What do you do if toilet paper is sold out and using other kinds of paper will clog the pipes? Americans use an average of 23.6 toilet paper rolls per person a year. A bidet could be the best way to reduce that quantity. Today I am going to show you how to make four different DIY portable bidets, using simple materials you already have.
If you are interested in a bidet seat, you can watch my other video on how to install a simple bidet seat, here is the URL:
It is worth noting that an inexpensive bidet seat does not offer a feminine wash, only the high-end unit has front wash feature. So still this video of portable bidet can benefit the needs of female users for front wash if you have a lower-end bidet seat. Anyway, in general there are bidet solutions that are not that expensive. You can recoup the money pretty fast. Plus it is cleaner and better for your skin, brings comfort to people with hemorrhoids, prevents toilet clogs and is better for the environment.
5 Ways to make a free portable bidet, reduce use of toilet paper https://t.co/LGJoMpREde— Genius Asian (@RealGeniusAsian) March 12, 2020
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