Bidet's, Handhelds, Wiping, Washing, Watering Cans, Empty bottles...
That stupid "hot deals" thread about the luxe bidet also got me thinking. There have been some random half-assed threads over the years dancing around the subject, but no polls, so I figured, Yep. Let's do this.
Let's discuss the various toilet strategies used by people, for #2's of course.
Who uses a kleenex / wipe and done.
who uses a bidet (connected, at home) / no contact, then dry
who uses a handheld bidet (some cultures use various things to pour the water, my buddy was telling me about constantly finding empty disposable water bottles in his work toilet LOL), no contact, then dry (using kleenex or what not)
who actually washes themselves with their bidet. contact / hand wiping under water, then dry.
An interesting aspect of all this is I'm wondering if anybody actually was raised one way, but eventually adopted a different technique when they grew up. I'm hoping improved to a more hygienic technique rather than reverted to a worse one.
It's really quite fascinating that I know for sure some cultures and peoples upbringings exposed them to one way and one way alone. To each, the other way is quite possible the weirdest & most peculiar thing to do - in the History of Mankind.
lol. The splash-off / spray-off with this stuff has got to me messy. Ever see those infrared/particle filter videos of someone sneezing, or the toilet flushing & all the particles being atomized? Think of that & magnify the dispersion many times over. You'd have to have some optimal spray width & pressure to minimize that contaminated zone.
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