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Post by PrepDad »

I installed this a while ago before I joined the forum, but thought I'd give a little review.
it's on our main family toilet and everyone has had a little go of it :shock: more of a novelty at the moment but it was extremely easy to install and seems reasonable quality (installed about 6 months no leaks yet!) And the jet of water is jolly powerful so has been handy for cleaning boots and the toilet itself.
This is the one I bought
Handheld Bidet Toilet Sprayer Jet Sprayer Kit Silver ... UTF8&psc=1

I have even thought about putting one under our sink as I've been surprised with the power and how handy it's been for cleaning

We still use toilet paper but at least with this sat there there's always the option
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Re: Bidet

Post by Yorkshire Andy »

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If your roughing it, Your doing it wrong ;)

Lack of planning on your part doesn't make it an emergency on mine
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Re: Bidet

Post by ForgeCorvus »

Yorkshire Andy wrote: Sat May 21, 2022 8:49 pm 2a87a140-9ad7-4528-b601-ce819ec1d2e7_text.gif
Good man! ...... I couldn't find one of those :oops:
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Londonpreppy wrote: At its core all prepping is, is making sure you're not down to your last sheet of loo roll when you really need a poo.
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Re: Bidet

Post by pseudonym »

Poke a hole in the lid of a cleaned pop bottle. :mrgreen:

Or buy a hiker bidet: