and effective.
You're doing it wrong. Get yourself a bidet attachment for about $40. Once you realize how dirty you were before using just paper, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.
DO IT!!! You won't regret it (after the first week). It is an 'odd concept' at first... Just something that we generally seem to shy away from in the US. And since it's not been part of our process since the go, when we were first learning it, it seems too foreign to most adults now.
In speaking with my international friends about it, they've admitted feeling that it is 'gross' that we don't have them in the US - generally just viewing it as a "yeah, duh - having one is better than not having one, but if you don't understand basic hygiene, we're not here to make you feel bad about it". Then, when we traveled in Europe a couple of years back, they were everywhere - it was just a normal part of the whole process... "Has to be something to this, right?"
I'd largely forgotten about it, assuming that the upgrade would require the whole toilet to be replaced and so therefore too costly... Then during a recent business trip north, I visited an associates house which had an upgrade similar to this installed - so I had to ask for his input... Glowing recommendations from him and his wife - "worth every penny and it will actually pay for itself when you consider TP usage"... Then just a short time later, I see them popping up for ~$30 on Amazon, so I figured I could gamble $30 on a trial.
I can't imagine going back now... Aside from the hygienics of it all, there is a huge change in TP consumption. We're estimating a 2/3 reduction going forward, which is pretty awesome. I know it seems a silly thing to be enthusiastic about, but I feel as if I'd been living willfully ignorant to the reality of how we go about this process in the US - and that I've now had the blinders removed from my eyes.