Best kitchen & bath fixtures according to redditors

We found 5,336 Reddit comments discussing the best kitchen & bath fixtures. We ranked the 1,700 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Kitchen & Bath Fixtures:

u/sheepcat87 · 525 pointsr/trashy

Honestly unless you're

  1. Showering after

  2. Using wet wipes

  3. Using a bidet

    No amount of scrubbing at your asshole with dry paper is going to get it super clean.

    After an hour or so of just moving around/body heat/sweat/etc, anyone who goes down on you WILL get some butt B.O.

    People really should plunk down the $35 for a bidet and stop shitting like barbarians.

    If you spill salsa on shag carpeting, do you scrub at it with paper towels or do you get some kind of water in the mix?
u/jmaca90 · 358 pointsr/hockey

For real though, bidets are the truth and seriously neither expensive nor hard to install.

I’m sitting on mine right now after taking a heavenly coffee poop and am reveling in my clean butthole.

If you want to live like a caveman smearing your feces further with an elevated soft paper towel, be my guest though.

Edit: Best wishes, Q. May you grab your nuts at many refs in your next chapter.

Edit 2: here’s a model similar to the one I have:
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

I may your buttholes ever be clean!

u/vidyjagamedoovoolope · 296 pointsr/gaming

Fucking love my bidet. Cheap and easy to get, and I don't wanna poop anywhere else.

Also you used the wrong comparison operator. That means toilet paper is the best

Edit: for reference people.. What I use is something like this:

Cheap.. Cheaper than the toilet paper you waste, you have a fresh just showered bum. And it really is amazing. Seems like everybody is skeptical at first, including me. I guess in the US were taught that paper makes your ass no longer smell like shit. That isn't the case, can confirm.

Edit 2: btw my SO loves it for after sex, it hits the vagina real good and clean it up then too, if you aim it towards there. So less dripping for hours after sex

u/ArchibaldLeach · 274 pointsr/AskReddit

A bidet. Seriously, go try one. Changed my life. Bought an attachment soon after for my toilet and now have a squeaky clean bunghole 24/7.

*Here is the one I use, since people were asking for an example.

u/steinman17 · 208 pointsr/INEEEEDIT

It's called a Tub Shroom. It works very well. Though the hair is rather gross after collecting other dirt and soap and stuff, I would never clean it off with my bare fingers. Use a tissue for god's sake!

u/Major_Fudgemuffin · 176 pointsr/todayilearned

Amazon's current bestseller is similar to the one I got, and is going for $25 here.

They are super easy to install and you will never feel cleaner after taking a shit.

u/robotortoise · 165 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Get a bidet, dude.

It changed my life. No ass rashes!

u/ProtonDeathRay · 121 pointsr/AskReddit

Even if I don't reach the top, I'm helping every single Redditor obtain a clean ass is a 5 minute installation by buying this over 300 person reviewed, 5 star, $53 fucking dollar toilet bidet attachment.

Please upvote for a collective clean-ass Reddit!

edit: sorry, for raw link.

u/Travels4Work · 119 pointsr/HighQualityGifs

If you can turn a wrench and tape some threads, a bidet will change your life. Never again will you make a thousand smearing wipes that still result in skidmarks. You just pat dry and walk away clean.

The only problem is that you'll never want to poop away from home again.

u/bertiebees · 110 pointsr/gifs

Get a bidet you animals

Edit: Ass usual the uncivilized shit wipers people have questions/confusion about bidets. They make bidets that run on electricity for warm water and a fan to dry you after washing your poopy butthole. For those of you willing to try the Cadillac of butt cleaning here is my amazing bidet. For you ballers on a budget I suggest the far cheaper but still adequate bidet. I say with zero hyperbole it will literally change your life for the better.

P.S For those of you buying and using "wet wipes" to clean yourself, you are living a dangerous lie that makes the rest of society worse off and doesn't make you as clean as a bidet would.

u/Trailberry · 107 pointsr/PersonalFinanceCanada

Without question, a bidet.

u/Cbird54 · 104 pointsr/youtubehaiku

It's cheap and easy to install and the guy who converted me to the way of the bidet recommended it to me.

u/saludyourshorts · 102 pointsr/PandR

Install a bidet. They are $24 on Amazon. Fuck fabric, only use it to dry your clean ass.

Edit: For your health

u/rakista · 100 pointsr/IAmA

Here is a mechanical one, you could easily have someone modify the knob to be a lever you could manipulate.

u/fedora_nice_guy · 84 pointsr/askscience

Don't forget the energy costs of manufacture and transportation. It takes 17.3 terawatts of energy to manufacture and transport toilet paper per year. That's a huge carbon footprint.

If you're concerned about the ecological impact of TP, I highly recommend a bidet attachment for your toilet like this:

You will use significantly less toilet paper, maybe even eschewing it entirely.

u/rabidfurby · 73 pointsr/AskMen

$35 on Amazon and it took me like 20 minutes to install.

u/iSmoke-Trees · 68 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

To my American brothers and sisters if you got shit on your arm would you wipe it off or clean it with water and wipe it?

I'm a American and I bought a bidet on Amazon after using it at a friends house. In American men want to seem masculine and they wanna seem not "gay". Most American men then see water going up your ass as gay or weird. They also don't understand how it could be cleaner.

I'm a guy who owns a bidet.

Astor Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet

Buy this for 24 bucks and you'll never go back plus it takes us a year to use a big package of toilet paper now.

u/tvise · 65 pointsr/AskMen

Here is the one I got, its powered by water pressure and because of that there is no electricity and they last a really long time. Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/moutonbleu · 64 pointsr/vancouver

What's your bidget? ;)

I'd highly recommend this one, hooks up to the water supply. Totos are the best but you'll need an electric outlet nearby. This is from Amazon unfortunately, but don't know where to buy this locally. It's great!

Luxe Bidet Neo 180 (Elite Series) - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment with Strong Faucet Valves and Metal Hoses

u/Not-Jon-Stewart · 62 pointsr/AskReddit

You can get a simple bidet on amazon that works on water pressure alone for about $30-40 here

u/vikkivinegar · 59 pointsr/Youniqueamua

Pro tip:

To prevent Poseidon's Kiss, grab a lil handful of toilet paper and lay it in the water (in the "target area"), before you go. Paper gives a nice little "landing pad", if you will, and your butt will stay dry.

Also, I just got a bidet and it's the best fucking thing in the world. America is waaay behind on this. I got this one:

it was easy to install and keeps you feeling sooo clean. Also need to use paper only to dry yourself. That way I don't feel so wasteful to drop a few squares in the potty before I go #2.

^sorry ^for ^the ^tmi!

u/WedgeAndTonic · 57 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Yep, the Neo 320, never look back haha

Luxe Bidet Neo 320 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Hot and Cold Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/jjremy · 55 pointsr/worldnews

> <$300

My dude, you can get them For $35 nowadays.
Best $40 I've ever spent.

u/Jimbabwe · 55 pointsr/IWantToLearn

Get a bidet toilet attachment from Amazon. I got one a few months ago and my butthole has never been happier. This is the one I got:

It can attach to almost any toilet and feels refreshing and awesome and you barely need to wipe at all after a good blast.

u/MackLuster77 · 53 pointsr/keto

Look into one of these:

Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment

u/Sr_Mothballs · 53 pointsr/gifs

This guy was worth every penny. It just doesn't work well if you take a lot of baths. Showers only and it's amazing.

Edit: Linked the proper tub product and not the sink thanks to /u/2muchCoding

u/RecumbentPhill · 52 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

The one I have is the Luxe 320 which has both nozzles and a hot water connection. Super easy to connect, and because I rent, I just have the plasticky hose coming underneath the door to the under the sink bit.

u/illuxion · 48 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Best $50 ever spent

edit* Thanks so much for the gold!!!!

u/isabelladangelo · 44 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

> When I'm at home, I end with a wet wipe, and as such, am sure that I'm clean.

Get a bidet. It's well worth it. The initial cost is a bit much but it won't clog up the pipes (like wet wipes will) and you will save money over time. There are now the bidets you can add on to your already existing toilet.

u/NotCynicalAtAll · 43 pointsr/technology
u/soeasilyexcited · 43 pointsr/SquaredCircle

idk if it's one of the better ones, but this is the one I have, and it works great:

There's also a cheaper ($35) version that looks to be almost the same (I can't remember now why I got the $50 one):

I actually bought it a few years back after I saw it linked in a random Reddit thread. Definitely the best thing Reddit has done for my life.

u/CharlestonChewbacca · 42 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

Yes. One of the attachment ones, not a separate unit.

I have one on each of the toilets in my home. They're only $35 people!

u/senbei616 · 42 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Get a bidet, and use baby wipes; your butthole will thank you.

Edit: This is getting way out of hand, it's near abouts time to fucking stop with the hate filled PM's and idiotic comments. I get it, you are really grossed out by poop. I don't know what I can do to help you other than put you higher on the transplant list for a god damn spine.

I hate all of you.

u/ghostchamber · 42 pointsr/AskReddit
u/vitamere · 40 pointsr/AskMen
u/bubonis · 40 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Before we moved in, I hired a forensic cleaning company to completely clean sanitize the whole house. (Well, except for the basement.) Being able to move into a perfectly clean house where I didn't have to worry about my then-infant daughter touching something nasty was a huge help.

Installing bidets on the toilets in the house was a big hygiene improvement, especially for my daughter.

Epoxy coating the garage floor has saved tons of time in spill cleanups.

u/watermeloncup · 39 pointsr/gay_irl

Don't use those things regularly, they dry out the skin and make things worse in the long run. Also don't flush them despite the labeling, they don't break up that easily and can clog your plumbing. Speaking from personal experience on both points :|

Instead buy a cheap bidet attachment for your toilet. I have this one and it took about 15 minutes to install.

u/vishuno · 39 pointsr/gifs

Live your dream.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/1tacoshort · 37 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Get yourself a bidet. Solves the I've-used-so-much-paper-I'm-bleeding thing.

u/Mephist0pheles · 37 pointsr/videos

Here you go You and your asshole are welcome. Its the easiest thing to install and take apart when moving...

u/Kreiger81 · 37 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

36 bucks. Amazon. Changed my life, and i'm a hairy dude. Spray it down, drip dry while reading reddit or use TP to dry it and get anything left and we're done.

Edit: Shit, if money is that tight for you and it'll make that big of a difference in your quality of life, i'll buy the fucking thing for you.

u/Mathead314 · 36 pointsr/todayilearned

Get a bidet best $40 purchase ever.

u/holyspec11 · 35 pointsr/LifeProTips

Just goes on under the toilet seat and you hook it up to your water. Pretty simple. This is the one I own and it's fantastic 10/10 clean butt hole.

u/Rosenmops · 35 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Buy a bidet attachment for your toilet. Then you can do it while sitting down.

u/No_big_whoop · 34 pointsr/reactiongifs

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000


u/JorjMcKie · 34 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

It will absolutely help.

You can wiggle your butt around and get it pretty much everywhere. I don't usually hose down my cheeks, but the whole crevasse can get a thorough scouring.

source: GF diet, with lots of spicy greasy food = Usually a 5-7 on the birstol stool chart.

Just buy this:

It'll pay for itself in toilet paper in six months or less, and you'll be able to get by with the shittiest, cheapest, thinnest toilet paper on earth and it won't matter because you're only using it to blot clean water off your tradesman's entrance.

u/trialbytrailer · 34 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Do it up real nice for some quality poop time. Get a $40 washlet/bidet kit from Amazon, a squatty potty, poo~pourri...hell, spring for some ambient string lights and a little zen water fountain.

Happy Black Friday, the Luxe Bidet is $25 today.

u/DJApoc · 32 pointsr/lifehacks

This one:

It attaches to your toilet and taps into the same water line. Took me about 10 minutes to install with no plumbing experience.

u/2muchCoding · 32 pointsr/gifs

The one you linked is for sinks whereas this one is for tubs. Either way, +1 for those things as someone with mid back length curly hair!

u/invenio78 · 31 pointsr/worldnews

Yup. It took under an hour. No special tools needed. If you have an adjustable wrench you should be fine.

This is what I got:

u/bailsafe · 31 pointsr/iamverybadass

Bidets are God's gift to man. The non-electric ones are pretty cheap too.

u/hemorrhagicfever · 29 pointsr/funny

They are super nice. I just bought a cheep one a year ago and i'm SOOOO glad I did.

But yes, you want TP after you bidet, but just like 2 squares to dry.... But if you dont have any tp, it's just slightly annoying to have a completely clean but slightly damp tush. Annoying vs unlivable.

If you're curious This is the one I suggest. It's $35. I did a lot of research and this one is well reviewed for the price. Installation is about 10 min, you have to unscrew the hose for the toilet, screw it back on, then take of the toilet seat, and put it back on. $35 is throw away money for most people. And you'll save loads on TP so it'll pay for it's self easy. And of course if you ever get the burning shits, you'll be blessing my name.

Seriously, just do it.

u/Whos_Sayin · 28 pointsr/TikTokCringe

Is really a simple device. It just uses existing pressure from your toilet's filler pipe and sends it up your ass

u/ascension8438 · 27 pointsr/sex

> bidet - freaking expensive


It is far cheaper to just get a bidet than using toilet paper alone, or toilet paper in conjunction with wet wipes. I did the math.

u/pezking6983 · 27 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Skip all of that baby wipes nonsense and join the bidet masterrace.

u/NightGod · 27 pointsr/tifu

The friends who were with me on vacation when it happened quickly ordered a bidet so none of us had to deal with becoming much better friends than we ever wanted to.

u/xeightx · 27 pointsr/tall

This shower head extension is one of the best thing's I've bought recently:

It makes me weep for all those years when I had to squat in the shower to get my shoulders and head wet.

u/Pokiarchy · 26 pointsr/BuyItForLife

The $30 luxe bidet on amazon is perfectly fine and will improve your pooping life significantly (I feel dirty when I poop outside of my home now). You will use significantly less toilet paper and generally feel cleaner (you still need some toilet paper, but never more than one wipe for residuals and wiping up the water you just squirted all over your butthole).

It's exactly like a super soaker shooting your pincher, and you can adjust the pressure, max pressure almost hurts but next time you're 'wiping the marker' think about how nice it would be to just hose it down and be done with it.

u/aveman101 · 25 pointsr/DoByFriday

Try a bidet attachment for your existing toilet.


No dude wipe fatbergs. No blowout. I don't remember the last time I had to buy toilet paper.

Things to discuss:

  • Shopping experience (there's weirdly a lot of styles to choose from)
  • Installation experience
  • User experience
  • Value
  • Cleaning
u/toasteruserx · 25 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

Get a bidet!
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/RedBeans-n-Ricely · 25 pointsr/NotHowGirlsWork

You can add a bidet without permanently changing the toilet. And for only $25 on Amazon

u/poopyconnoisseur · 24 pointsr/ibs

Everyone on this subreddit, go on Amazon and get yourselves a bidet! Less than $30 to access that cooling booty relief, it’s also a major toilet paper money saver. This is the one I have, godspeed y’alls’ buttholes.

u/makesyoudownvote · 23 pointsr/TumblrInAction

Nah man. THIS is a relief.

u/NinjaAssassinKitty · 23 pointsr/technology

It's not hard to install a toilet seat bidet! There's lots of simple ones that just have an extension from the pipe that feeds the toilet flush tank

You can also get ones that attach to your hot water from the sink so you get a warm spray.

u/TheDiceToss · 22 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I haven't gotten quite that desperate yet, but I may eventually try out one of the portable models they have on Amazon:

Edit: To follow-up on your comment about how Americans can live without it, it's mostly a matter of ignorance. Nobody here seems to know that there's a better way. Once someone tries it though, they can rarely ever go back.

u/joshuadhopkins · 22 pointsr/DIY

Thank you! The shower floor, so far has been easy to clean but we've only been using it for 3 weeks. I use a daily shower spray several times a week.

The drain cover pops right out and I use a rubber hair catcher TubShroom, inside the drain, which makes cleaning easy and keeps the unsightly mess of the drain hidden from view.

u/spookyjohnathan · 22 pointsr/TinyHouses

Consider a bidet. I got an inexpensive (~$45) bidet that bolts onto the toilet, never looked back, (heheh, get it?)

u/p0rtIand · 21 pointsr/Portland

Everyone should have a bidet in their home. They're not all that expensive either unless you go with a high end Japanese model. I think I spent $25 on mine which has lasted 5 years so far, and is the best quick fix for summer swamp ass.

Edit: added amazon link to the bidet I have

u/minimalady · 21 pointsr/trashy

Yep. I really hope they catch on -- literally everyone I know who has tried it has loved it.

I've tried wetting toilet paper when I'm traveling, but it's just nowhere near the same. HOLY SHIT I was just typing "maybe I should come up with some sort of travel bidet," and did a quick google.

It is a thing and it may change my life.

u/PrismaCarnage · 21 pointsr/soylent

I got a bidet. Changed my life, no exaggeration. Wipe first for the big stuff, then use bidet fully, then wipe again one time to get the water off. My toilet paper usage is way down, and my butthole is never agitated and sore.

I also take soluble fiber pills to make it be normal coming out. It's no big deal to me like it is to you. Taking 3-6 of them a day is way easier than trying to incorporate some traditional food into my diet. The fact that it's soluble is fine. There is a definite difference in the solidness due to the fiber pills.

Edit: added a link to the bidet I got.

u/lisbethborden · 21 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

OMG, only $35, though I recommend the $48 upgrade if you're a lady.
The hype is all true, IT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE

u/covercash · 21 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

You think you are, but you’re not quite ready...

u/Sewer-Urchin · 21 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

I'd be weirded out if bidets suddenly exploded, but not if it was in popularity. I have one of these at home and it's awesome...makes me hate traveling though, a few days away from that and you really start to miss it.

u/ice_veins · 21 pointsr/todayilearned

try this bidet feels better than wiping anyway and gets you way more clean plus this model has hot water hookup for those cold mornings

u/Himekat · 21 pointsr/JapanTravel

We bought the Toto C100, but I hear people also like the C200 (which has a couple of more features we didn't care about and a separate remote control that's not built into the console).

u/summiter · 20 pointsr/Ultralight

I bought this and I'm not ashamed. Well, maybe a bit because it's girly light-purple... My reasoning is that it seems like America is the only country really repulsed by the idea, but it solves the cleanliness and any monkeybutt/smell issues, and weighs about the same as a half roll of TP. It's waterproof and reusable, can be sorta crushed, works in any weather (summer or winter), and is a one-time-cost... no resupply.

u/box-of-stars · 20 pointsr/camping

Backcountry bidet, but only for camping where there's no toilets. No TP garbage and cleans your nether regions really well! I have the Brondell GoSpa

u/Abodyfullofmush · 20 pointsr/Marriage

Just buy a bidet

u/brilaxing · 20 pointsr/toastme

You are gorgeous girl! Keep your head up, you can get through this. Dry shampoo can help spruce up your hair besides washing it. I also suffer from eczema. Besides using over the counter hydrocortisone (steroid cream) for breakouts, here's a few things I've done that help me:

Only wash your clothes with scent free detergent. I currently use Arm & Hammer Sensitive skin free and clear. For fabric softener in the wash I use white vinegar. (It does not make your clothes smell and for bonus points it helps clean your washing machine)

For showers, invest in a shower filter. I know it sounds high maintenance but it helps filter out the chlorine in tap water. This results in healthier skin and hair. They sell some that attach to your current showerhead and some that replace your shower head.
Also scent free soaps. Aveeno or dove original works for me.
The last advice is drink more water! Good luck OP, have a wonderful day!

Shower filter link

Showerhead with filter link

Edit: link issue
Edit 2: And lots of moisturizers! Such as Lubriderm, Curel or Cetaphil. Rub it 2-3 times a day head to toe. Once your eczema starts getting better, use it after you shower. As much needed.

u/NZAllBlacks · 20 pointsr/AskMen

They all kind of work the same, but this is the one I have. It is placed under the back of the seat and attaches to the fresh water supply coming out of the wall. It's amazing.

u/OPG · 19 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000 is only $27. I am sorry this happened to you though, it sounds wretched. Also 'clitty litter' is hilarious!

u/prezcat · 19 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

YES. That's why I got a tub shroom. My husband was always so frustrated with my hair monsters on the walls (because I'd always forget to clean them......................) so I got one of these badboys.


u/alitanveer · 19 pointsr/SuddenlyGay

I have four of these in my house. No plumbing experience necessary and they hook into the existing toilet supply without getting additional hookups for hot water or electric.

I love these and so do most guests that try them out.

u/ashe3 · 19 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Not entirely necessary before you move in, but installing a bidet is fairly easy, and once you start using it, you will never want to poop anywhere else. I'd recommend something along the lines of this:

Or, if warm water is something you want, upgrading to the 320 model isn't that much more.

u/NeoNerd · 18 pointsr/skeptic

The EPA allows chlorine levels up to 4ppm (parts per million) in tap water. However, a normal swimming pool is at around this level. Most water is much lower. As a gas, chlorine becomes detectable at around 3ppm. At 30ppm, people start to cough and possibly vomit. At 60ppm lung damage happens. So unless your mother feels very ill after each shower, there's not a problem.

Even if your family are concerned, you can buy filtering faucets and shower heads for a fraction of the cost asked by this man. They cost around $25 for a shower head and about the same for a filter for a faucet. $10,000 is scam territory.

u/Shendare · 17 pointsr/funny
u/WONDERBUTTON · 17 pointsr/funny

For something like 40 bucks off amazon you can put a perfectly acceptable one in your toilet.

This one works perfectly. Attaches to the supply hose behind the toilet (low-flow). no more nasty ass, and it pays for itself in $0 toilet paper bills very quickly.

u/TheChosenOne013 · 17 pointsr/reactiongifs

I bought this one about two month ago and it’s a game changer. Took about 15 minutes to install and I’m not even a very handy guy.

u/ChickenNuggetTime · 17 pointsr/AskWomen

Attachable bidets are a good alternative.

u/Multidimensionall · 17 pointsr/videos

nice ad, but if you want a nice bidet, you don't need to spend $69 on one. i've used this one for years and it's absolutely perfect.

u/cHaOsReX · 17 pointsr/todayilearned

Close, California. Bidet made in China.

I actually did a review of it after the company sent me a 2nd one (to review) but fuck if I can find it amongst the other 678 reviews.

u/livelaughdesign · 16 pointsr/LifeProTips

I just bought a reverse osmosis system this year bc I moved to a city with water that tastes like a kiddie pool. Around $200 on Amazon that even adds the minerals back in... one of my best purchases of all time. We keep two pitched or water in the fridge at all time so when one runs out theres a full, cold one waiting. I'll never not have one again.

EDIT: Added link since someone else asked for it.

u/x-skeww · 16 pointsr/pics

> I rent a flat and there's no space to put any sort of bidet.

Washlets are seats or seat attachments.

A cheap one (with installation video in the gallery):

If your toilet's water supply is as easily reachable as it is in the video, installing one of these should be fairly easy.

u/Ladyingreypajamas · 16 pointsr/pokemongo

You need a bidet attachment.

u/MyBigRed · 16 pointsr/offbeat

$35 an Amazon for a Luxe Bidet Neo 120. I bought three of these (actually two of the 180s, and one 185), one for each bathroom and couldn't be happier. The higher models offer dual sprayers (one sprays further forward), and different controls. Taps into the clean water line going to the tank so it is super easy to install. I recommend 1000%.

u/SalvioMassCalzoney · 16 pointsr/TIHI

Dude don't wait to redo the bathroom, get a bidet attachment for your existing toilet.

u/x_painted_crane_x · 16 pointsr/thebachelor

Oh you fancy! Mine doesn’t have an air dryer, but that would’ve been very convenient for a pregnant lady!

u/kkmcgee · 16 pointsr/HaircareScience

Check out this shower head filter:

$30 and its a decent showerhead regardless of the filter benefit. I got this when I lived in Florida with really low quality water and it helped my hair and skin enormously.

u/7000DuckPower · 16 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

not that expensive to retrofit.

Personally, I don't like using public drinking fountains because the nozzles are a bacterial dreamland. I imagine the spray heads on a bidet are even worse.

u/Gangreless · 15 pointsr/SuddenlyGay

$60, they have some cheaper models but I highly recommend the one with hot water attachment, it's only $10 or 15 more and so worth it. Also the one like this with the lever water adjust instead of dial, it's better at adjusting pressure.

I have this one in both our toilets:

Luxe Bidet Neo 320 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Hot and Cold Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/cryospam · 15 pointsr/funny

Seriously...get a Bidet It's a super easy install (you have to be not totally retarded, but it takes like 15 minutes) and you will find that you go from using too much TP to a roll lasting you forever.

It's like the difference between living alone and living with your girlfriend...but all over again. It's amazing, and if you can convince the GF to use the bidet'll reduce your TP usage to only ~12 times what you used when you lived alone instead of 250 times what you used when you lived alone.

Think of it like this...if you got shit all over your hand...would you just wipe it on some dry paper towel and call it a day, or would you wash that shit off? Why are you treating your ass differently?

u/Izdabye · 15 pointsr/AskMen

You can buy an attachment for your toilet for under $50.

u/MidwestDrummer · 14 pointsr/videos

It's basically a jet of cold water that's aimed at your asshole. I've owned this exact one for just over a year now, and it's legitimately one of the top 10 purchases of my entire life. That's not even an exaggeration. It has a dial that lets you adjust the pressure of the water, so that you don't accidentally give yourself an enema. The nozzle is already angled so that the water hits the right target. Seriously, buy one. It'll change your life.

u/mc_stormy · 14 pointsr/tall

This and This.

u/Leyte86 · 14 pointsr/worldnews

We installed this bidet from amazon in every bathroom. It’s under $40 US and easy to install. I’m thinking of upgrading to a Toto washlet in our master bath. Visited Japan and the warm seat and water is nice.

u/GlassCaseofEmotion30 · 14 pointsr/howardstern

You're about to owe me a huge favor. The best thing I have purchased in the last 5 years is this (I bought a house last year and that doesn't compare with net happiness vs cost) :

This $50 thing CHANGED MY LIFE. It is AMAZING. It's a "shitty" conversation to have with your GF. It's like 5 minutes of awkwardness for a lifetime of a clean bottom. No wiping, almost no toilet paper, no remnants, it's faster, it's healthier.

u/rustywarwick · 14 pointsr/sexover30

If this is something you're really concerned about, you could invest in a very affordable bidet seat for your toilet

This will spray and help clean your ass a lot more than using TP. These are very common in Asia and formal bidets are found throughout Europe. Feels good, cleans good!

u/mattintaiwan · 14 pointsr/worldnews

bidets are $35 on amazon, and they attach directly onto your toilet in a roughtly 5-minute installation. No idea what you mean when you're saying "there's no space really". If there's space for your ass-cheeks, there's space for a bidet.

Every time someone brings up bidets on reddit, I always see some sort of disclaimer that could turn people off or confuse people about them (e.g. the water is too cold, they're too expensive, etc.)

The fact of the matter is that they're $35 on Amazon (here's the one I have), incredibly easy to install, shoot out room-temperature water, save you long-term on TP costs, etc. I have no idea why every house doesn't have one these days.

u/flyinb11 · 14 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

If you want warn water.
Luxe Bidet Neo 320 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Hot and Cold Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/Crusader_1096 · 14 pointsr/milliondollarextreme

Look into distillation systems. They do a pretty good job of getting most shit out of water, last a long time, and often cost less than filtration systems: I personally like the concept of small countertop distillers:

u/Chip_Clydesdale · 14 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I'm proud to say I haven't wiped my ass in months!
[Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000] (

u/Kilo_Juliett · 14 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Get a bidet. They're cheap and easy to install.

Reusable toilet paper sounds gross.

u/JasterMereel42 · 14 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Up it to $40 and get a bidet. This one should fit the bill.

u/harkatmuld · 13 pointsr/AskEurope

Bidets! I have this one and it is one of my best purchases of all time. Now I hate pooping anywhere but home.

There are other kinds too. When I was visiting Portugal they often had these bidets that were kind of a mix of a toilet and a sink, and I think you were supposed to run the water and wipe off with your hand... I never used it, but eventually the concept won me over.

Edit: amazon link if you're interested.

u/summonern0x · 13 pointsr/DAE

Get a bidet. They're remarkably inexpensive and save you thousands in tissue paper. If you think "Oh it'll be weird splashing my ass with water, though," think about this... if you got shit anywhere else, would you be comfortable with just wiping it dry? Or would you insist on water and maybe even soap?

u/TheFoxKing5 · 13 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Bingo. If OP has to use it every month it means there’s a major clog and drano is doing nothing more than eating a tiny hole through it to clear it up briefly. There are also some plumbers that believe extensive drano use can damage your pipes long term.

Get a plumber out that can clear it out completely. And get yourself a drain catch like the tub shroom.

u/Snapdad · 13 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Get a bidet. They aren't expensive and they will save you so much time. Seriously, it's the best life choice you'll ever make.

u/Arriettys_mom · 13 pointsr/todayilearned

I get my toilet paper from Amazon as well, but I also got a $25 bidet from Amazon and it has been life changing. You will never ever ever regret it. My husband was a hard sell in trying it, now he won't poop anywhere but at home lol he feels disgusting without it. Took less than 10 minutes to install and only needed a Philips head screwdriver.

Basic $25 bidet

Slightly nicer one for $35

u/RedditEqualsLife · 13 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Only peasants use toilet paper, nobles use bidet. Be one of us OP.

u/rawditor · 13 pointsr/tech

I just want to hijack this comment to let everyone in here who feels like they are too poor for a bidet, that this one on Amazon is amazing...

You're BH will thank you

u/meeeeoooowy · 13 pointsr/DIY
u/good_guy_submitter · 13 pointsr/The_Donald

It depends on where you live. If you live in a big city in the USA, most likely yes. It is added to water during city treatment along with chlorine and other chemicals. Now, many of these chemicals are necesary evils to sanitize the water and prevent it from giving people deadly contagions like dysentery. However, that doesn't mean you want to drink these chemicals either.

Your public works department in your city is legally required to post what the water is treated with. You can often find it on your City public works website but if its not there just call them and ask.

A cheap reverse osmosis machine can be installed under your sink and it removes 98% of all contaminants including flouride and chlorine. It will run you $160 for the machine and then about $35 a year for replacement filters that have to be changed once a year. Here is an excellent budget machine.

*Note that reverse osmosis machines create 4 gallons of waste water for every 1 gallon of pure water. The filtration process is that intense. It dumps out 4 gallons of dirty water to make 1 gallon of purified RO water. So, I do not recommend buying anything larger than the under the sink machine for both conservational reasons and that you will notice it on the water bill if you go larger than this. With that said, I've been using a similar RO machine for years and my water bill hasn't gone up from RO. Consider most toilets use 5 gallons just to flush.

The #1 thing you can do to improve your health is: 1. Drink more water and drink only water (or flavored water like Tea or Coffee). Don't drink soda, juice, or anything that isn't water. Don't drink your calories. Don't drink diet or Stevia or Splenda based sugar-free soda. Only drink water, tea, coffee (maybe some cream in the coffee, go Half-N-Half or Heavy Cream or Almond milk). The idea is, DRINK more water. The #2 thing is to drink Clean water. This is where an RO machine comes in.

If you want to know why they put it in drinking water, that will require a tin foil hat and some research. But more or less the problem is that the FDA is bought and paid for by people that want you to be [1.] just unhealthy enough to need meds - and - [2.] they want you to be dumb - and - [3.] flouride has actually been proven to help prevent cavities by putting it in drinking water and in poorer communities it has lowered dental care costs. However it can cause serious health problems later in life.

u/alexlevanti · 13 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I bought a bidet a short while ago and its one of the top life investments, ever. I think this one is very adequate and less expensive. Amazing life upgrade.

u/twobeees · 13 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

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:

u/JupiterMama · 13 pointsr/BabyBumps

We have these non-electric bidets attached to our toilets.
Here is a link:

They are much nicer to use specially for the heavily constipated pregnant women like me :-) The water is not heated, but I am used to it now.

u/bungabeard · 13 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

Or you can go super cheap and get one that doesn't require electricity but shoots ambient temperature water.

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

Edit: link that has 6.6k reviews instead of 60.

u/GermanPanda · 12 pointsr/reactiongifs

This $27 investment has saved me at least that in TP costs. 1 wipe every time, cleaner butthole, and only took 15 minutes to install. Why doesn't everyone have one?

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/slowwburnn · 12 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter
u/ferrarisnowday · 12 pointsr/WTF

Seriously, buy clorox wipes and go on a spree getting all the knobs, handles, faucets, electonics, etc.

Then buy some baby wipes and introduce your roommate to the wonderful world of wiping. You could even buy a cheap and easy to install bidet attachment for him.

u/roazidd · 12 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse
u/beretta01 · 12 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/VROF · 12 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I installed it in my master bedroom. I have this one Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

I can't say enough positive things about it. I don't know how I lived without it so long. The kids might play with it but that seems easily correctable and worth the headache

u/Alexfortomorrow · 12 pointsr/italy

Il commento più bello potrebbe essere quello che dice di averlo comprato su amazon. Per 50 USD.




Link NSFL per i più avventurosi

u/waywithwords · 12 pointsr/worldnews

Yes! Americans are especially unversed in the use of bidets as they aren't really a thing in the States. After experiencing them in Europe, I had to have one at home. And you can find them for so cheap! We installed this one ourselves and it can hook up to the warm water line

u/Febtober2k · 12 pointsr/longisland
u/BoneSawIsNotReady · 12 pointsr/gadgets
u/[deleted] · 12 pointsr/memes

Buy a Bidet off amazon and dont ever whipe more than twice again. I will link it below. Once you go Bidet you never go back.


u/LarBrd33 · 12 pointsr/nba

Yo I'm gonna be honest with you... I went to the local pub last night and ate a mountain of Nachos while watching the NCAA Finals. I'm mildly lactose intolerant. I've taken three painful dumps so far today and my butthole has taken quite the beating. Nonetheless, I still highly recommend everyone buy a bidet. The Europeans know what's up. Here's the one I bought off Amazon over 5 years ago. Still as good as new. Only $35 bucks with free Prime 1 day shipping. At those prices you can't afford NOT to buy one. If they had these installed at my work's bathroom, I wouldn't be in this mess. At the very least, they could install the three seashells. It's 2017. Stop wiping with paper, you savages.

u/CDeltonWalker · 11 pointsr/DIY

In the meantime try this:

I use it in my rental and it's great -- I'm 6'3" and I fit under it.

u/vspazv · 11 pointsr/funny

Why do people put up with this? Either get a detachable shower head or an extension arm.

If you live in an apartment just keep the original one so you can put it back on when you move out. You can usually install them without even using any tools.

u/aol1044 · 11 pointsr/freebies

Or just buy a bidet. No more need to pollute the environment by cutting down trees to wipe your ass and it may be semi-expensive at first ($35 for one off Amazon: ) but in the long run, you will save money.

u/PJsAreComfy · 11 pointsr/internetparents

I love my bidet attachment! It's ruined regular toilets for me.

I'd let them know it's leaking and ask if they would please replace it. If they do, yay! If they take it away and don't replace it you can buy and install one yourself. No special skills or tools should be required; just follow the instructions. Then you can take it with you when you leave.

u/IGPub · 11 pointsr/BabyBumps

Looks like this one which we have, although the warm water line isn't hooked up. Totally worth it though! This one also has a "female" setting for those gnarly period days. That said, even if you don't get one with warm water hookup (we couldn't hook up the hot line) you'll rarely feel the coldness of the water on your butt hole. Only drawback is feeling like a heathen if you poop anywhere that doesn't have a bidet lmao

u/ninjaciego · 11 pointsr/pics

House is usually around 68-70 degrees during winter, so it's really not bad at all.

If that's really your concern you can also get a heated bidet.

u/alexs456 · 11 pointsr/india

you guys need to get the "Attachable Bidet" for your like a dream....i have something similar to the link below

last but not least this product talks about the benefits of squatting and pooping....and the west makes fun of our Indian toilets...hahahaha

u/angry_wombat · 11 pointsr/HomeImprovement

New window and new doors. It's so much more quite now. Blocks all but 90% of the road noise.

summertime: swamp-cooler

edit: actually a 5 filter reverse osmosis for drinking water

u/not_charles_grodin · 11 pointsr/videos


Buy this one and thank me later.

u/EatATaco · 11 pointsr/nyc
u/ZombieSushi · 10 pointsr/TIHI

Have not tried this toilet add on bidet but some people swear by these. Forty dollar experiment.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (white and white)

u/titiangal · 10 pointsr/solotravel

A bidet is less than $30 and can be installed/removed in 15 minutes without a plumber.

Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment

It’s not the heated stream, noise cancellation, scented mist experience of a Toto in Japan, but it’s an easy step up from a bucket.

u/sunshinepills · 10 pointsr/tumblr

> drain clogs.

Tub Shroom, my friend. I have about four heads of hair on my one head and the tub shroom is the one thing that has actually, truly protected my drain from monthly full-on clogs.

u/CharityNeverFails · 10 pointsr/SexWorkersOnly

This is why I have a bidet. Amazon has cheap ones you can just add to your toilet without having to change the seat or anything, it just hooks up to the same water your toilet fills up with. I also hide the toilet paper when I have clients over, so they have to use it.

Also, as u/littlelove93 said:

What the fuck

Jesus Christ

u/DoucheAsaurus_ · 10 pointsr/classicrage

You motherfuckers need a bidet.

u/GCS_3 · 10 pointsr/funny

From one tall person to another get one of these then a rain style showerhead.

It's a great feeling to stand up straight and have the water wash over all of you, front and back.

u/SoulShaker · 10 pointsr/Ultralight

I hate the wet wipes thing too. I'm super happy to see another travel bidet user here. IMO, it's the best way to keep yourself clean out on the trail.

I use a different one than you do, and it weighs in at 65 grams. I can either use a sheet or two of TP afterwards to dry off, or simply pull up my merino boxers and let the water disperse into them - they're usually dry within a few minutes.

Brondell Travel Bidet on Amazon

u/Bott · 10 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Was in Japan over a year ago, and my butt fell in love with the bidet toilet seats. When I returned home, I bought an Izen 5. Great. Before the Izen arrived, and for traveling, I use this. Much rather have the warm water from this, compared to an icy squirt.

After using this combo, the direction of my butt crack is's becoming a smile. (Hope I didn't offend.)

u/Communist_Sofa · 10 pointsr/sex

Bought this guy for $30. If/when it breaks, we buy another. It gets the job done!

u/lilith_of_the_valley · 9 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

>1,000 ppb


On a side note, what do you think of shower filters like these? They are apparently so much easier on your skin if you have a lot of chlorine in your water as well. It can reduce the free-radical damage on your skin caused by chlorine.

u/qahatrack2 · 9 pointsr/Weakpots

I've heard good things about this.

u/Vulpyne · 9 pointsr/TrueReddit

For those that are interested, there are actually very cheap modifications that you can install on an existing toilet rather than replacing it with an expensive bidet.

About 6 months ago I read an article on reddit about how great there were and got interested, and bought this one on impulse for $35: (I think there's a newer version in the same price range, so look around a bit before you buy.)

It just uses your normal water supply and the water where I live is from a well so it is ice cold in the winter. It took a little getting used to, but seriously I have to say that I love the thing. I would hate to go back to a normal toilet. It also vastly reduces the amount of tissue paper you use, so from an environmental standpoint that is pretty good.

^(Not exactly sure this is TrueReddit material, but since I have an opinion...)

u/Jelly-chan · 9 pointsr/katawashoujo

No, what i mean is different. There are toilets with a lot of weird functions (like playing music and other obscure stuff) and one of those being spraying or squirting water. But a bidet works too i guess.

Edit: Something like this but more andvanced and already built into the toilet

Edit 2: Found a thing

u/snippy_gerbil · 9 pointsr/AskReddit

30 bucks from amazon and no need to tear out his toilet.

It has changed my world of pooping.

u/dumblydeebee · 9 pointsr/Cooking
u/mastersword130 · 9 pointsr/todayilearned

There is a bidet for $60 on Amazon that connects to both the cold and hot water lines. So if you know where your hot water line is in the bathroom you can connect it so you can have warm water hit you.

So if you live in the cold this will be wonderful and it really pays for itself, you'll be using less tp since you will just dry yourself with it.

u/kinenchen · 9 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I'm in the US too. I bought a cheap one online. I made some wipes to dry myself from some old towels sewn to a nylon backing. I'd do it again in a heartbeat and asked for enough to convert my other toilets for Christmas. Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (white and white)

u/gerboise-bleue · 9 pointsr/Quebec

J'ai acheté un attachement de bidet pour ma toilette il y a quelques années pour environ 40$ et c'est vraiment un de mes meilleurs investissements, sans compter l'aspect écologique. C'est un modèle semblable à celui-ci, mais il y a une tonne d'options sur le marché dorénavant, et c'est très simple à installer.

Je vous le recommande fortement, votre péteux vous en sera reconnaissant.

u/Ristake · 9 pointsr/PersonalFinanceCanada

The Tub Shroom! It collects hair at the drain of the shower which reduces drain plugs. My fiancée has butt length hair and this thing has been a worth every penny! We have to remove the hair from this thing at least once a week.

Tub Shroom Canada

Tub Shroom USA

u/DesolationRobot · 9 pointsr/DIY

>every 4-6 months

If you're doing it that often, consider a device to catch hair before it goes in the drain.

u/mnoecc · 9 pointsr/pics

I'm Iranian and also removed the metal cover but it was a temporary fix before I ran into other issues. Went on Amazon and picked this up and it's honestly been the best $13 I ever spent.

u/FAX_ME_SOME_CASH · 9 pointsr/AskMen

i carry this with me to work.

u/Schroedingers_Cat · 8 pointsr/mildlyinfuriating

I use TP as a test to see if I got it all, but it's very rare that I don't. Maybe it just depends on the bidet. I use this cheap-ass attachment for 30 bucks. Works like a charm. Nowadays it takes me over a month to go through a roll of paper.

u/SloveneQueen · 8 pointsr/SpiteChickens

Of course! There are a view inexpensive and promising ones. I chose this . Not exactly dirt cheap, but cheap compared to its similarly highly-rated competitors. There are cheaper ones out there.

We honestly talked about them and found the idea to be a good one, I just didn’t think he’d commit to the idea. Now he has to try it! I’ll keep the sub updated 😆

Happy early birthday wishes to your husband!!!

u/Babybutt123 · 8 pointsr/BabyBumps I got this one. It's got a pretty intense spray, so I had to also get a valve thingy to control it better so I didn't give myself an enema every poop, but I like it now lol.

u/cancerofpassion · 8 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I got this one for christmas and it’s been great! That said I cannot comprehend how anyone can turn the dial past like 2, maybe 3, let alone all the way, without giving themselves an enema...

u/completelyperdue · 8 pointsr/ZeroWaste

You could always install a bidet onto your toilet.

They’re really easy to use and involve no waste.

You can check out one here

u/FLHRI · 8 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Not quite 20, but have 2 of these. Work great, wife and I both love it, going into year 3.

u/Raisinbrannan · 8 pointsr/HighQualityGifs

You gotta get the angle right and then it gets 95%+ of it. A little bit of TP to dry off and clean up any remainder.

The first few times I got water EVERYWHERE, but it's pretty contained now that I know what to do (keep everything low while wiggling around a little to get the right angle and coverage)

This is the one I got. No fancy features and I thought I'd HATE the cold, but I don't mind it at all. Having a clean feature might be nice, but so far haven't seen a need for it.

u/gmick · 8 pointsr/funny

We've bought two for our house and three for relatives as well as talking a friend into buying one. If you can just get people to try them, there's no contest. This is the one we've been buying. It's cheap, easy to install, and effective. If you need some ammo for convincing people:

u/mydearwatson616 · 8 pointsr/self

This post inspired me to buy one. This baby comes in on Friday. Viva la revolución.

u/Pyrallis · 8 pointsr/Frugal

Your solution lies not in which consumables to buy, but rather in reducing your requirement for them. In the case of toilet paper, install a modular bidet system on your toilet. After you've relieved yourself, activate the water spray. After that, the job of toilet paper is to dry your already-clean arse. The bidet will pay for itself in terms of reduced consumption of toilet paper. Mine has paid for itself many times over.

I was inspired to try it after reading about it in these posts:



They were right.

u/fusiformgyrus · 8 pointsr/Fitness

Try flushable wet wipes. Your life will never be the same.

Also bidet attachments that you can put on top of your toilet.

Y'all are welcome.

u/not-just-a-dog-mom · 8 pointsr/BabyBumps

Yes! Total game changer. I have this one and it has served me well for 2 years!

I would seriously use like half a roll of toilet paper before I got a bidet. Ridiculous. Sometimes I find that once I spray off my butt it paves the way for more to come out which I think was my problem. 😂

I also have a squatty potty because I take pooping very seriously. 💩

u/Ol_Shabadoo · 8 pointsr/AnimalsBeingBros

I just bought this recently.... Shit you not. Well worth the buy! Easy to control the water flow and afterward the TP is just to dry. I spent a bit extra on mine so it could have a feature for the ladies as well.

u/completelyillogical · 8 pointsr/gadgets

Who needs a kickstarter, i've had this in my master bathroom for more than a year

bidet, heated seat, heated water, deodorizer, custom jet strength and temp settings, front and rear spray positions. easy install. works great. no nightlight i guess.

u/enjoilife3 · 7 pointsr/AskWomen

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (white and white)

It was more than $30 though apparently.

u/TROLO_ · 7 pointsr/videos

You don't need to win the lottery to have a bidet. I got one of these for $40 a couple years ago and my life his improved significantly. You're living like a peasant cleaning your ass with paper.

u/LurkerGhost · 7 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

I bought this bidet for my mom and soon bought it for myself after it was mom approved. (She was my beta tester.)

It's awesome, I used to go through a whole roll of toilet paper and have to buy the big ass pack of toilet paper from Costco like once every one or two months. Now it takes me forever to even go through one roll.

It has a function for men and women, and if you have hot water attachment, you can buy the upgraded model which has the hoses and stuff for it too.

This one is the best one imo with no hot water (since I dont have that) Luxe Bidet Neo 185 Elite Series...

Bidets are not a new thing, but once I got back from Asia I missed them so much. Shitting with paper only and no water to clean your ass is barbaric.

u/USSDoyle · 7 pointsr/politics

No need to wait. I've got bidets in both my bathrooms and will never go back. You can get attachments that go on your existing toilet and require no real plumbing work for pretty cheap. Example

u/Touch-MyButt · 7 pointsr/gifs

Or buy a bidet and never worry about bleeding from your poo-hole again.

u/AndrewCamelton · 7 pointsr/Charleston

Honestly people still just don't know what a modern bidet is, they still think its a separate unit entirely like the little sink

I try to explain to people that its $40 on amazon, installs in minutes with no tools, and lives right under your toilet seat. It makes you shower fresh after every poop and you end up saving money over time with the reduced TP/Wet Wipe consumption. It's completely hands free.

I evangelize about bidets like a 1920s automobile owner talking to his horse & buggy neighbor. Ya'll in the past doing it wrong.

What other mess do you NOT bring water into play to clean up?? Especially shit? You can wipe for days but you're never as clean as a constant adjustable stream of water can get you.

Basic model

Hot Water model

u/GenitalJamboree · 7 pointsr/AnimalsBeingJerks
u/LiesAboutAnimals · 7 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I live in a non-bidet country as well. Been using one of these.

It's great.

u/sarcasticacid · 7 pointsr/rupaulsdragrace

[This] ( is the one I have. "Quick and easy installation" is riggory and buffoonery because it took me all day and like 3 trips to Lowe's (although admittedly I was getting drunk while doing it) but it was so worth it.

u/InvaderDust · 7 pointsr/whatisthisthing

The one I bought was called the APEC 5 found here. It cost about 200 and an extra set of replacement filters cost another 50 or so. It took 30 mins to read and understand the instructions and about 10 mins to install. You need to drill one single hole on a pipe thats coming from the bottom of the sink. The part costs like 3 bucks new. I would say to buy one and keep it under the cabinet to replace the one you'd drill a hole in (for waste water of the RO system) when you move. No harm, no foul, next tenants are none the wiser.

i installed the faucet where the sprayer handle was. I never used it anyway so the hole to mount the faucet was already there.

This one is a 5 stage system. 3 charcoal/fiber filters and 2 "membrane" filters. Depending on the quality of the water being purified, your charcoal ones should last 6 months to a year at least! Ive had mine 3 years and changed the charcoal filters only twice. Once the PPM hits 20 or so, ill change them again. A PPM meter costs a few bucks and is 100% worth it to be able to tell when to change filters. Do not skip on this little guy.

The membrane filters should last 5 to 7 years before needing replacement.

our tap water reads -218 PPM

Our Tap into Pur picture gives - 180 PPM

RO after install and first flush - 4 PPM

RO after first year of heavy use - 18 PPM

Put RO into Pur - 150 PPM! (made it much worse!)

Needless to say we threw the Pur away and never looked back. Im spoiled and love the lack of floruide in our water. Coffee, Teas, Cooking, everything got better when we invested in GOOD water. And everytime I fill up my cup or jug, is another plastic bottle that I did not need or throw away. Every time. It feels great!!

u/SD-777 · 7 pointsr/newjersey

Well so much for that, looks like we do indeed also have elevated lead levels. I do have a reverse osmosis water filter system, will have to look up the specs to see how much lead it blocks.

Edit: Are these effective? I have one installed in my home and change the filters every 6 months. It says it gets 99% of lead among other things. I'm going to get a home kit and see what the test says.

u/Scrybatog · 7 pointsr/lifehacks
u/SSGTObvious · 7 pointsr/AskMen

Wash your face every night before you go to bed with a facial cleanser. Or morning if you work night shifts.

Use moisturizer. Also use beard oil if you have a beard. Yeah, the rugged look is sexy, but dry hands and face are not.

Silk pillowcases are better than cotton for your skin and hair.

Wash your bedding items at least monthly. And if you wear hats a lot, wash them too.

You can use the skin treatments in the makeup aisle (anti-wrinkle cream, creams that reduce under eye bags and darkness, etc). It;s better to start using them when your younger and the wrinkles haven't formed than waiting until you look like Farnsworth.

Brush your teeth.

Drink lots of water.

Cut down on junk food being overweight, smoking, and excess drinking. Not only are they bad for your health, but they age you like crazy.

Use sunscreen!


Exfoliate your body and use body wash.

Take care of your hands and nails. Keep them trimmed, cleaned underneath the nails, and use moisturizer. Same with your feet. You can even buy something like the Amope or a pumice stone for dry heels and calluses on feet.

I like a guy with a natural forest, but if you want to shave your pubes:

  • Trim the hair first. You use a trimmer or scissors and a comb (comb opposite growth direction of hair to make it stick up so it's easier to cut), Be careful. You want to be able to see what you're doing, not go to the hospital to stitch up a cut next to your dick.

  • Take a hot shower and exfoliate the area. The hot shower is to help soften the hair and exfoliating is to remove any dead skin cells and make the hair stick up, resulting in a closer shave.

  • Use shaving cream. Yes, you can use the women's shaving cream. You can also use shave gel or even conditioner if you want. I've found the cheap V05 brand that's like $.75 at my Kroger works just as well at the expensive shaving creams.

  • Use a sharp, new razor. A lubrication strip is good and the women's will work just as well as the mens so get those if they're cheaper.

  • Stretch your skin as you go. If you've ever seen that clip of the show The Drs where the woman complains about how men just always cut their faces during shaving and the cosmetic guy makes her shave a cucumber and a melon to compare shaving a a woman's leg to a man's face, you'll know that its easier to shave flat surfaces instead of lumpy, loose, or curved ones. So use one hand to stretch the area flat and the other to shave. Which way? Whichever you want. Against the grain for a much closer shave. With the grain for less chance of irritation and ingrown hairs. Hell, go left to right if you want. Have fun with it. Make a cool design like a figure 8, a triforce, or a checkerboard.

  • If you want to shave your buttcrack, I find it's easiest to squat down and grab one cheek and pull it towards the side. Shave that side then switch. I use an epilator though, so try and see whatever position is easiest for you.

  • Afterwards, gently exfoliate. Rinse off and dry. If you want, you can apply a post shaving cream, found usually by the women's shaving cream and the brand Wal-Mart carries is Bikini Zone, to reduce irritation and any redness.

    Oh yeah, if you do that in the shower, it's a good idea to have one of these. It'll be easier to clean up after yourself and you won't clog the drains. If you have a anyone with long hair in your house or using your shower, you should already have one in every shower they have access to.
u/MoozeMemeMaster · 7 pointsr/malehairadvice

Visit a doctor or research for yourself, but basically:

Change up lifestyle (diet, working out)

Try rogaine,* minoxidill or other supps

If it doesn't work = buzzcut, grow beard get buff.

Try a hair catcher in the shower to monitor what works what doesn't.

u/tinyyawns · 7 pointsr/loseit

This. You don’t need to talk to your landlord about it at all. It’s not the same as painting or putting holes in the wall, which are permanent changes the landlord has to fix after you leave. Those bidet attachments are easily installed and removable, so the landlord will never know.

Also, ditch the restaurant plan. Unless you are backed by investors, own a patent to bidet, and include installation, no one is going to take you seriously. A much cheaper and more convenient option would be to get a travel bidet bottle like this one from Amazon. You can take it with you wherever you go.

Also, an all liquid diet will still make you poop but it will be diarrhea unless you find a way to get sufficient fiber. Unfortunately I am speaking from experience! So ditch that plan as well.

u/fingers-in-ears · 7 pointsr/Healthyhooha

I would ditch the wet wipes altogether. Even if they are unscented, they still contain detergents and other things that might be upsetting your skin. (For example, this is how I found out I am allergic to aloe vera.) Start using a bidet to clean your backside instead. If you don’t want to install a bidet onto your toilet, get a travel bidet. Cheap and easy to use.

u/anticultured · 7 pointsr/Vive

Okay well have I got a surprise for you!


Once you have it you will wonder why and how you lived so long without one.

u/clittter · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I got a showerhead filter from amazon (this one) and my skin is definitely a bit smoother after about a month

u/cp24eva · 7 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

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

u/dubious_luxury · 7 pointsr/LifeProTips

Super fancy expensive ones do. There are cheaper options out there that don't.

I use this one

and it's totally adequate. It's been a great value for $25. It has plenty of pressure range and even in winter it's not too cold.

It doesn't require electricity and it connects right on to the existing plumbing with no specialized knowledge of plumbing.

u/YouKnowWhatItIs87 · 7 pointsr/kratom
u/mybelle_michelle · 7 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Bidet is the way to go! A few years ago this one was recommended somewhere on reddit, I bought it and love it (as a mom to a crohnie).

I have an older Consumer Reports on toilet tissue, I don't like Scott 1000 or Angel Soft (or Costco's version of it). I settled on Target's Premium Ultra Soft (or Ultra Strong, I couldn't really tell a difference) that was listed on my report as in the top 5 for dissolving/fewer clogs.

Finally, we also updated our (25 year old) toilets to American Standard Cadet 3 FloWise Tall Height 2-Piece 1.28 GPF Single Flush and haven't had a single clog yet in three years.

u/imnotminkus · 7 pointsr/AskWomen
u/StrayMoggie · 7 pointsr/gadgets

In the US, you can pick up one fairly cheap at Amazon.
My family made fun of me when I bought it. They said that is GROSS!
A month later, it is the most used toilet in the house.

u/MinionOfDoom · 7 pointsr/Frugal

You can order one from amazon for $25.

u/StarvingIsVerboten · 6 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Toilet paper? What's that?

I've had a constantly immaculate butthole without a hint of soreness for nearly 2 years, ever since I got my bidet (the linked one just happens to be the one I got, but there are countless others in that price range on Amazon).

Seriously, even during a flare when I'm shitting 10-15 times a day, my butt feels pretty damn good in between all the crimson and mocha explosions.

Sorta lied; I actually still use paper, but only to pat my butt dry after washing it with the bidet. I use the Cottonelle aloe/Vitamin E infused stuff and I go through about one roll every two weeks when I'm not flaring.

u/jibbyjam1 · 6 pointsr/technology

Just get a bidet add-on, like this. Baby wipes are nice, but they're a lot more expensive than regular toilet paper, and the bidet is something you'll only pay for once. Also, I like knowing that my asshole is clean enough to eat off of. Just take my word for it.

u/DrewFlan · 6 pointsr/AskMen

Get a bidet attachment instead. It will quickly pay for itself in saved toilet paper and be much more forgiving to your septic tank.

u/natlight · 6 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I have the Astor 1000 and it works great. Just a simple attachment to your toilet seat. Comes with a stainless steel braided line too. No heaters or other bells and whistles to break, just a plain and simple adjustable spray. Careful, the high setting will make you jump a few feet in the air. The heaters are not needed, you don't really feel the cold down there. I got mine on amazon for about $20. I will never go back to paper. DTH

u/hisjap2003 · 6 pointsr/KCRoyals

a few months back, i installed a bidet, this model, on my shitter at home.

it's a little hard to "aim" at first, but i can't tell you how much i recommend this over regular old tp/butt wipes. i never realized how nice it was having a confidently clean butthole.

u/iheartmyname · 6 pointsr/shittingadvice

I recently made two purchases which have rocked my shitting world. The first is the Squatty Potty - crappy name, good idea. It changes your pooping posture to one more like squatting, which means less pushing, less hemorrhoids and less wiping. After hearing about this, I tried for a while just putting my feet on the trash can and other things, but it's way easier and more comfortable to just get the stool (in my opinion). EDIT: Read closer and see that you're already squatting, but I still recommend the stool if you don't have one.

Second, I got a bidet attachment for my toilet. There are MANY to choose from, but I got the lowest priced one on Amazon and have been very pleased. This is a simple device that just provides a stream of cool water to your bum to spray off the poo. Then you use a bit of toilet paper or cloth (your bum is clean, so no poo stains to wash off) to just dry off.

Between the two, I barely use toilet paper anymore, and I also used to need to use quite a lot to clean up. The downside to these purchases is that I'm now completely spoiled at home and miss them deeply when I travel.

u/strobonic · 6 pointsr/keto

I got a squatty potty several weeks ago but TBH haven't found it to make a difference for me. I just have weird bowels I guess.

Installed a bidet attachment today, though. Total pain in the ass (heh) to install, since the toilet is right up against the vanity in my bathroom. No room to get in there, every goddamn nut was seized up, and then somehow I managed to break the fill valve in the toilet. When I turned the water back on, the cap on the fill valve shot off like a fucking rocket and I had a geyser of water hit me directly in the face. My husband ran out to get us a new fill valve while I wept. When he got back with it, I disassembled everything, put the new fill valve in, and then it all went in easy breezy and the bidet shoots water directly at my asshole with laser precision.

u/odel555q · 6 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

This is the correct answer.

u/no-mad · 6 pointsr/RVLiving

$35 bidet and joy can be yours.

u/excusemebro · 6 pointsr/JonWinsTheThrone

You gotta buy one of these

u/cjinct · 6 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

This is the one we got:

You can install yourself - super quick and easy

u/peachncake · 6 pointsr/Healthyhooha

i got a bidet attachment from amazon about a year ago, and it has been the best $30 i've spent. this one is super easy to install and very affordable:

u/PelvisCop · 6 pointsr/worldnews
u/sponz · 6 pointsr/LifeProTips

For the longest time, I used wet wipes. They get expensive over time.

I bought one of these, spent 20 minutes installing it. Haven't looked back since.

That's the one I have.

u/arkaine101 · 6 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I'm surprised no one has mentioned using a bidet instead. This way there is no risk of clogging wastewater pipes.

u/SwampHusky · 6 pointsr/worldnews

Many of them hook into the cold/hot water pipe from your sink. So if the toilet is next to the sink in the bathroom, you install a T and that's where it gets the water.

Some are cold water only, some take both and mix it. Most come with a "clean" function, for cleaning the nozzle. If you do that first while you're sitting there, it'll bring that warm water into the bidet so you don't get blasted with ice cold water.

u/Dc5e · 6 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

You could just get one that has both hot and cold water. The only difference is that the hot water is tee'd off the sink's hot water line. The hot and cold models usually comes with all the hardware you need (extra long tube to reach the faucet and a tee for typical faucet connections).

I have this one:

u/Bockon · 6 pointsr/assholedesign

There are fairly inexpensive models that have a hot water supply line as well. It isn't difficult to install. How much TP can you get for $68?

I don't have lady bits, so, I can't really give honest input on that.

u/pghparagliding · 6 pointsr/pittsburgh

That's the best seller. And full house ones are crazy expensive. I haven't installed those but could easily learn how.

u/Big_Metal_Unit · 6 pointsr/funny

That's the one I got, took all of 5 minutes to install. I can't imagine not having one now, just seems so unsanitary. I mean, if I got poop on my hands would I be content to just wipe it with a dry napkin and call it good?

u/FlimtotheFlam · 6 pointsr/Wellthatsucks

Seriously a bidet is pretty much a pressure water up your ass. They are only $25 and pretty awesome

u/crexor · 6 pointsr/Coffee

The salt you are putting in the tank labeled Kinetico, is not for filtering, that's a water softener. The two black canisters might actually be charcoal filters, unsure from this angle though, and the larger white canister is most likely zeolite, which is recharged with the salt and possibly bleach depending on your setup , hard to tell, your system probably purges nightly. You could add additional whole house filtration, carbon or reverse osmosis, I wouldn't bother with that though unless you have bad smells, like sulphur or rust staining on your clothing. A better option would be a small britta pitcher, or a small triple filter with a RO setup that you plumb in , and install next to your sink. Don't bother with that "diy" method. You could also purchase distilled water from a grocery, or those 5 gallon jugs. Here is an example of the under sink style:
You could get a smaller or larger system, depending on your needs. They sell setups like this at Home Depot and lowes etc, and this will provide superior water quality than a pitcher or faucet style filter. But it really depends on what you are trying to filter out, and what is fouling your water.
Source: have lived on well water most of my life in Florida

u/kmc_v3 · 6 pointsr/preppers

I have one of these. It's a lifesaver for camping. You could most likely use non-potable water without ill effect.

Other options include scrap paper and reusable rags (boil them).

u/yourmotha · 6 pointsr/AskReddit

Along the same line, a watering pail (like what you use to water plants). Pour it down your crack for a cheap bidet effect

Edit: These are the cheapest I could find.

u/abigaelb4 · 6 pointsr/BabyBumps

This is the one I have. You can buy one that has a hook up for hot water as well but my tap water isn't cold for whatever reason so it doesn't bother me to just have a cold water line. It uses the water that would eventually run to the tank. It's basically like using the water from your sink line--I know a lot of people think that its uses "toilet bowl" water but it doesn't. It's really easy to install. I actually have reinstalled it on a different toilet in my house and it worked on both. You do have to buy little spacers to attach to the bottom of your toilet seat since the bidet attachment makes the back of the seat sit a bit higher than the front. Again, they're really easy to install/uninstall. Definitely get the ones that screw on so they don't fall off one day into the toilet.

To use you just stay seated and SLOWLY turn on the knob. The one I have linked has SUPER HIGH water pressure but maybe there are models that aren't so strong. Do NOT turn it on while you're standing in front of it "just to make sure it works". I shot myself in the chest the first time I tested it hahahaha. Lots of guests also get curious and turn it on while standing in front of the toilet instead of sitting and end up getting shot in the chest or face. It's hilarious. My father in law for shot in the forehead with the water!

All in all its a 45$ investment if you use the same set up I did--definitely worth the money and if you can always upgrade to a different model if you end up liking it!

There are handheld type options that look like a shower head but they require maneuvering on the toilet and seem like more trouble than just staying seated.

I tried moist wipes for a while but a lot of them have alcohol in them and seemed to dry out more than they helped.

Sorry for the long winded response, hope it was helpful!

u/boredantics · 5 pointsr/sex

They sell like $20 attachments on Amazon to install into the water line and attach to the rim. check it out

u/PhyllisWheatenhousen · 5 pointsr/Anarcho_Capitalism

For $200 your can get a reverse osmosis machine that will desalinate saltwater into freshwater at a rate of 75 gallons per day.

u/redditor100k · 5 pointsr/news

I installed a 6 stage filter, it's great. The lines and fittings are made of polypropylene if anyone's wondering. The fittings they sell at home depot are not food safe plastics so make sure you buy polypropylene fittings if you need any extra ones.

u/kpne1home · 5 pointsr/Frugal

I grew up drinking city water all my life and recently bought a house with my wife that has a well. Our water tested fine but I just couldn't handle the taste of it. We hated drinking our water. I decided to give a reverse osmosis filer a try. Bought this from amazon, iSpring RCC7AK 75GPD 6-Stage Reverse Osmosis Alkaline Mineral Water Filter System with Brushed Nickel Faucet

I could not be happier with purchasing this system. I installed it on my basement and ran a line to my fridge and sink for a second faucet. The water tastes like bottled water. The filters aren't super cheap but it's well worth the couple hundred dollars for like 3 years of filters. If you have the ability to install one of these I highly recommend it.

u/0xffff2 · 5 pointsr/videos

I'm only 5'11", but my mom's house was built for hobbits. This is an absolute lifesaver.

u/ladykansas · 5 pointsr/centuryhomes

I wonder if you could prevent it from getting quite as wet by adjusting the angle the shower sprays. We did a quick fix to our shower to make it more of a "rain shower" by adding an extension arm:

The water now splashes totally differently in our whole shower. Since it's strait down, the walls do not get nearly as wet. I didn't anticipate how big the change would be.

u/iskry · 5 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

They might appreciate a bidet!

u/HeezyB · 5 pointsr/AskMen

Got one for every toilet in the house. Literally one of the best purchases I've made.

u/AtWor · 5 pointsr/trashy

For all those that do not have a bidet, it will change your life. It literally is the best $30 I've ever spent. There are many more that are more expensive but as far as entry level goes this one is great.

u/streetfools · 5 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I have this one and it is a game changer. Totally recommend it. Not only do you use little or no TP, but the feeling of being totally clean afterwards is awesome. I used to pride myself on being a company time pooper, now I wait til I get home (if I can help it) to use the bidet.

u/multiplealtoids · 5 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse

I. Love. My. Bidet. This one is like a jet stream, so you can clean the surface or douche out your ass. Best thing ever.

u/kneelbeforegod · 5 pointsr/theydidthemath

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

Best $35 ive spent on Amazon. Pro tip, upgrade to the metal t valve.

u/guanba · 5 pointsr/japan

First, congratulations!

My suggestion is to take good care of your fiancee... since that's what you want them to think you're doing, after all ;-)

Did your father-in-law already buy a bidet?? If not, Amazon US actually sells cheap basic bidets/spray toilet seats that you could install, if you really wanted to go above and beyond. Really, though, a bidet is the answer you seek... your in-laws will feel comfortable, and happy to know you cared enough to go out of your way since bidets aren't so common in the U.S.

Having slippers, chopsticks, and bottled beverages (non-sweetened) available for them would also be a nice gesture. Not everyone uses them, but for some it's a real comfort to have them around.

u/vale_fallacia · 5 pointsr/tifu

As someone who takes narcotics for pain, may I recommend Miralax? It dissolves in coffee easily and helps keep the constipation to a minimum.

Softer poop will be much easier to pass, talk to the docs about how much Miralax you need.

(I'm not a medical professional, please talk to an expert before taking new drugs!)

You're also going to need a bidet attachment for your toilet. That will help clean your butt without lots of painful wiping. I recommend this one, it's easy to install and use: "Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)"

Good luck with your butthole, OP, I hope you heal quickly. Remember that the embarrassment will fade, accidents happen :)

u/Zefirus · 5 pointsr/worldnews

Just get one of these.

35 bucks and they work great.

u/dahjay · 5 pointsr/funny

Bruh. Buy this guy and install it.
Best $35 you'll ever spend.

u/boothismanbooooo · 5 pointsr/AskNYC

My mom went to Italy and loved the idea so much, she bought an installable one from Amazon. She's the only person I know who has one.

u/CrapFrancis · 5 pointsr/nfl

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

Am I allowed to link directly to products? This is the one I bought. I was off by 15 bucks It looks like but w/e.

u/gerwen · 5 pointsr/todayilearned

You can get them to retro-fit on nearly any toilet. I got this one for about $45CDN just because of all the bidet talk here on reddit. I figured for the price it wasn't much of a gamble.

I can't express how much I love the thing. It is so far superior to toilet paper and you will have no idea until you try it.

I spent this weekend away from home and had to actually wipe my own ass for the first time in months. It was awful. Ate something that didn't agree with me so I was using the toilet more than usual too. Couldn't wait to get home.

Seriously, try it.

u/plywooden · 5 pointsr/AskWomen

You've prompted me to check these out:

I think I will get this. One review reported using 1/3 less t.p. and I know my septic system would appreciate this, plus the other obvious benefit.

u/rm1618 · 5 pointsr/changemyview

Luxe bidet is life changing! Installed in 5 minutes. Got the additional shutoff valve as I live in apartment.

u/ifeelnumb · 5 pointsr/Interstitialcystitis

I got this bidet and it was life changing. Now I carry a portable one with me when I travel.

u/romanomnom · 5 pointsr/AskDocs

Just to clarify a few things here. While internal hemorrhoids can bleed, they typically are not painful. The nerve endings are actually there to sense fullness in your rectum for you to defecate - not for sensing pain.

The pain you're having is most likely the same external hemorrhoid, or a new one that's popped up. Have you tried looking for it, or do you feel it when you go to wipe? You can of course have both internal and external hemorrhoids at the same time. The color of the blood is difficult to gauge if you're trying to google your symptoms, since it can vary with the color and substance of your stool.

How long have you been dealing with them (from the very first flareup)? While having a soft stool is ideal, you also don't want to switch to a pure fiber only diet (can actually make the stool harder w/o water), and you also don't want to irritate the bowels causing you to have to strain excessively.

Best recommendation is this:

  1. Begin taking stool softener everyday. They typically come in the 100 mg/capsule. Take two a day with a meal. Remember this is the Docusate Sodium. Not a laxative like magnesium or bisacodyl. If you're confused, just ask your pharmacist. Can be generic CVS/Walgreen brand.

  2. Start taking a daily probiotic. Also can be generic.

  3. Be mindful of your diet. There are certain foods/drinks that can irritate or cause flareups. Alcohol for example can cause constipation, while coffee can overstimulate the bowels leading to excess strain. Have things like this in moderation. Always stay hydrated. Remember, increasing your fiber isn't enough. If you don't get enough, start having some fiber gummies a day. But, also make sure to supplement your diet with water! Water helps create soft stools. This is important for the passage.

  4. For immediate relief, you'll likely need to start the Preparation H suppositories. Unfortunately, the ointment will not be enough and will not penetrate the irritated vessels. The suppositories typically bring relief within a few days. Go ahead and use the topical ointment to coat the outer layer of the suppository to help aid in the insertion.

  5. After a BM, and cleaning yourself off with toilet paper, use either Preparation H wipes or Tucks wipes. They both have Witch Hazel which is extremely effective at calming irritated hemorrhoids.

  6. If you can afford it, I'd recommend the following two items. One of the Luxe Bidet's from Amazon. Not only does it keep you cleaner and you use less toilet paper, the water is excellent for relief during flareups. Toilet paper can be abrasive and even touching the prolapsed hemorrhoid can cause pain. This is extremely affective, and I encourage anyone and everyone to make the switch. Super easy to install and work amazing. We have one in every bathroom of our home. The second thing is a Squatty Potty. I see they've upped the price. These were only $25 at one point, which is more reasonable for what they are. You could get away with purchasing your own stool for less if you look around. Essentially, elevating your feet allows your bowel to flow better, preventing access strain on the hemorrhoids.

  7. Lastly, I recommend to avoid working out until these go away. Once they're gone, resume exercise. Exercising will promote proper blood flow and encourage healthy BM's.

    Hope this helps - and by all means, if you don't find relief within a week, please go see a doctor. While it may seem embarrassing to you, it can be a more serious issue that requires medical intervention. Feel better!

u/maevealleine · 5 pointsr/trashy

We have one of these installed in every toilet in our house. There should be a law that requires them in all public bathrooms.

u/sixbux · 5 pointsr/SuddenlyGay

I have the bidet in the link and 100% vouch for it. Easy install and your life will never be the same.

u/emeryleaf · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Not at all! This one from Amazon.

The one complaint I've seen from people is that it can decrease your water pressure - I personally only have a very small decrease when the filter is getting old (3 months or so), but we have strong pressure to begin with.

u/whiteboys · 5 pointsr/WTF

I had a bidet growing up and up until 2 years ago when I moved out. I had this baby ordered and installed before the 1st week of living on my own was over. It's such a clean asslife I live and pretty sweet on the wallet.

My husband is a convert.

u/Misbaha · 5 pointsr/islam
u/youresupposedto · 5 pointsr/AskReddit

No. You stop wiping once you reach your taint.

Also, when you start using wet wipes instead of only dry toilet paper to wipe your ass is the day you start to get cleaner.

I've actually been convinced by the experience of Redditors in another thread here to go with the $40 bidet installed on my toilet. It gets here in a few days, and I think my days of dry wiping will be over then.

u/costanza_vandelay · 5 pointsr/IBD

This is a great thread for discussion. If I may add...

  1. Even better than a peri-bottle is a washlet. Basically an add-on bidet for a standard toilet. If you can get one that has HOT and COLD water, you will LOVE cleaning your bum with warm water. It chips away at pain quickly and dries without TP in a few minutes. Here is one on Amazon.

  2. If you've got cash to spare, or if you want convenience while not at home, Toto sells a portable washlet that I've been tempted to buy. The description is misleading since you have to put warm water into it beforehand.
u/jaxdesign · 5 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Want to improve your home life, be more hygienic, and save money on toilet paper? Buy a bidet on amazon prime for $27. I found out about these on another reddit thread last month, and I couldn't be happier with my purchase!

u/badleveragetst · 5 pointsr/steroids

I bought that one for my BIL so it’s no wonder he never thanked me haha.

I have this one Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/horking · 5 pointsr/funny

They are the best and you're missing out!

For the uninitiated, bidets are super cheap now and easy to install.

u/RalphMullin · 5 pointsr/shittingadvice

I recently got this, it's very easy to install.

I now use 1 roll of toilet paper about every 1-2 months.

u/pahool · 5 pointsr/bestof

Buy one. They're cheap and easy to install. It's been a game-changer for me. Wiping my ass used to be like cleaning peanut butter off a poodle. Not anymore.

u/only_good_times · 5 pointsr/badwomensanatomy
u/anonymousobserver7 · 5 pointsr/internetparents

There's actually a relatively inexpensive bidet toilet attachment if you're interested. I don't have one but they seem to have great reviews.

u/AspieGram · 5 pointsr/bidets

We recently installed the Luxe Bidet Neo 185 Elite Series ($43) and I prefer it over my hugely expensive BioBidet DIB.

The standard round seat that was on the toilet when we bought the house was angled after it was installed, but the seat bumpers arrived the next day and now it sits level and we have no problems.

As far as operation, I really like it a lot. I chose this model because the DIB sprayer is REALLY far back. I have to use the feminine just to wash the backside. The "normal" backside was hits in the crack of the butt and is useless.
The Luxe hits right where it's supposed to. Now, there are two washes: feminine and "normal." Because of the design the two jets are side by side which results in the sprayer being the tiniest bit off center. So one wash will spray your parts a bit to the right and the other one will spray a bit to the left. It's only the tiniest bit, but since you mentioned angles, I thought I would let you know.

We have REALLY high water pressure where we live so we purchased a Luxe Metal T-adapter with Shut-off Valve to reduce the water pressure. That allows us to move the dial about 1/8" for adjustment instead of about 1/32"

The feminine sprayer does go forward all the way and hits ever feminine spot there is. If one doesn't close their legs, a stream of water will shoot out and hit the wall across the room. :/

We have no leaks, the seat no longer sits at an angle and I love it!

Please feel free to ask any specific questions if I missed anything.

u/abakedcarrot · 5 pointsr/JapanTravel
u/wellwasherelf · 5 pointsr/Enough_Sanders_Spam
u/brittbritth · 5 pointsr/ALS

\^The one I have at home. Easy installation, simple concept, no buttons, just a push handle. Works great.

u/Busch_League2 · 5 pointsr/HomeImprovement

One negative that nobody ever mentions so I’m thinking it might just be the one I bought is that unless I sit just right it sprays the back of my nuts. There’s no way to adjust the angle so I have to deal with a little more cleanup than a quick bhole patdown about 50% of the time. Other than that it’s a big plus to my bowel movements.

I bought a cheap attachment one:

u/elijha · 4 pointsr/malelivingspace

And on a similar note, a bidet attachment for your toilet. They're like $40 and super easy to install. (Don't bother with a hot water one, it really doesn't matter). I have this one. Seriously game-changing.

u/proveitbragger · 4 pointsr/Marriage

A bidet attachment is the answer to all your shitty problems!

u/guilliams · 4 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Switch to a Bidet and save on toilet paper and your bumm.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 least expensive but works well

u/Fistulotomy · 4 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

I had 3 fistulas: 1 low, 2 high. They did a fistulotomyb the low one and put draining setons in the 2 high ones. That was 5 months ago.

I bathe twice per day, each time for minimum 30 minutes but often for 90-120 minutes per bath. I read books, check reddit on my phone, watch videos, etc. I'm trying to jerry-rig some setup where I'd feel secure having my laptop in there so I could work during the day. It's hard to overstate how good a hot soak feels.

I also have a bidet on my toilet and a travel bidet which I take with me whenever I'm not home. I use panty liners to deal with drainage and change those 3-4 times per day.

I'm so grateful to have flexibility with my job where I can work from home on days I don't feel well. This experience would be much worse if I had limitations on my hygiene.

Other than the fistulas and 5-6 watery bowel movements per day I'm not overly symptomatic (subject to diet) so I'm grateful for that.

Started remicade and methotrexate a month ago. GI & colorectal surgeon want to give it 9-12 months and see if the fistulas are closing up.

Bidet links:

Base $35 model, cold water only

Deluxe $60 model, hot and cold water

Travel Bidet:

u/caspercarr · 4 pointsr/worldnews

Pro Tip: Buy a Bidet add-on. They’re under $35 on Amazon

u/gingersluck · 4 pointsr/CFB
u/BunchOCrunch · 4 pointsr/gay_irl

I got you fam!

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/Wamobamo · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Buy a bidet attachment for your toilet. No wipes to buy or clog your pipes, and you stay nice and clean. Best $40 ever.

Edit: [This] ( is worth getting too to replace the plastic tee that comes with the bidet and give you better flow control.

u/SelfAmbition · 4 pointsr/h3h3productions
u/KittenTablecloth · 4 pointsr/trashy

LUXE Neo 180 the 120 is fifteen bucks cheaper if you don't need the lady setting

u/OrganizedSprinkles · 4 pointsr/InfertilityBabies

Our bidet attachment arrived yesterday from amazon. I'm so clean, I recommend everyone get one.

u/The_Thick_Six · 4 pointsr/PandR
u/biohazardwoman · 4 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Here you go! This is the exact one I have now (with the lady function). Mine does not pulsate like /u/Hellen_Lecter's but I still love it.

I obviously didn't install it (as mentioned in a previous comment), but even though my father complained it didn't take him long and I remember him saying it wasn't that difficult. With that being said if you don't know anything about plumbing like me you should probably ask someone who does for help lest you end up flooding your bathroom or breaking your toilet.

u/Lewdiville_Tiger · 4 pointsr/todayilearned

Why don't ya save money and install a bidet?

Also it is fine to use wipes as long as they go in the trash and not flushed.

u/bamachine · 4 pointsr/CFB

A lifesaver

Also, I get the Cottonelle wipes to take with me anytime I am away from home. I absolutely hate using any TP these days, in those rare instances, feels like I am walking around nasty.

u/dirtyFilthyHippy · 4 pointsr/milliondollarextreme

I picked this one up from amazon last year. No complaints so far. (This model requires drilling your sink but, I think there are other models for no-drill instillation.)

u/lookattheseangels · 4 pointsr/kansascity

Following! I need a softener too.

Also, if you want to do it up real nice after you get a softener - cannot recommend this water filter enough. Has a large under sink tank so water is always available on demand and tastes PHENOMENAL. Seriously.

iSpring RCC7 High Capacity Under Sink 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filtration System and Ultimate Water Softener- WQA Gold Seal Certified

u/Animum_Rege · 4 pointsr/veganfitness

If you're concerned about it, might as well test yourself. See this video:

You could also use a cheap pH meter like this:

If you're worried about metabolic acidosis, just eat more vegetables:

If you want to take it a step further, you could install a RO water system, like this one with 6 stages. The 6th stage is an alkaline remineralization filter, and you could buy more of the alkaline filters and daisy chain them until you get to your desired alkaline pH level (using the aforementioned pH meter).

u/austinanimal · 4 pointsr/MURICA

This thing was the first thing I was thinking. I have this everywhere now. My wife is 5'3" and I'm 6'4".

u/Vigro318 · 4 pointsr/lifehacks

There's this shit called a shower arm. I'm 6'2 and live in a pretty small apartment as well. It cost me like 20$ max and made showers 100% better.

u/BoredToRunInTheSun · 4 pointsr/worldnews

You can get portable, hand held bidets on line too, though the maximum pressure of the water stream is less, like this

u/petersen1998 · 4 pointsr/milliondollarextreme

Going paperless is still in fashion in parts of Asia. But for me, a guy born & raised in America, it was a leap of faith about a year ago when I installed a bidet under the toilet seat and no amount of Internet videos & articles could truly prepare me for that first blast. But here I am, almost a year later and I'd never go back. Benefits I've noticed include:

  • Hemorrhoid Relief: Because my work keeps me mostly in a chair at a desk, I used to have some terrible pain down there. Really, really terrible. We're bloody stools that looked like a Nightmare on Elm Street special toilet edition. They took a few months to go away, but today I have no problems unless there is an extremely hard stool.

  • Spicy Foods, bring it on! It used to be a real pain about 12 hours after I ate hot spicy foods. Now I wash away the heat from down beneath.

  • Cleaned to Pristine: Toilet paper will always leave poop residue on your bunghole. Wipe all you like, it's still there. With water, I'm 100% clean every time.

  • Great cool down after heavy exercise: On a hot summers day when you go out and run or lift or whatever, a great way to catch your breath and cool down is to sit on a cold bidet and let it take your breath away. Yeah, this one's a little weird but it truly is a great cool down.

  • Diarrhea Be Dammed: On those rare occasions when I'm sick with the flu, hourly bowel movements used to really irritate the backside because of all the wiping. With my bidet I said goodbye to chapped anus.

  • Go Deep: For the brave, you can actually center the stream and go for a minor colon flush.

  • The Humor: The face my 5 year old son made the first time he decided to play with the lever while sitting on my toilet will forever be burned into my sense of humor. I never would have known just how BIG his eyes can get. Absolutely priceless.

  • $Money$: Every dollar you're not spending on toilet tissue is a dollar you can spend towards sitting on a beach with the beverage of your choice.

  • Never running out of the Important Papers. (self explanatory, you KNOW what I'm talking about)

  • Environmentally Friendlier: Toilet paper actually is bad for the environment. The process to make it requires massive amounts of water and chemicals. I don't think anyone is clear cutting rain forests to make toilet tissue, but it does take trees and electric energy. After the fact, toilet tissue has to be broken down at the sewage plant and a portion of it ends up as a gray matter that ends up in landfills (take a tour of your local sewage plant to see what I mean).

    I have found that it's healthier, cleaner and more environmental to give up toilet tissue. I've often wondered how much of an impact it would if everyone on Earth made the switch.

    The Bad:
    While there are portable 'squeeze water bottle' bidets available, I find them impractical to carry with me. So on the rare occasions I'm not 'making the morning deposit' at home and I have no choice but to paper wipe, it irritates because I'm not used to it.

    How it works:
    A device connects under your toilet seat with a small water sprayer that showers your 'down there'. A water supply line connects under the toilet's water tank using a T adapter. It's actually a pretty simple DIY project to install, but make darned sure you have all the plumbing supplies you need before you start if this is your only toilet. There are heated models available. My largest fear at the beginning was the cold water part. Heated models require wiring and are much more expensive. I decided to try the cold model first and see how it went. Glad I did, I'd never want to use heated water now. The first couple goes were a bit chilly, but it got easier every time.

    So there it is, my tell all deepest darkest secret. Ask me any questions, or if you're in the Bidet Brotherhood (or sisterhood) share your own experiences.
u/OKCurmudgeon · 4 pointsr/Frugal

I bought one of these a couple of years ago. Easy to install, no complaints. I don't know about anybody else but I -do- use a little TP to both doublecheck that the job is done and to dry my bits off. Overall, a roll can last me (single male) a month.

u/zonk3 · 4 pointsr/bidets

The Luxe bidet is easy to install and comes with everything you need inside the box at $36 via amazon:

Luxe Bidet Neo 120

I like the knob rather than the more common "dials" which seem harder to twist. Good luck!

u/NieceyBabe · 4 pointsr/reactiongifs

Get one. It will absolutely change your life. Best $40 I've ever spent.
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 (Elite Series) - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment w/ Strong Faucet Valves and Metal Hoses

u/Mtgplayerdave · 4 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

For anyone curious this is the one we got.
Not the cheapest and not the most expensive, but it works like a charm

u/x94x · 4 pointsr/hockey

yo i highly recommend a bidet attachment for your toilet if you're a little skidmarksy in y'undapants!


u/wintercast · 4 pointsr/homeowners

Not electric. I have this and it is nice. Cold water is ok and refreshing.

u/Tag_You_Are-It · 4 pointsr/financialindependence

Get a bidet! I highly recommend one, makes everything sparkly clean, and helps toilet paper purchases go further.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bide...

u/iplaywithbugs · 4 pointsr/HaircareScience

If you think it might be your water, you can go here and request a hard water test strip. Many people in /r/skincareaddiction find that an in-shower filter really helps their skin and hair, like this one.

But the ingredients in your shampoo and conditioner look no bueno to me. In your shampoo there's a few silicones (which are probably causing build up) and some other questionable stuff. Casual internet browsing shows that the 1st ingredient in your conditioner is water, and the 2nd is behentrimonium chloride, which according to wikipedia is "is an irritating, toxic (to aquatic organisms), and slightly flammable yellow waxlike organic compound." I'm sure its not that bad (I'm not being sarcastic! It's probably not that bad), but there has to be better ingredients out there. Not to mention more dimethicone (6th ingredient), while the argon oil is #10, right after parfum. Awesome. So I'd switch that one out, too.

The silicones in both are probably building up in your hair making it what it is. Not all silicones are bad, but they need to be washed away now and again. I'd look in the side bar and what not to find a nice clarifying shampoo to wash out the build up, and get a good regular shampoo and conditioner.

u/Lychaeus · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

I just bought This last week, the wife likes it and our TP use has dropped significantly.

u/SomeThingsOdd · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Get one of these: Luxe Bidet

Best 40 bucks I have ever spent. I was having hemorrhoid problems off and on for months. Went to a proctologist, examined, given creams that did not work, and was told to consider surgery. I bought this and my hemorrhoids were gone in less than two weeks.

u/xantub · 4 pointsr/Futurology

This is the one I bought almost 6 years ago (still working like a champ), but I see many newer models in Amazon, if you search for 'luxe bidet'.

u/The_Punniest · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

A bidet? You can buy one here. I have one myself.

Think of it this way, if you got shit on any part of your body would you be comfortable with just wiping it off with paper? No? Then why do you do that on your ass?

u/Stroderod3 · 4 pointsr/LifeProTips

This is what I got from Amazon.

Not available now, but there are other options which I'm sure are just fine.

u/Sendbeer · 4 pointsr/MealPrepSunday

This is what I got. It's great and only took 15-20 minutes for me to install. I kind of wish I got one with warm water hookups (around $60) for the coming winter.

u/knowsitallandall · 4 pointsr/AskMen

Here's an example There's a nozzle inside that you can adjust back and forth for a higher/lower aim. There are dials on the side that control force and temperature. It's just a stream with a little force. It's very controlled. I've never had or have known of any incidents where it went or sent somewhere or something it shouldn't have.

u/vanzan · 4 pointsr/islam


Jazak Allah Khair for helping him out. No need to get angry. Remember that what you teach him will be written as a reward for you every time he does it. It's a great opportunity to gain a lot of rewards.

I am not sure about which you are talking.

If it's about Wudu, then explain to him that we are taught as Muslims to not waste water. And that getting water to where it should be is enough (i.e., in Wudu)

If it's cleaning up after visiting the bathroom then maybe you could consider [this] ( Or maybe swing by Home Depot and explain to them that you want to install a water spray bidet. It's very doable and here is a [video] (

Good luck and May Allah reward you.

u/Upvotes_poo_comments · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

You should tell your Father in Law about these;

These would help him to stay clean during the week and reduce irritation to his sensitive areas.

u/m006098s · 4 pointsr/unpopularopinion

You low brow non-bidet users. Let me ask you this. If I were to wipe shit on your forearm. Would you grab a dry paper towel to get it off and be satisfied or would you wet it a little bit to ensure you were clean? For the sake of humanity, I hope you agree that you would wet it. So, why is your asshole any different? You can buy this bidet for only $25. It has 6,600 reviews at 4.5 of 5 stars. Installs on your toilet in 10 minutes.

u/Atlasatlastatleast · 4 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/stickers-motivate-me · 4 pointsr/antiMLM

Just get a bidet attachment! Super cheap, no shower head unthreading needed. And you’ll always have a squeaky clean undercarriage!

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/Oakroscoe · 4 pointsr/howardstern

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/shred1 · 4 pointsr/videos

This is the one I bought.I call it my ass blastor.

u/MidwestJackalope · 3 pointsr/myog

This episode of the Survival Podcast will tell you more about home distillation than you'd hope to know. In my state Everclear is darn cheap and much more pure than what you can do at home. Then again, we're the DIY types, aren't we.

That said, hands down the easiest way to distill at home is with a counter-top electric still. I suppose you could hypothetically start with a cheap vodka and go from there, but nothing says you couldn't start from scratch with any scrap starch, sugar or corn and make a fuel mash in a 5 gallon bucket. Not economical, but certainly a useful skill.

EDIT: They mention it in the podcast, but I should add it's perfectly legal to make your own fuel at home. You can get a free permit from the treasury department. On the scale you're talking about, however, I don't think it would matter.

u/cbeater · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

been using this water distiller for 4 months.

Has good reviews, couple downsides (does not have power switch) but works great. Just get a power plug timer so that it does not evaporate all the water. The tap water that is left over is yellow.

u/curlyengineer · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

I've had this one for the last few months and it works well for my hair!

u/missjackelope · 3 pointsr/Bend

I'm on a well and my water has a bunch of iron so I installed one of these and have been quite pleased. Pretty cheap and replacements aren't difficult or crazy expensive.

u/Perfect_Booty · 3 pointsr/curlyhair
u/thebambiraptor · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Are you able to switch your shower head out? I have this one and it makes a world of difference!

u/Xabeth · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I've been looking at this one from amazon: It has great reviews and is much more reasonably priced.

u/CFroggenhall · 3 pointsr/BuyItForLife

Blogger/podcaster/bidet enthusiast Lex Friedman wrote about his favorite bidet here. He's partial to the Luxe Bidet MB110. I'm tempted to try one in my next home. I don't know how BIFL it is, but at this price it's worth a shot.

u/kojak488 · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

You can purchase what are basically bidet attachments for your toilet on Amazon for less than $40:

Warning: CAN BE SUPER COLD. So pucker up.

u/Exactly_what_I_think · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Shit, Shower, Shave.

It's in that order for a reason.

Add-on bidet and TP to dry if the schedule is off.

u/GoTeamJosh · 3 pointsr/Chattanooga

I bought a bidet attachment on Amazon a few years ago and it was actually pretty great. It was a pretty simple installation process and I believe the cost was $40 or less.

Edit: Found a link for you.

u/swim_faq · 3 pointsr/quittingkratom

I'm so glad to read this as I have had terrible diarrhea for the last 15 days after quitting CT. I was concerned that it was liver damage from kava I was taking to sooth PAWS anxiety. I think that the kava was making it worse, but the gut problems were probably mostly from the kratom withdrawal. Thanks for putting my mind at ease. I hope that your gut gets back to normal soon. If you have to have diarrhea, this is a lifesaver:

u/bearsnseals · 3 pointsr/Gifts

Not sure if there's a way you can gift him a gift certificate to a local gym for a day pass or spa that has a sauna? My dads side of the family was Finnish and whenever we'd go visit we'd always take saunas together as a family. Part of that tradition was reading the "Finnish sauna rules" which I think were half joking, half real. Anyway here's a sign that he could maybe hang in his bathroom? Not sure if it's framed, so could get it framed and shipped. Timing may be trickier though..

Okay and this is a really weird gift and a little personal, but again popular with my dad (man with the Finnish blood who's in his mid-60s) and pretty much my whole family has one now. An attachable bidet for an existing toilet. It could honestly make his quality of life a little better. Installation is pretty simple too.

Also you could get him an immersion blender. Easy way to purée soups, smoothies, etc. and they're generally only $30.

Then there's this that could play into his mad scientist side. Again another popular gift that my Dad was into.

Hope this helps and you all have a great Christmas. So nice to hear that you're taking care of your father and keep in touch with him. I'm sure it means a lot to him.

u/biff_tyfsok · 3 pointsr/AskReddit

This, right here - - $40, fits on any toilet, and will completely revolutionize that part of your life spent pooping.

u/famousmike444 · 3 pointsr/nyc

The answer is so simple, bidet attachment for toilet

The best $35 you can spend. Treat yo self!

u/asr · 3 pointsr/offbeat

There's a bunch more like that.

u/magister52 · 3 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Go with the bidet, it's only $25 and a 5 minute install. When you're done using it, you should only be using TP to dry yourself off.

Flushable wipes aren't actually flushable and end up causing problems for everyone.

u/yeepperg · 3 pointsr/WTF

Im going to change your life....get this. And never ever ever deal with itchy ass, dingleberries, etc., ever again.

u/SavinUrPics2Fap2L8er · 3 pointsr/pussy

This one is fairly cheap.

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/trousered_ape · 3 pointsr/history

Inexpensive version: Astor Bidet

u/KHthe8th · 3 pointsr/bodybuilding

Nope! This is the one I have at home and it works great.

u/Scheduled-Diarrhea · 3 pointsr/Syracuse

Try one? Nah. Tell her to fully commit and get one at for her own thrown. $20 on Amazon. Worth it.

u/Asshole_Ina_Tiny_Car · 3 pointsr/TooAfraidToAsk

I'm just going to leave this here

u/cynoclast · 3 pointsr/trashyboners


I have this one. Works fine. Don't worry about the cold water, it's not a big a deal as you're thinking.

Don't think about it, buy it.

u/knittedgalaxy · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/littlestray · 3 pointsr/askwomenadvice

Just be straightforward and honest after finding a calm, neutral time to bring it up.

I'm a big fan of coming pre-loaded with solutions whenever I confront a problem (at least to get the ball rolling), so maybe you could buy some flushable wipes (like baby wipes but not for babies) ahead of time and set them on the back of the toilet/otherwise nearby. Love those things.

Or try out a bidet toilet seat attachment...wistful sigh

u/FirstPlayer · 3 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse

I pretty much went to the Amazon top-rated ones in the category; I got this one first and it's great, then when we built another bathroom next to my bedroom I bought one of these because I was curious about the warm water (it's nice, but it was a bit more difficult to install and takes time to warm up anyway). Both of them were a lot cheaper when I bought them 3-4 years ago; it looks like the top-rated one right now is this; I can't personally speak about it but the ratings are good. :)

Also I forgot to mention in my first post: toilet paper lasts basically forever. Using four to six squares just to dry off it takes me over three months to use a single roll.

u/PowerMonkey500 · 3 pointsr/howto

I have hemorrhoids. These will save your damn life.

u/AlexWhite · 3 pointsr/news

Invest in a bidet attachment for the home commode and that number will decline sharply. Plus, it's much cleaner.

Easy to install and 27 bucks from Amazon -

u/umilnu · 3 pointsr/france

Oué c'est un truc comme ca.

u/Aleutika · 3 pointsr/todayilearned

Not OP, but I have this one and it's awesome!

u/mesophonie · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

Or you could get this amazing bidet! I actually bought this after another redditor posted it on a thread years back. Changed my life. Plus it's less than $30 and it was super easy for my husband to set up.

u/jjcrepeau · 3 pointsr/CasualConversation

Well, to be fair, you can get a simple bidet on Amazon for $25. In the long run, it'd end up costing less since its life span is certainly longer than toilet paper.

u/thyturnip · 3 pointsr/youtubehaiku

the nozzle isnt in the water, it connects to your water line not the bowl water. and every bidet ive used/ seen has the auto retracting nozzle so its never exposed unless its on. best 25 bucks you could ever spend right here

u/Jamska · 3 pointsr/AskMen
u/boobers3 · 3 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

> You can buy an attachment for a normal toilet?


They aren't motorized, they use the pressure from the water pipe to shoot the water at your poop hole. I have one similar to that and it works fine. The heated ones seem nicer, but cold water won't hurt you and it'll wake you up in the morning.

u/GitRightStik · 3 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

Shoutout for the toilet bidet kit. A stool makes you a prince, but a bidet makes you a king.

u/Fatal510 · 3 pointsr/CasualConversation

Nope American. A friend had brought it up that he got one recently and it was great so i decided to go for it. Got this one. They turned out to be cheaper than I thought they would be and it works great.

u/hardman52 · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Here you go. I've had two of these for three years now with no problems.

u/BrodoSwaggins_ · 3 pointsr/bodybuilding

Bidet user reporting in, clean and sparkling booty all year round.

I bought mine 3 years ago for $50, now they're half the price from the same company. Very reliable, just don't ever EVER go full pressure directly in to the tender pink donut.

u/ssbeluga · 3 pointsr/AskMen

There are 2 types of bidets. There’s what you described but there are also super cheap add ons you can get to an existing toilet. I spend around $30 on mine and it only took probably 20 minutes to install, with zero damage to the toilet, floor, wall anything. No additional plumbing needed either.

I think it was this one:

u/ratchet_ass_ho · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

Why not just get one now? Just attach this one to your toilet.

u/Vnslover · 3 pointsr/TalesFromTheFrontDesk

Hello, sorry to hijack your comment but I have a question for you as someone who works in a hotel if you don't mind. I will be staying in a hotel for 4 months (paid by my employer) while I finish the job training. I use a toilet bidet like This one in my house, and I honestly feel like I can't live without it. Would something like this be allowed in my hotel room? There is no plumbing that needs to be done, the bidet connects directly to the toilet pipe and it's very easy to install. Again sorry for the off topic question but I really don't know where to ask this.

u/SpaissOwl · 3 pointsr/HighQualityGifs

We've only been able to convert one person in our immediate circle of friends. And the guy's wife won't even use it. My mother screamed when she tried it at my house, which was at least entertaining... ;)

This is the one we have. Luxe Bidet Attachment on Amazon

u/FindYourFemaCamp · 3 pointsr/HighQualityGifs
u/veRGe1421 · 3 pointsr/bjj

Just a heads up, but you can get a $25-35 bidet attachment for any regular toilet. They work pretty well.

u/DetectiveWoofles · 3 pointsr/hockey

My buddy has this one and swears by it. He lives in the south, so the cold water isn't as big of a deal. I live in MN so the heated one is necessary.

u/SpezsWifesSon · 3 pointsr/steroids

This is the one I got.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

It works, but it hits my asshole at such force that the spray shoots out from my ass, under the seat, and down my legs. This is on the lowest pressure setting too.

u/kameron018 · 3 pointsr/AskMen

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

This is the one I have, can't go back.

u/Boomzy · 3 pointsr/AskMen

A bidet. I bought one after someone in a thread exactly like this suggested it, and it's as life-changing as they said it would be. (Don't forget to use Amazon smile if you buy it.....doctors without borders could use the help)

u/AlohaKim · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

We recently got this one and installation was simple. Since we've had it, I have thought "more women need these, especially postpartum and when menstruating." Useful for sure. And I say this as someone who was totally resistant to the idea.

u/roferg69 · 3 pointsr/offmychest

Rather than baby wipes, invest in a simple mechanical bidet. We've got this model and love it so much that we've given them as housewarming gifts and I've even installed them at my office so I don't have to poop like a savage during the workday...! Trust me - with the bidet, you're shower-fresh every single time, and you'll never want to go back to just toilet paper.

And you can help your husband get over the embarrassment with a little help from Parks & Rec...

u/waggycuts · 3 pointsr/meirl

Go buy a bidet. Seriously one of the best $35-$50 you can spend. After a month, I ended up buying one for each bathroom, my parent's house, and even a couple of friends.

Buy this valve too, it helps with the install.

u/2wheeldevildog · 3 pointsr/relationship_advice

Lux Bidet. $38 at Amazon
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/lion27 · 3 pointsr/nfl

My Shiny Hiney commercial... It saddens me that Bidets still aren't a thing in the U.S.

Seriously - go buy and install one. It will cost you $35 on Amazon. Your butt will thank you. You also will not use nearly as much toilet paper. The one I linked is the one I have in my apartment. It took 10 minutes to install. You'll recoup that $35 in savings on toilet paper.

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u/sudsomatic · 3 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

I swear every person in the US needs to get one. Totally changed the way I poop. I go through like one roll of toilet paper every month or two, I always feel refreshed, and I never get swamp ass. Buy this thing RIGHT NOW. It installs in less than 5 minutes.

u/caustickitten · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

I bought this one

u/markevens · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

Not only will your ass be squeeky clean, but your tp bill will pay for the bidet in a month or two.

Plus it feels kinda good.

u/thbt101 · 3 pointsr/videos

Yeah, Toto Washlets are the shit. But if you don't want to spend that much money, for like $40 you can get a very effective alternative.

It'll change your life. Highly recommended for anyone with an asshole.

u/heronmarkedblade1984 · 3 pointsr/AskMen


But when we replace this toilet were getting a true bidet toilet.

u/Landotavius · 3 pointsr/SeattleWA

Since colorectal cancer is on the rise, and earlier in today's sub someone mentioned bidet attachments for their toilet -- I think we should take a moment to appreciate this review of the top selling bidet attachment on Amazon:

>Speaking as a hirsute gentleman, the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 has soured me on pooping in bidet-less toilets forever. It's shown me the difference between rubbing peanut butter out of shag carpeting with a paper towel, and that sparkling clean feeling you get right when you step out of the shower.

>The unit took me all of about 10 minutes to install on my existing toilet with only a wrench. The easy-to-control flow valve allows you to provide just the right amount of water pressure for a full range of cleaning, from "gentle trickling stream" to "full-on 'Silkwood' decontamination", ensuring the end of your bowel movement leaves you feeling cleaner and more refreshed than using just toilet paper alone. Even flush-able wet wipes pale in comparison.

I hope to report back on the state of my rectal health shortly after a few weeks of use. Hemorrhoids be damned!

u/duckstewie · 3 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I have this one...
It's only $40. There really is no excuse for smearing feces all over your anus.

u/ElvisIsATimeLord · 3 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

A bidet will change your life.

u/PUBGGG · 3 pointsr/TooAfraidToAsk

get a bidet. will change your life. Used to take me maybe 25 wipes (and I would always put water on my toilet paper to clean better). Now it takes me about 6-7. Imagine getting shit on your arm, would you simply wipe it with tp 25 times and call it good? No, you would rinse that shit off first with water, wipe some more. So why is your ass any different? It isn't. Get a bidet. You will use less TP and thus have a less chafed asshole, no more itchy asshole if you ever had that issue.

u/Xenomac · 3 pointsr/Frugal

Here is the item that I bought. It's REALLY simple to install and it should take no longer than 5-10 minutes.

What does it do? Pretty much when you are done pooping it shoots water on your asshole completely cleaning your asshole out. And when I mean on your asshole I MEAN RIGHT THERE, ON YOUR ASSHOLE. Note: If you have hemorrhoids it's best to get that fixed first before using the bidet.

How does it do it? (I'm bad at explaining things.) There's a diverter tube that get connected to the tube that flows into your toilet, that attaches to the bidet. It uses water pressure from your house and jets the water onto your backside. You may have to move your butt around to make sure the water gets your whole butthole. Then you get up and wipe your butt with toilet paper. There should be no poop, only water on the toilet paper. It's 95% one wipe day, EVERYDAY!

Put it like this: Imagine if you got poop on you arm right now. How would you clean it up? Would you be happy with using a paper towel and leaving it as in? No, you probably would run water on your arm first then wipe it off with the towel. What you are pretty much doing right now on your backside is being happy/content with using just the toilet paper to clean your backside and being happy. That's just gross. That $55 that I spent on my bidet has LITERALLY paid for itself in less than a week. The feeling of actually being clean back there feels amazing. (Note: I do NOT work for LUXE bidet or know anyone that does nor am I an investor.) Buy it, try it, and you'll be thanking me later. Unless you have hemorrhoids.

u/kappakingtut · 3 pointsr/ibs

Fyi: you can buy a bidet attachment that fits on to any toilet. I bought this a few months ago and love it

u/k5josh · 3 pointsr/TheMotte

Thirding the bidet, and I'll recommend this one in particular.

I'll also suggest one of the various pseudo-squatting stools, such as the squatty potty.

u/tacotruck7 · 3 pointsr/spicy

How about one of these

u/LAsportsPSYCHO · 3 pointsr/reactiongifs

Changed my life and get one of these too.

u/tint_shady · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

This is the RO system I bought for my shop, the water there is awful, this thing works great, I've had it installed for over a year now. I can't recommend a water softener, I still have my Culligan, I'm not replacing it until it quits.

u/jonoslicer · 3 pointsr/NewOrleans

APEC Top Tier 5-Stage Ultra Safe Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System (ESSENCE ROES-50)

u/JClocale · 3 pointsr/AskNYC

Brita filters only claim to remove "chlorine taste and odor, copper, mercury and cadmium". None of those are really a concern unless your building has ancient pipes, and personally I've never detected a chlorine taste or odor.

In fact, if you don't change your brita filters regularly, they can harbor bacteria which can actually make your water less safe.

If you really want to purify the shit out of your drinking water, you need a multi-stage reverse osmosis filtration system.

u/thepersonwiththeface · 3 pointsr/EatCheapAndHealthy

You can get reverse osmosis water filter systems that you install under your sink for around $200. A bit of an investment, but we installed one about half a year ago and it's been great. You get super pure water from a system like this.

u/copacetic1515 · 3 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Do you have one of these? People keep recommending them on here and I think I'm going to get one. I hate to admit it, but I tend to have an issue with diaper rash. (Thanks, hemorrhoids!)

If you're having wet gas and worried about smells, it may help you feel cleaner and more confident.

u/whoop_di_dooooo · 3 pointsr/sex

Now 35. You know how Amazon prices can vary from month to month. Here's the model I have and it is great!
Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self...

u/SadConfiguration · 3 pointsr/unpopularopinion

You can buy bidets online that install on your toilet in about ten minutes.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (white and white)

u/pineapplepizzalife · 3 pointsr/AskWomen

Here it is! Really affordable and easy to install.

u/PM_A_Personal_Story · 3 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

>hugs you are too kind! I tried googling bidets before but I don't understand. You sit down on a bowl of water and run your hands over yourself?

It's an attachment you put between the toilet seat and bowl. It shoots a jet of water to you underside and rinses, like a faucet for your bum.

u/Geshman · 3 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

If you want to wash your lady parts, one like this would be easier to use, though if you already purchased one it might not really be worth it.

u/ladeeedada · 3 pointsr/AskMen
u/Rishodi · 3 pointsr/pics

Get one of these. Use more water, less TP. Feel cleaner.

u/TriangleMan · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

We just got this one, and we absolutely love it. However, as the other poster said, y ou should get what's in your budget.

u/SmallLady · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps


They have these things everywhere in Japan, and after we got home from our honeymoon, I had to have one.

They are kinda pricey, but if you look around, I got mine from costco for less than $300 canadian.

You will have the cleanest and happiest asshole I promise you, and when you wipe, everything comes away clean!

It will also be great for after birth, because you can use the wash function to spray water while you pee hot lava fire.

u/browster · 3 pointsr/DoesAnybodyElse
u/LosingMyTits · 3 pointsr/Unexpected
u/shadus · 3 pointsr/japan (If you don't have kids and aren't prone to losing remotes.) (If you DO have kids or are prone to losing remotes.)

There's also non-electrical versions that operate only on water pressure, but of course you lose seat heating, etc.

Lots of options to choose from.

\> Tools & Home Improvement \> Kitchen & Bath Fixtures \> Bathroom Fixtures \> Bidet & Bidet Parts \> Bidet Seats

To review the options :)

Edit: If you're looking for the OP's exact model it appears to be an Inax Clessence Elongated Electronic Toilet Seat with Side Controls (White Color), not a cheapy.

u/map2510 · 3 pointsr/ZeroWaste

Yes! These are very easy to put on and removed.

I linked the one I have in the comments earlier, but I forgot about this one my friend purchased which is exactly the same as the one I use but with a different brand name and half the price. Works wonderful.

My main recommendation when looking for one is making sure there is a knob to adjust the pressure (basically all of them have this it is how you turn them on) and a little switch or knob to adjust the water angle.

u/sonipoop · 3 pointsr/trashy

Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment

It attaches to your toilet. You need a flexible hose, though, not a straight one. It will make your seat uneven if you don't buy spacers to lift the front of the seat up, but honestly I don't have the spacers and it doesn't bother me at all to have a slightly slanted seat.

u/wittyrandomusername · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I bought this one

I went cheap because I didn't think I'd use it long term. It's been almost a year and I'm still using it. It works great, and I love the adjustable nozzle. Cleaning it is not too difficult either. The only thing I will say is you should get new bumpers for the toilet seat also, since after installing it, the back of the toilet seat will sit up a little higher. These are the ones I bought Instead of relying on the adhesive, I actually screwed them into the toilet seat with small stainless steel screws and covered the screw heads with a little caulk.

u/Slugged · 3 pointsr/philadelphia

This confuses me. Do you just squat over the bowl and hose off your ass? It seems like shitty water would go everywhere. I've considered those ones that kinda snaps onto the rim of the bowl like this, but I can never bring myself to actually buy one because they seem cheap.

u/squidred · 3 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

My girlfriend got us a TubShroom because I'm the same way about hair. It works surprisingly well, and cleaning it is just a quick swipe with a wad of toilet paper.

u/GeneralJohnStark · 3 pointsr/todayilearned

This works better than the ones that sit on top of the drain hole:

But she should empty it after each shower.

u/beugeu_bengras · 3 pointsr/Quebec

Ya, pas le choix.

Le meilleur que j'ai vu c'est un genre de champignon en silicone, TubShroom TSWHT454 The Revolutionary Tub Drain Protector Hair Catcher/Strainer/Snare, White

Le prix fait peur, mais ça dur longtemps. Les autres ont tendance à se boucher eux même après une journée, pas celui là.

u/Sibraxlis · 3 pointsr/LifeProTips

My mom's hair is about down to her waist and she's like 5'2", and the tubshroom takes care of hers.

Some other places have them for 10 dollars, but amazon is the official online seller iirc.

u/dac0502 · 3 pointsr/funny

I feel your pain. I want to share something with you though...... take a look at this, TubShroom The Revolutionary Tub Drain Protector Hair Catcher/Strainer/Snare, White I purchased this on a whim thinking "ok, how much hair will it really catch?" I will tell you it is still nasty cleaning all of my wife's hair but this thing makes it so much easier and it does catch all the hair. I was to the point that I was about ready to start spraying her down with the hose outside instead of letting her into either one of our showers. This thing really helps and has allowed my wife to be able to shower in doors. Check it out.

u/Grumplogic · 3 pointsr/starterpacks

Yah op take the initiative and buy a few yourself:

u/TalkingReckless · 3 pointsr/videos

size of your bathroom shouldn't matter.

I am talking about the bidet sprayer like this [Sprayer]( ie=UTF8&adId=A08314182SUKXASDE6W4B&url=%2FJoyway-Sprayer-Set-Handheld-Kit-Bathroom-Cleaning%2Fdp%2FB0716PFM1W%2Fref%3Dsr_1_2_sspa%3Fkeywords%3Dbidet%26qid%3D1558471146%26s%3Dgateway%26sr%3D8-2-spons%26psc%3D1&qualifier=1558471146&id=134312742605033&widgetName=sp_atf)

or this

u/JubBieJub · 3 pointsr/LivestreamFail

I'm American but after using a bidet for a significant amount of time I get skeeved out anytime I watch something like this or listen to anybody talk about just using toilet paper. It just disgusts me.

Previous to owning one, I would always read comments on reddit of people saying "BUY A BIDET", and I would not have guessed i'd be one, but





I'll even link one and make it easy on you

Seriously, just click on that and buy it right now I don't give a fuck what you have to say. Just purchase that item and literally CHANGE YOUR LIFE you monkey. BUY IT NOW

u/swimmer23 · 3 pointsr/reactiongifs

Bidet attachments are your friend.

u/snarfdarb · 3 pointsr/Advice

I have extensive experience with this!!

First and foremost, get her a bidet that attaches to the toilet. It will make post-pee/poo so much more manageable. Make sure to get one that is easy to operate and where she can turn the knob easily. Amazon has tons to choose from. Edit: This is the one I have experience with. Worked wonderfully and was easy to install.

Other helpful products:

-A loofah that suctions to the shower wall. Several at varying heights is even better. Also a loofah on a long handle for when she has more mobility.

-Shower protectors for her casts/bandages

-Finger foods she doesn't need utensils to use for when she gains some mobility back. Cut veggies, berries, and crackers are a good start.

-Pull-on pants without buttons. Don't have to be sweatpants, necessary. Again, you can find tons on Amazon.

-Slip-on shoes

Good luck to your mom!! If I think of anything else I'll let you know. :)

u/OverallPython · 3 pointsr/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu

Just installed this bad boy today. Super easy, took about 20 minutes.

I had pretty much the same reaction, with one minor difference. I had a brief, high-pitched scream at the beginning (described by my neighbor as "hyena-like"). That was followed by a mad scramble for the spray control knob, then another few seconds of unsticking my now wet shirt from my back while I repositioned for round 2. From that point on, though... exactly like yours.

Pro tip: it doesn't matter how tough you think you are, do not start off on the highest setting. You need to work your way up to that shit.

u/Marstead · 3 pointsr/assholedesign

You can buy a 24.99 bidet attachment on Amazon that goes under the seat, easy to install uninstall and move even when renting. I've brought one of these with me to a hotel before--5 min install coming in, uninstall on the way out.

u/Close_Your_Eyes · 3 pointsr/funny
u/shortyjacobs · 3 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Get a real hardness test first. Money well spent.

Hach 145300 Total Hardness Test Kit, Model 5-B

Then get a water softener. Put it after your filters. They are easy to install if you have done any plumbing work. I got this one, it’s great (edit: size your water softener based on your hardness test! I had 19 grains hardness. You want to run a week between regen, give or take, with a 20% buffer. 19 grains x 4 people x 75 gallons per day x 7 days x 1.20 buffer is 47,880. I got a 48,000 grain softener):

Metered water softener with 3/4" Fleck 5600SXT control, 48,000 grain capacity with by-pass valve

My water was quite hard, around 19 grains. The softener fixed that, but made it taste like mud.

So I got an RO system and plumbed it to my fridge only. That was easy too. Took me a couple hours total.

I got this one:

iSpring RCC7 High Capacity Under Sink 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filtration System and Ultimate Water Softener- WQA Gold Seal Certified

It’s been a trouble free year now with great tasting water. The showers are a bit slipprier, yes, but my kids are less itchy, and gross shit doesn’t grow over every water source in my house any more. Worth it.

u/FREE_KEVIN_ · 3 pointsr/regina

Those things are such shit. Talk to the city. They will credit your water bill for under the counter filters. See if they will go for a $270 RO system. Then get this. Pretty easy to install yourself.

Or, hell, if they will pay just have someone come install it.

u/OVERGROUND7 · 3 pointsr/TrueReddit

This one has been working well for me:

The filter sizes are standard (and inexpensive) too so you can try out different ones depending on if your local water management adds chloramines or regular chlorine to the tap water. Buy a TDS meter too so you know when to change the filters.

u/skizethelimit · 3 pointsr/badroommates

Or one of theseif you don't like being a plumber... they make different types for different drains.

u/fiveminutedelay · 3 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

try to keep as much of it as you can from going down, but for the ones that got away, try one of these

u/Elendira · 3 pointsr/DesignPorn

Get a shower head extender. Helps with the height, you won't lose any pressure, and it makes it easier to rinse out the tub after cleaning. I recommend this cheapo Delta; it's been good to me for years now.

u/Varathane · 3 pointsr/cfs

My shower tips (mostly include ways to avoid showering)

  1. Use a portable bidet- you can fill it with warm water and soap and spray yourself over the toilet. Saves on toilet paper (you can still use some to dry off) , leaves you feeling fresh.

  2. Scrub at the sink with a facecloth and soap. Sit on the floor or toilet if you like, and scrub yourself with the soapy facecloth. Then with a non-soapy one. Dry off.

  3. Cut your hair short, or give yourself an undercut, or both. Then wash your hair at the sink. Dries quick!

  4. In the shower- sit down. I sit on the floor of the shower, you could also get a shower stool. Don't use hot water if you are heat intolerant (or blast yourself with some cooler water every so often) Bring a cup of cool water with you to drink.

  5. Have a floor towel. I lay one on the floor before I get in. When I get out I just lay on the towel and pull another one over top of me. I can rest there until I can move properly.
u/leadbread · 3 pointsr/college

I don't live in a dorm, but I use this when traveling

u/iheartbrainz · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

I bought one of these portable bidets for post pregnancy, but now that toilet paper usage is getting ridiculous, maybe I should just keep a little towel by the toilet and use this instead of toilet paper!

u/therealatri · 3 pointsr/funny

I do the bidet too. Grabbed one of these that i keep in my backpack for work poops. No ragrets.

u/chirisu · 3 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

Here's the one I got:

I've been using it for less than a week, so I haven't made a final decision on how I'd rate it. So far it gets the job done, though.

u/CarlaWasThePromQueen · 3 pointsr/keto

Portable bidet.

This one

And This one

The first one I find has a bit more pressure, but both get the job done. The first one is more portable obviously. All I have to do is get my hands on a 20oz bottle. I've literally cleaned my bum with straight Dasani water (cause we all know it's not worth drinking).

u/ryan770 · 3 pointsr/TheMonkeysPaw

I bought a $25 bidet attachment on Amazon and it works wonderfully. Stings my butthole a little if I turn the pressure too high, but I can't imagine a working bidet being any cheaper.

Edit: it was this one if anyone cares.

u/mudsneaker · 3 pointsr/casualiama

I got this one, it changed my life. Got one for Mom, she loved it and had me get one for all her sisters.

u/kman36 · 3 pointsr/funny

This is the one I have. I only turn it up a little past the second dot or so on the power setting because it doesn't have a lot of restriction in the valve

u/lylek · 3 pointsr/youtubehaiku
u/Pug_Grandma · 3 pointsr/todayilearned

You can buy the fancy toto toilet seats off Amazon .

But these much cheaper attachments are easy to install and work really well.

u/WaZoomBah · 3 pointsr/UNCCharlotte

Haven't bought yet but that seems to be the best rated and most popular on Amazon. In the end they're all designed to shoot water at your ass so the only really difference in most is the dial lol.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/Bret_Bretterson · 3 pointsr/funny

I have this one and don't know how I lived without it.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/greykitty55 · 3 pointsr/Healthyhooha

Less than $40 right now. Get it, you’ll love it! But, go very light on the pressure...i can’t imagine why anyone or how anyone would use the #10 setting, lol.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/katekim717 · 3 pointsr/BabyBumps

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/AbsolutelyPink · 3 pointsr/breakingmom

Yes! This is the dual nozzle for feminine cleaning and rear. If you only need rear, get the single nozzle model

u/no_talent_ass_clown · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

Tell it like it is, sister!

I got a $27 bidet attachment from Amazon, hooked it up in about 20 minutes with a pair of pliers. Now I never get that "not so fresh feeling". Also good with the poops.

u/laebshade · 2 pointsr/ibs
u/Landscapeplease · 2 pointsr/StraightPegging

Make some time for yourself. Plenty of time. Get a bottle of lube and a smaller size dildo. (Not a hard vibrator) cover your bed with towels. Slowly start to play with yourself. Find what feels good. Keep a slow pace. Remember that your exploring. After sometime, your going to feel a warm comfort come over you. Your going to want to speed up. Go into the shower and continue picking up the pace. It might get messy. (I suggest buying bidet)you can use it before, during and after. You will feel an orgasm build. It will be like no other. Don't force it. If you get there, congratulations. If you don't, try again in a couple of days. Once you get more comfortable with your body, start involving your wife again.

u/nofate301 · 2 pointsr/news

Easy to install too. Took me all of 20 minutes? Maybe 30 minutes. Needed an adjustable wrench and that's about it.

u/the_last_hairbender · 2 pointsr/CampingandHiking

Of course! Right now /u/fillup420 and I have the Astor Bidet, it was $25 on Amazon and it is seriously amazing.

Stay away from the high-pressure setting though. We use that to clean our mirror on the other side of the room.

u/Ravenne14 · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals


When it's off, it's off completely. No dripping. I advise not doing what I did when we first got it, which is turning it on without actually being seated on the toilet. The spray is forceful enough to hit the wall across from the toilet. Shocked the snot out of me, because I was expecting a gentle water fountain-esque thing like is in the packaging's photo. Nope.

u/hack-the-gibson · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

This is a really interesting idea. It would probably also make the tap water more palatable too. I'm not sure why I didn't think of this myself. Thanks. I'm currently looking at getting this one. I don't suppose you own one yourself? If so, what are your experiences?

u/TheEnginerd · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

5 stage RO system for $350? More than twice the price of well-reviewed systems on Amazon.

u/laharre · 2 pointsr/Homebrewing

This is the one I've been eyeing. It's not the cheapest, but it has good reviews and should give a very clean product. iSpring RCC7 - Most Popular, Built in USA, WQA Gold Seal Certified, Top Notch 5 Stage 75 GPD Reverse Osmosis Water Filter w/ Transparent 1st Stage & Designer Faucet

u/WillGrowNE · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

I use this one. Keeps me under 10ppm and super easy to install.

u/carnevoodoo · 2 pointsr/homeowners

I have this one:

This is a kitchen sink model. It has a spout that comes up and I also attached it to the refrigerator, so our ice maker and door water use it. I don't care about the rest of the house having hard water. I grew up in this region, and it has always been the case. I think for whole house purposes, you'll probably want something more robust than that 20 dollar filter, but it all depends on what you want to get out of it.

So I guess the question is, what do you want out of it?

u/Loganshaw9 · 2 pointsr/Coffee

RO water filters have gotten pretty cheap recently for the home about 200$ can get you one. i bought this one for mine and i love it.

u/shualam · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

Is this worth it? iSpring RCC7 WQA Gold Seal Certified 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System - 75 GPD

u/abhikavi · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I have the iSpring under-sink version. I bought it because it was the cheapest one on Amazon at the time. It's been three years; it's been reliable and filters are cheap. Printed instructions were crap, but they have a video on youtube that made installation doable.

u/Spazmodo · 2 pointsr/microgrowery

I think it's the only way. I read somewhere that other water filters like brita etc that use a carbon filter actually increase the PPM because they use activated carbon. I don't know if that's accurate as I didn't fact check it but...

If you're curious this is the system I got. It will dispense about 2 1/2 gallons of filtered water until the tank is empty and then an hour later it will again. That's enough for me to change out my solution, and then I just top it off.

u/k_rol · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Why is a system like this at $200 not working for you? It seems to be praised in this very post.

u/strongcoffee · 2 pointsr/SavageGarden

I got a slightly fancier version. It's totally worth it for me since my tap water tastes terrible.

Sorry for mobile link. I highly recommend RO systems for serious growers. (Or in my case, serious beer brewers)

u/Scott-B · 2 pointsr/WTF
u/MCubb · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Ooo kk. Thought we weren't doin links cause the mods have to approve each post or something. Not to worry here it is!

Hair Catcher


u/expibotou · 2 pointsr/dogs

We have something like this, which works nicely, and bottles of the eco-friendly drain cleaner. We also rent, in a rather old German place where harsh drain cleaners are forbidden, and that seems to keep things clear.

Regarding drying, in the summer I just towel her off and she then goes along her merry way, and in the cooler months I use a normal blow dryer. None of my previous dogs have liked being blow dried, but this one gets offended when I stop. It's very sweet. Then I brush her until she gets bored of it. The only special thing I do is an allergy treatment that her vet prescribes.

I hear you on colour schemes. I almost always have black dogs and gave up on wearing much colour years ago, however I once had a black and white cat. We had dark floorboards back then, and I never noticed black hairs around the place, but I didn't need to because everything I owned was then covered in white hair.

u/ayuxx · 2 pointsr/FierceFlow

Get a catcher thing to put over the drain to catch hair, and clean it out after your shower.

u/TAreid · 2 pointsr/pics
u/GODZiGGA · 2 pointsr/HydroHomies

Yep. The reverse osmosis process is non-selective in what it filters from the water. It will remove the "bad" things from water like heavy metals, chemicals, etc. but it will also remove the "good" things from water like calcium, magnesium, etc. In my system, right before coming out of the tap, the water is run though a "pH filter" that raises the pH of the water above 7.0 (RO water can be slightly acidic) and adds calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, etc. back into the water which will improve the taste. While it is technically possible for plain reverse osmosis water to leech minerals out of your system, that isn't really a concern unless you are already super deficient in those minerals to begin with as you likely get more than enough of each of those minerals that the amount lost due the water leeching them from your body during the short time it is in there is negligible. So I don't buy into the idea that the remineralization of RO water has any great health benefits, I just enjoy the taste of water that is slightly less acidic and has slightly more mineral content. The difference in taste to me is noticeable enough that I can tell when it is time to change the "pH filter" in my system.

So my system is:

Stage 1: Sediment filter - Removes larger particles like dirt, sand, rust, etc. that may have been brought in through the water pipes or sucked up from your well)

Stage 2: Granulated Active Carbon filter - Removes cloudiness as well as organic compounds/chemicals that add a bad smell/taste to the water like hydrogen sulfide (rotten eggs smell) or chlorine.

Stage 3: CTO Carbon Block filter - A enhanced version of the Stage 2 filter. It further reduces cloudiness and organic compounds/chemicals.

Stage 4: Reverse Osmosis Membrane - Removes any particle large than 0.1 nm.

Stage 5: Post Carbon filter - Similar stages 2/3 to remove taste/odors.

Stage 6: pH filter - Contains calcium carbonate, magnesium oxide, and mineral stone media to correct pH and add some minerals back to the water for improved taste.

There is also an optional 7th stage available that contains a UV lamp filter to kill any microorganisms in the water if you live somewhere or get your water from a source that has a high likelihood of having microorganisms (like if you got your water directly from a lake or stream) but I don't need anything like that and a decent portion of my system is probably already overkill since I have city tap water but my wife was super concerned about lead in the water for our kids in the aftermath of the Flint shit show, but her paranoia lead us to have amazing tasting drinking water!

u/CandyCheetoSteamboat · 2 pointsr/Documentaries

Sure. Looking back at my order it is actually a 6 stage kit.

They do make simpler (cheaper) kits as well. This is just the one I settled on.

PS: I'm not associated with this seller or product. This is just what I bought based on reviews and cost of maintenance items (new filters) and have been happy with it.

u/the262 · 2 pointsr/espresso

I use a iSpring RCC7AK. You can find it on Amazon for about $200:

It takes my ~600 TDP softened well water down to 100 TDP and tastes great. I have it direct plumed to my ECM machine and it provides a steady 2 bars of pressure.

u/humanasfck · 2 pointsr/fasting

>Do you guys think i got dehydrated due to not taking elektrolytes?

This could be part of it, though I believe it may also be that you're drinking tap water.

I suggest you consider upgrading your water source. The chemicals in tap water are great for treating and recycling it, but they disrupt the body's natural function. I believe the main detriment comes from fluoride, which disrupts the brain's iodine receptors, and shifts our hormonal balances out of 'normal' (link) as well as puts additional stress on the kidneys (link).


" The regulations for the content of fluoride in food, drinking water and personal care products should be reviewed in order to reduce fluorite in the pineal gland that directly affects mental health, hormonal and antioxidant systems. " (link)

My water choices have been alkalized RO water or distilled.

Anecdotally, if I drink tap water I feel insatiable - like I will drink a pint and instantly still feel thirsty and want to drink another. If I drink pure water (such as either of the above options), I feel very satisfied and remain hydrated.

>Whats your opinion on fasting with a cold?

I find when I fast and have a runny nose, the symptoms will be more intense, though it seems to pass/heal much faster as well.

u/Zermus · 2 pointsr/plano

I bought mine off Amazon and installed it myself watching Youtube videos.

You can certainly take them with you when you move. As far as what your complex allows, I'm not sure on that one since I live in a house. You can get reverse osmosis water from grocery stores too, though. Just buy a 5 gallon jug and water cooler, they have those on amazon or at walmart, and you can fill them up at the grocery store for like a dollar.

u/Yakapo88 · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

iSpring RCC7AK 6-Stage Superb Taste High Capacity Under Sink Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System with Alkaline Remineralization - Natural pH

That one adds minerals to the water. you can get a 5 stage for less money if you don’t want the added minerals.

If you have a granite counter top, you need a special bit to drill through it.

u/albatrossssss · 2 pointsr/Coffee

My wife and I cruise quite often, and I couldn't figure out why the coffee always tasted bad. I even started bringing Starbucks via packets, which I know aren't the best but are pretty good for instant coffee. The thing is they even tasted bad. So one day I decided to get hot water from the café they have on board, and the coffee was night and day better. Ended up with the difference was that the café had extra filtration to remove chlorine from the water.

So to get to the point, I have KC/Independence water which is rated one of the best in the nation, but I started using a water filtration System, now it's very difficult to go back to normal tapwater. I never thought my home brew coffee tasted bad, but now I never go back.

Here's the system that I use, it may be a little bit overkill but we now use it for any cooking or drinking water.

iSpring RCC7AK 6-Stage Residential Under-Sink Reverse Osmosis Water Filter System w/ Alkaline Remineralization - WQA Gold Seal Certified, 75 GPD

u/drawkin · 2 pointsr/vegas

I hear you, I do still add some flavor to my water (lemons, mio, or even fruit flavored green or black tea bags).

I'm not sure how the costco R/O system and this Amazon one compare, but I did some research a while back & if I ever did get an R/O unit, this is the one I would get. (Based on reviews on how the water tastes like bottled water)

u/Logvin · 2 pointsr/phoenix

I've never owned a water softener, but you can easily install an undersink RO system and connect it to your sink/fridge for $150-$200. Costco always sells one in this range, or you can buy one from Amazon.

I bought that a few months back, works great. The sediment filter is clear, and its creepy seeing the crap slowly collect at the bottom of it that came in my drinking water if I had no had this in place..

u/Meltz014 · 2 pointsr/daddit

We use one of these and one of these

u/Blu64 · 2 pointsr/funny

I'm 6'4" and I use This to solve the problem. No more bending over in the shower. Unless you want to :)

u/Fig_tree · 2 pointsr/funny

Same problem here, I got a shower head extension, $20, does the job beautifully!

u/meeksipoo · 2 pointsr/CrappyDesign

Get a shower extension! I’m 6’4” and this changed my life Delta Faucet UA902-PK 10-inch Adjustable Shower Arm, Chrome

u/scaredofme · 2 pointsr/DiWHY

Try one of these extenders. They take only a few minutes to install and you'll never have this problem again.

u/livingcode · 2 pointsr/tall
u/Ganglio_Side · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

About $45 at a Lowes nearby my house.

At Amazon for $18 plus shipping.

u/EduardH · 2 pointsr/tall

A few months ago someone else on r/tall linked to this one and I got it. $17 and worth every penny!

u/lilmackie · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

Amazon is a great place to check! I picked up this one and I've been using it for years now. It goes on all my travels. It's not necessarily compact but for the sake of feeling happy, healthy and clean, I'll take it!

u/pienoceros · 2 pointsr/TwoXChromosomes

I replied to another poster as well.

It's this one.

It's tough to clean. I have a really skinny bottle brush that I double over. Otherwise I love it, especially when I'm travelling.

u/purplebawl · 2 pointsr/TheGirlSurvivalGuide

This one

u/Rohantlp · 2 pointsr/india

Get this

u/Phoenix340409 · 2 pointsr/Brampton

Bought this and no longer travel without it Brondell GS-70 GoSpa Travel Bidet

u/cwcoleman · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

True. A non-ultralight luxury is the Brondell Travel Bidet

u/ocdthrowaway00 · 2 pointsr/OCD

I use this bidet at home and love it.

For public bathrooms, you can get a travel bidet, like this one.

I usually just use some toilet paper that I've dipped into the toilet (after flushing of course!), and alternate between wet and dry wipes until it's clean.

u/alky-holic · 2 pointsr/Philippines

I bought this from Amazon:

Brondell GS-70 GoSpa Travel Bidet

Now I never have to worry about bidet-less bathrooms anymore. I've used it in airplanes, malls and even hotels that don't have bidets. Capacity is a little lacking (only 500 ml) but you can always bring with you a 1L bottle of mineral water for stall refilling or just walk over to the sink with your pants down for refilling (not recommended).

Also, bring tissue. Wet wipes clog toilets if you decide to flush them down.

You're welcome.

u/MableXeno · 2 pointsr/menstrualcups

I use the specific 'feminine' wipes that you find in the drugstore.

If you are going to use a water bottle - just buy a peri-bottle or a personal that you can have a little more control of the water.

u/saiikka · 2 pointsr/soccer

If you're ever in the need of a bidet, go on amazon and search up a portable bidet. I got one when i moved to North America!


u/ben_chowd · 2 pointsr/nyc
u/Bingbu · 2 pointsr/Ultralight

Sure! So this is a bidet:

What you do is instead of using toilet paper, you squirt your butt with water by squeezing the bidet bottle. This eliminates the need for TP as it'll clean just as effectively.

u/Hulkcaesarsavage · 2 pointsr/vancouver

I bought this one off amazon, but never opened or installed it and lost interest. I'll sell it to you if you want it.

u/SentientToiletPaper · 2 pointsr/americandad

The attachable bidet. Here's the one I bought from Amazon. They have other models, but this is their basic model that's perfect for most anyone.

Their other models have things like a second tube for a different angle, designed for vaginal cleaning.

u/Cyndragosa · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

On amazon you can buy fantastic ones that attach onto your toilet! I have one and I love it.

Not mine but similar!!! Really easy to install.

u/AnotherLameHaiku · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/erinunderscore · 2 pointsr/Reduction

I'm two weeks post-op.

People here all have fantastic suggestions so far!
I used:

  1. Fruit of the Loom bras from Wal-Mart, look like this. They were cheaper at the store vs. Amazon. I specifically like this bra because it's shaped like a tank top -- not a racerback, which means I can wear more clothes with it without straps showing.
  2. Curad Non-Stick pads that look like this. That's what my doctor shoved in my post-op bra, so I just got more of them. Now I don't need them anymore. I didn't even finish the one box of 12.
  3. Husband installed this bidet for me. The dignity of cleaning my own butt after such a challenging surgery was nice.
  4. Someone else said heating pad -- yep.
  5. Consider pre-making some food -- something really healthy and easy to eat. I made a diet soup that is meant for a cleanse because it had a ton of fiber (cabbage, lots of other veg) and was easy to heat a little at a time. I can provide the recipe link if you want it. I also took psyllium fiber tablets every day and drank dark coffee each morning, while drinking as much water as I could. And I lost some extra weight with the soup, too. For breakfast, I only ate oatmeal with cinnamon and bananas since that's so easy to digest. I had no problems, uh, getting the job done with all that fiber.
  6. We installed a handheld shower head. I had my husband around to help me bathe, and it made things easier for both of us. I sat in a shallow bath and he helped me clean with the shower head. In the shallow bath, I used some scented epsom salts to help me relax. The first couple of baths were uncomfortable and awkward and it helped.
  7. Tylenol. I weaned myself off the drugs after 3-4 days. In the morning, I took half the dose of Tylenol (which is every 3 hours vs. 6) to see how my pain was, then I'd either take another one on time, wait a while, or take half a pain pill. I did this until I was using only Tylenol and eventually nothing or only one dose a day of it.
u/rtbear · 2 pointsr/CFB

Bidet attachment. Life changer.

u/BlueGummiBear · 2 pointsr/ProductPorn

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/willhaney · 2 pointsr/AskMen
u/insatiableevil · 2 pointsr/funny

35 bucks on amazon! Installed on all the toilets. First thing I had ordered even we moved in to the new house. amazon bidet for 35

u/Dirthouse4lyf · 2 pointsr/bidets

It's this one here. I live in New Zealand so I had to replace the T with a 1/2 inch one because most toilet plumbing in NZ is 1/2 inch. Also had to get a 600mm extension for the tube because the connection was too far away.

The bowl on my toilet has the mounting holes quite far back behind the bowl and the seats available were hitting the bidet at the back and it would flex even with spacers. So I fitted the seat and drew out where I would need to cut and just snapped the piece off with some pliers.

Fits great now and doesn't even need spacers. Just had to ruin a cheap toilet seat haha

u/DCSecretkeeper · 2 pointsr/90DayFianceSnark
u/boccerun · 2 pointsr/weddingplanning

My FH and I are both on the Charmin bandwagon but we differ on whether we get Ultra Soft or Ultra Strong. But I'm usually shopping so we get Ultra Soft.

BUT I think everyone here is missing something that my FH introduced me to. A bidet!

It's seriously the best thing ever. Your toosh will thank you. And you'll use less of whichever TP you are buying.

u/AyEssEssAichOhEllEe · 2 pointsr/steroids

They don’t sell mine anymore, but this is the updated version

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

There are fancier models that do more, all the way up to $300. Mine was about $30. Very easy to set up. No permanent changes to toilet. Mine is now on its second commode.

u/wondergingerwoman · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

This is the one we have (in US), not sure how plumbing differs where you're at but it attaches externally to the water line on the toliet. Bidet

u/relaximadoctor · 2 pointsr/Maine
u/Sickmoma · 2 pointsr/funny

Look no further.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

Bonus quote from reviews:

"Speaking as a hirsute gentleman, the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 has soured me on pooping in bidet-less toilets forever. It's shown me the difference between rubbing peanut butter out of shag carpeting with a paper towel, and that sparkling clean feeling you get right when you step out of the shower."

u/Sturdevant · 2 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

Bidets are game-changers. The Luxe ones are east to install and cheap, too.

u/hawaiianthunder · 2 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

I got this specific one. It comes with a waterline spitter and 1 supply line. I think at the time mine was cheaper. I’m sure you can find another one that does the trick too if this is too much money. They are for sure worth the investment.

u/GrouchyTuxedo · 2 pointsr/memes

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/stat_boy · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)
I just got “Amazon’s choice” but there’s a bunch out there including ones that heat the water if you’re into that

u/boy_inna_box · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Exactly what they other poster said. They are both excellent bidets and widely available. I just happened to grab one at random from Amazon for the link, which unfortunately seems to be a lousy example. This is the one I own and very much approve of.

u/Nephilimi · 2 pointsr/SuddenlyGay

American link. This is a great addition, I have one and use it daily. Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/Naptiva · 2 pointsr/daddit

This is the exact one I bought:

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/dblan9 · 2 pointsr/howardstern

This is the answer right here. You can get one off Amazon for $35.

u/GranolaMuffin · 2 pointsr/AskRedditAfterDark

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/brandontaylor1 · 2 pointsr/TooAfraidToAsk

Buy one of these, and stop wiping your butt with your hand like some primitive cave person.

u/heavy_metal · 2 pointsr/DIY

missing: bidet

u/ShellBeTheDeathOfMe · 2 pointsr/AskMen

My situation is similar to yours, OP.

This Parks and Rec. clip speaks to me.

Recently I bought this cheap "entry level" bidet on Amazon, and honestly... I sort of look forward to pooping because it's so much easier now. It's a maximum 10 minute install process that anyone can do, and then you're set.

You sit down and take your poop, then turn on the bidet, slowly increasing the pressure until it feels right, then wiggle your ass around a little bit. Turn off the bidet, wipe a couple times to clear the water off, and then move on with your day.

I'd advise against using wet wipes if you plan on flushing them. Even though the boxes say they're flushable, they really aren't. "Flushable" wet wipes cause so many clogged septic systems every year. Here's a quick 2 minute video from the BBC talking about what wet wipes do to the London sewer systems. It's much worse if you have a septic tank buried in your yard. Wet wipes can easily clog the hell out of your tank and then you need to get it pumped. Imagine coming home from work one hot summer day and your front lawn has become a literal puddle of shit and piss because your tank clogged and overflowed.

u/technikarp · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Bidet add ons go for $35 on Amazon . Save the planet while feeling like you just took a shower!

Also if you got poo on your face, you would definitely wash it off and not just use a paper towel to smear it, right???

u/GarrettAkers · 2 pointsr/FinancialPlanning

It was about two years ago I read about bidets (I think in frugal) and my God, what a difference in money saved, cleanliness, comfort.

bidet seat

adapter that comes with seat sux, so buy this one

u/Grokke · 2 pointsr/DAE
u/dutchBouy · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

One way to do it:

u/mesropa · 2 pointsr/pics

Get a bidet attachment, just air dry after. You will save so much on using little to no TP.

u/washingmachines2019 · 2 pointsr/stanford

Have you considered a bidet? They expedite the wiping process and make it all much more sanitary! They're available for $36 on Amazon and can be installed quite easily on any toilet using basic tools.

u/0311 · 2 pointsr/gifs

> unless bidets began to be a thing in the US

I've had this bidet on my wishlist forever but haven't pulled the trigger yet. Just walked into a friend's place the other day and saw they had gotten the same model; they were raving about it.

u/biggunks · 2 pointsr/LifeProTips

I've had this one for a year or two. I like it. Only issue is the occasional splatter shits get on the little door (it opens/closes so you don't get strayed with shit speckled water) but it'd just stick to the back of the toilet anyways if this wasn't there.

Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/Thx4theFish42 · 2 pointsr/aww

If I'm being honest, the bidet is made of super cheap plastic and it cracked where the bolt from the seat goes through it. Replacing it for $40 every few years is worth it to me. YMMV

u/PrintRotor · 2 pointsr/tifu

The only way to come clean about that

u/kevinslaton · 2 pointsr/reactiongifs

best $40 you're ever going to spend, life-changer!

u/Prestikles · 2 pointsr/Teachers

Here's a decent one, but you can shell out more for heat control and other stuff. My morning ritual involves immediately defecating while deleting cringey facebook memories. Treat yourself!

Also, females have disgusting bathroom habits. Growing up, I always thought they were the cleaner should start leaving unflushed, steaming Chipotle piles in their bathroom

u/Ninja_Bum · 2 pointsr/AMA

Thats the one I got. Its pretty good and worth spendin 35 bucks on just to see if you like it or not. If not it was just 35 bucks but if you do it is gonna be a game changer. No more mud butt, endless wiping on messy days, etc.

It was pretty easy to install with basic tools. They have a higher end one that's got hot water hookups that would be cool during winter. Summer around here the cold water is warm anyway in my neck of the woods.

First time was a little weird but after that it was awesome.

u/BurtMacklin___FBI · 2 pointsr/HealthAnxiety
  1. Talk to a therapist about this. This is some thing that could be helped with the right person to talk to.

  2. You need to eat. You're hurting yourself to avoid your period. This isnt okay.

  3. Look into birth control to eliminate your period. I can personally attest that the Mirena IUD stopped my period (2 years strong, only light spotting at the first 2 months). I've also read about BC pills that can reduce/eliminate your period. A doctor is a good place to start for help with all of this. Note: IDK how old you are or what country you're from, but in my opinion if you're old enough to have a period you're old enough to use birth control. I hope this is accessible to you.

  4. If its touching the blood, look into using tampons and getting a bidet ( ). This washes off your private-bits after you go or have your period and you just pat dry when done. No need to touch a lot of blood. Talk to a doctor or gyno on how to use tampons. Here is also a pretty good guide .

    Bottom line is you need to eat. Talk to someone about how you're feeling and about accessing these supports until you've dealt with the psychological root of your menophobia.
u/redorangeblue · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Fyi, you can get a bidet cover for a toilet for less than $100, and they have pretty good reviews
$330 TOTO SW2024#01 A200 WASHLET Electronic Bidet Tolet Seat with SoftClose Lid. Elongated, Cotton White

$35 Luxe Bidet Neo 120 - Self Cleaning Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/PastelNihilism · 2 pointsr/TrueOffMyChest
u/creativedabbler · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

I’d be happy to offer you guidance on your journey into the amazing world of bidets.

I started out with this one:

It’s an awesome bidet and does the job perfectly, is super easy to install and for $35 you can’t go wrong.

However about six months ago I decided to splurge and get the king of all bidets, the Toto Washlet:

It’s expensive but worth it; the water is heated, it has different speeds and the nozzle can move back and forth, and the best part is that it dries your butt afterwards, which is amazing.

One thing about bidets though—for us guys, unless you don’t mind your balls being sprayed with water, it is kind of necessary to make sure they’re out of the way, or figure out a position where the water doesn’t hit them.

u/throw_bundy · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Game changer. I've got some digestive issues, not dissimilar to UC, and I cannot advocate for this thing enough.

u/fracturedcoin · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

This is the best $40 you will ever spend.

u/headzoo · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Would you rather wash poop off your hands with water, or with a piece of paper? Which do you think would get your hand cleaner? Using a bidet is a bit like taking a shower after each poop; your rear end will be squeaky clean. They're also cleaner because you don't need to rub your hand close to your dirty butt like you do with toilet paper or wet wipes. You only need to.. dab your rear end a couple times to dry it off.

For those who are curious, bidet attachments run about $40 on Amazon.

u/hook14 · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals
u/fewfucks · 2 pointsr/minimalist

Check it out Luxe Bidet Neo 180 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Fresh Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment Blue

u/IMightBePaulasBitch · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

You haven't bought one yet? But what about having a sparkling clean choco starfish?


Seriously, the one I have is expensive, but glorious.

u/Walts_Frozen_Head · 2 pointsr/mildlyinteresting

You guys need to get a bidet.

u/StarblindCelestial · 2 pointsr/pokemon

Ah yeah if you thought it was that I definitely agree that would be a rip off lol. I think they call those travel bidets and I agree those are kind of odd.

That's what they are so you can get a clearer picture. $60 right now or only $30 for one with just cold which I wouldn't recommend because it would be freezing during winter.

I never thought I needed one either because I didn't know they had attachable ones, but bought it on a whim when I found out and there's no turning back.

u/efro4472 · 2 pointsr/news
u/FavoriteActorDennehy · 2 pointsr/sex

I was looking at the Astor that's top rated in the bidet category but the lack of heat control kind of turned me off. Are you finding that only cold water is a problem? This one is the highest rated with temperature control, but it's about twice as much.

u/chiefos · 2 pointsr/self

> including replumbing your bathroom(s)

Don't believe so, I think most hook right to the tank and do a gravity/water pressure feed. -

u/I_Can_Haz_Brainz · 2 pointsr/shutupandtakemymoney

Like all the other rebranded models bought from the same manufacturer.

Same except with the hot water line.

u/mobyhead1 · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I think some people think bidets are "decadent" or "high-falutin." Or disreputable, since a bidet could be used to masturbate. Plus, if you go into a home improvement store you're more likely to see this, which takes up additional space in the bathroom, is probably cold to sit on--or do you straddle it? Looks damned uncomfortable! Or they hear about those multiple-thousand-dollar Japanese bidets, and think one would have to be crazy to spend that much vs. toilet paper and a little effort.

But I bought myself the predecessor of this bidet Not very expensive, doesn't take up much space, runs both hot and cold water. And it is superior to toilet paper in every way.

u/WebMaka · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Forget the 120, step up to the 320. Hot/cold instead of just cold.

(At this price point I might have to pick one up. Didn't realize the hot/cold models had come down this much in price.)

u/SuminderJi · 2 pointsr/nba

I have this one

And this one

The second one is more expensive and honestly I like the first one (cheaper) one better. Plus the lever knob on the second one broke. The bidet works fine just has this plastic square you gotta push back instead of having that lever. If I had to buy again I'd just buy the cheaper one for all my bathrooms.

It'll be weird the first few days and you will need to use TP to dry off but after that you'll look down on all the plebs that don't have a clean bunghole.

u/amskeez · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

So the ultimate splurge would be the toto neorest with elongated bowl. Alas, that’s too bougie for my budget I settle for the bidet attachment from amazon. This this super economical one is a greater starter bidet. The tushy brand is a little nicer option as well.

u/4BigData · 2 pointsr/AskMen
u/Mr_Marc · 2 pointsr/AskMen

Here in America we've developed technology that attaches right to the bowel.

Luxe Bidet Neo 320 - Self Cleaning Dual Nozzle - Hot and Cold Water Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Attachment (blue and white)

u/AntediluvianEmpire · 2 pointsr/news

I actually never bothered to hook up the cold water, as I didn't bother to clip the hose for the hot, so the water pretty much just comes out cold and gradually warms up. Install was easy, aside from the fact that my toilet crammed in a corner.

u/humplick · 2 pointsr/videos

I have been thinking about getting a bidet. Is this the same model?

u/travisd05 · 2 pointsr/AskMen

You could up your budget a little and get the one I got. It also has a hot water hookup and it has a second nozzle, a "women's" nozzle.

u/JButcher98 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

You look to have really good well water. Low iron is always a plus. I have one of these, works great.

Fleck 5600SXT 48,000 Grain Water Softener Digital SXT Metered Whole House System

Adding a filter before for sediment will help work the softener lasting longer. I have some spin down filters (you just clean the screen and reuse them) and traditional water filters that I change every couple months.

Also have this RO at the kitchen sink. Replacement filters are very reasonable, 2 sets of 3 for around $50 I think.

APEC Top Tier 5-Stage Ultra Safe Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System (ESSENCE ROES-50)

u/p_rplepanther · 2 pointsr/conspiracy

These are so separated from air it's pretty hard for mold to grow.

u/joecbloom · 2 pointsr/homeowners

We have had this one since February and have been happy with it. Great tasting water, definitely better then our tap water unfiltered. I haven't done any real testing (TDS, etc), so all I can really say is that we like it.

It was fairly easy to install (though it took a couple hours), and has been very reliable.

u/Spac3Gh0st · 2 pointsr/news

APEC - Top Tier - Built in USA - Ultra Safe, Premium 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis Drinking Water Filter System (ROES-50)

u/LEDwizard · 2 pointsr/microgrowery
u/halogrand · 2 pointsr/DIY

Still seems like a huge waste of money.

If you are getting the 24 pack at $24 (or $20.40 after your 15% discount), and you go through your recommended 3.7 liters (assuming your a male adult) which is roughly 7.4 bottles a day. Over a 30 day month you are drinking 222 bottles of Fiji water costing about $188.70/month, or $2264.40/year.

Sticking with Amazon, you can get a 5-Stage Reverse Osmosis filter with installation for about $450.

Even if we consider this to be on the low end and you went with a plumber for installation and parts/service it would be cheaper withing a year than your current setup (with a LOT less environmental impact).

EDIT: Just read you are also cooking with it as well! Seriously, just get the System, save money and the environment.

u/big_orange_ball · 2 pointsr/pics

You could just distill it if I'm not mistaken. THere are a ton of water distillers on amazon for under $200.

u/financiallyanal · 2 pointsr/SleepApnea

In the US - midwest. Do you have a Wal*Mart in the area? If so, that should be easy. But I've been to Kroger and other local chains without any trouble.

At $4/gallon, you'll probably come out ahead with an in-home distillation machine:

u/WillieNelsonsBraids · 2 pointsr/army

As a last resort you could buy a steam distillation set-up.

[steam distilation](Megahome Countertop Water Distiller, White, Glass Collection

u/insaneatomicman · 2 pointsr/USF

Ooo Nice. You didn't happen to live in the ELLC last year did you?

LC as in liquid chromatography? I took organic chemistry 1 + lab during summer A and I did numerous types of chromatography. I would say for this either TLC or GC might be better for this (I found liquid chromatography to be inaccurate and annoying). Gas chromatography was very accurate and in your case would be practical because simple alcohols have relatively low boiling points. If you can get in contact with a chemist especially an organic chemist (they deal with a lot of Chromo) then you will be in luck. There are a lot of chromatography labs on the 2nd floor of NES, you may be able to find someone there. There are also a lot of friendly orgo TA's that may be able to help you.

Also if you're looking to purify your alcohol a great investment would be a distiller that I have come across. I really want to buy one haha. They are not cheap though.

u/ratZ_fatZ · 2 pointsr/cider

Question: what's the difference between jacked cider and distilling cider.

u/ccc1912 · 2 pointsr/firewater

Have a look at this and the Water Distiller that's what i've been using to make brandy.

u/pensotroppo · 2 pointsr/LosAngeles

For everyone with horrible tap, you can distill your own.

Is it as convenient as having great tap water to begin with? No. But it's an alternative to "oh well, guess I'm giving my money to Big H2O."

u/sharplikeginsu · 2 pointsr/PressureCooking

If you needed to distill a lot, it might be worth investing in a dedicated countertop unit.

u/_transatlantique · 2 pointsr/chicago

Actually sounds like you have hard water. I just went through this in our new apartment -- my hair was super gross every time I washed it. Decided to buy this filtering showerhead Culligan WSH-C125 Wall-Mount 10,000 Gallon Capacity Filtered Showerhead, Chrome Finish and my life is changed.

u/jinglejangz · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I live in LA and our water is horrible. We rent as well, but I changed out the shower head to one with a filter and it seems to have helped a little. This is the one I use:
Culligan WSH-C125 Wall-Mounted Filtered Shower Head with Massage, Chrome Finish

u/Lutya · 2 pointsr/HaircareScience

Have you tried Culligan Filtered Shower Head. It works well for me.

Edit: DevaCurl also just came out with a clarifying shampoo based on miclear water. It's really easy on the hair. That should help you wash away the hard water build up.

u/fun_director · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Get this filtration shower faucet! It filters out chlorine and helped me and my dry skin. It's one of the best reviewed ones on Amazon.

Culligan WSH-C125 Wall-Mounted Filtered Shower Head with Massage, Chrome Finish

u/jixie007 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Sorry for replying to an older thread, lol. I wanted to offer a couple suggestions.

  1. Distilled water is much cheaper than micellar water and is available basically everywhere. It doesn't have the cleansing ability of micellar water, but it's a good option for rinsing. I'd recommend trying this for your hair. Depending on how long your hair is, 1 gallon should be enough to wet your hair and rinse afterwards. Another option would be RO/DI water. Both options are free of chlorine, floride, and trace minerals.* Some places you can even refill your water bottles so you're not wasting a ton of plastic (I think WalMart does this?).

    * Distilled water and RO/DI are not great for drinking all the time, because you do need those trace minerals in your diet. ;) For drinking I suggest a Brita filter or something that will remove the chlorine taste.

  2. A vinegar rinse in your hair will help alleviate hard-water build up in hair (also clarifies / removes any leftover product). I went through a long natural hair-care phase and the only things stuck were ACV rinses and henna like 3 times a year. ACV leaves my hair softer and silkier than any conditioner, without weighing it down or making it greasy. I dilute 1 tbs to 1 cup water (but I have hella hair, so you may not need that much!).

  3. Likewise, if you're washing your hair daily, work on spacing out your washes until you're washing weekly (and if you can, longer!). Unless you use a ton of product, it's better for your hair and scalp. And for me, hair washing is the longest part of the shower routine, so you'll be spending less time in the shower period.

  4. The reason SLS is so common is because it is a better detergent for hard water, whereas actual soap tends to get scummy and leave a film or deposits. So a "beauty bar" like Dove or a body wash with SLS or ALS might be a better option than actual soap bars. Or try using a gentle shampoo as a body wash.

  5. You can get a water softening showerhead filter. Obviously it won't be as good as a heavy-duty whole-house filter system, but it should help and they're pretty easy to install. I actually got one, but can't get our old showerhead off and need to get our landlord to have it installed :P See if your parents are okay with this, especially if you're buying, hah. Here's the one I got and they have a hand-held version.

    Also hard water is drying and it's rough on your hair, but I'm not sure hard water would cause that degree of break out. It could be a reaction to chlorine. Or could be something else entirely. I'd check with your Dr next time you have a visit, just to see what they think.
u/FlowerFluff · 2 pointsr/FeminineNotFeminist

I loved this one when I was living in a place without a water softener.

u/anexmd · 2 pointsr/eczema
u/PinkFreud08 · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I would recommend a filter. A fellow SCA member highly recommended this one (sorry I would link the post if I weren't on mobile):

Culligan WSH-C125 Wall-Mount 10,000 Gallon Capacity Filtered Showerhead, Chrome Finish

Do you have really hard water? You could also consider a water softener if the filter doesn't do the trick. It'll be a more expensive investment, FYI.

u/Lisbethhh · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hello fellow canadian :)

This showerhead helped my skin a lot.

u/gatoapestoso · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use this one with a replaceable filter. It’s helped. I was hoping it would clear up the weird itchy scalp thing I have going on, but no luck there. I do have soft healthy hair though!

u/Willawonka · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSS. Yes a million times over. The water in my city is so bad that I used to get out of the shower feeling like I had been in a pool. This is the filter that I ended up getting and it's seriously amazing. I can't even begin to tell you how much I appreciate this little thing. It has helped my skin feel noticeably softer, my hair feels much cleaner and doesn't get as greasy as quickly as it did before. I have way less dandruff, and I even feel like it has helped my acne as well. I just feel much cleaner.

I honestly would reccomend one of these shower filters to anyone living in a city that has questionable water. The filters only need to be replaced every 6 months, and they're only $10 on amazon. It's a no brainer imo.

u/PseudoPsychosis · 2 pointsr/NoPoo

If you do end up staying for an extended period of time, I would look into buying one of these filtered shower heads

Otherwise look into buying a Portable Brita Pitcher

The Brita Pitcher will make you 3/4 gallon at a time. If you have some empty milk jugs you can periodically fill them with filtered water for potable use. I don't see why you would need more than 2 or 3 gallons of water to give your hair a full wash!

u/luminous_delusions · 2 pointsr/FancyFollicles

Haha, probably not! The only ways I've learned to deal with hard water are either water softening systems (which are installed in a whole house's plumbing), getting a filtered showerhead, and/or using a shampoo that will counter-act hard water effects. I'm dealing with the issue myself in that the hard water here is turning my hair super brassy faster than I can keep up with it.

If you're staying in a place long enough to receive packages, I'd definitely get a shower filter and maybe some shampoo to help. If you can't the best thing is to just rinse your hair with filtered water or do an apple cider vinegar rinse to remove build-up from the water. I actually just ordered this filter since it seems to have the best reviews and a lot of them mention it improving their hair. The shampoo I got was Ion's Hard Water Shampoo (Sally Beauty brand) that I'd seen recommended a lot on other sites. I can't really comment on either since they haven't arrived yet, though. Sorry I can't be more help!

u/callmeredhead · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction
u/FuzzySlippers4Me · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I got this one a couple of months ago and I've been happy with it. It has good reviews and is decently priced. Now when I use our other shower I can smell the chlorine as soon as I turn the water on.

u/WoodenInternet · 2 pointsr/philadelphia

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.

For example:

u/pussifer · 2 pointsr/IAmA

To Amazon!

u/namrog84 · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

I am not in the middle east, yet in America, but I installed a bidet in all my toilets where I live. I really don't understand why they aren't more popular in the US.

everyone should install one. this or any other one.

u/GoAskAlice · 2 pointsr/fatpeoplestories

Nice to know, but honestly? I find most medical stuff humiliating to begin with. Would rather shower before calling in docs and whatnot, if at all possible.

I don't even wear scent before going to see a doc, never know who might have an allergy. Not that I wear much to begin with. (two spritzes of a "body spray" called Moonlight Path... I'm not big on the whole "douse self in oil of roses" thing)

AND THANK GOD FOR MY BIDET, SERIOUSLY. Everyone should have one of these things, they are amazing.

(that's not the one I have, mine's metal. Close enough for rock and roll)

u/tagonist · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

You're welcome. This has saved me so much toilet paper.

u/slitlip · 2 pointsr/videos

Pretty sure he answered the questions with every bathroom has a sink right? Maybe he just uses water on his hand and wipe his butt until he knows it's clean? To be honest he should just get a bidet.

u/AdeptPixelants · 2 pointsr/breakingmom

This! Granted, that might introduce a whole different issue with small children....

u/Uffda01 · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

Bidet adapter kit

an old roommate of mine had these in his house...took a little getting used to, and the cold water was sometimes a shock - but totally worth it. When I buy a house I am definitely installing these.

u/bgroins · 2 pointsr/self

All you need is ~$50 and 10 minutes.

u/humankinda · 2 pointsr/cringepics

I feel you OP. Your suitemate is being unreasonable. When you can, you two should drop 15 each and get yourselves a bidet.

u/lvl3HolyBitches · 2 pointsr/worldnews

Just going to go ahead and post this link for anyone who is interested. Super simple model for like $24. I have this one and it's 100% worth it. Trust.

u/MissingScrews · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Bought this attachment, super cheap and works well. I hate using public non-bidet toilets now.

u/ffmilecollector · 2 pointsr/awardtravel

I've purchased two of these... one was actually during my first time in Asia so I had it waiting for me when I got home. Super easy to install, highly recommended.

u/candle_this · 2 pointsr/cripplingalcoholism

Next bathroom upgrade: bidet. I bought one a year ago when I was at a litre a day habit. When you are able to fully wash your "area" after shotgunning the toilet bowl it cuts down on irritation or rash that can develop later. Nowadays I've cut back on the drinking, but the bidet helps when I'm blocked up from other vices.

Seriously I cannot reccomend a bidet enough guys this is the one I bought (pretty much same one just updated) and it is the best ~$40 I have spent in a long time.

After I bought it, one-by-one now my entire family have them.

u/YourADumb · 2 pointsr/Frugal

I think they use a T connector so it uses the same water supply that fills the bowl. Source

u/SolidCake · 2 pointsr/ifiwonthelottery


not quite the same but pretty awesome

u/ohh_ok · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

I got one last year. It's life changing. It's also inexpensive and works perfectly. Reviews here

u/davidhooper89 · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/ClassyPuffin · 2 pointsr/technology

This conversation never happened, also spend the frickin $40 and see what it does for you, the fact is it shoots a stream of water out, you can move your butt around to a degree to get greater coverage, I say give it a shot if you have any kind of disposable income, they're pretty simple to hook up too.

Option 1
Option 2

u/fast_edo · 2 pointsr/screenshots

for those who dont know what that means, like myself....

u/TomahawkChopped · 2 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

I'm not sure if you have Crohn's as it's not clear from your post so this may not apply.

Fissures became the ultimate reason I got an ostomy, I remember the pain of bowel movements so vividly. I actually became afraid of eating and started losing lots of weight.

I was taking sitz baths several times/day and using witch hazel pads for wiping. Each offered only moderate relief. A portable bidet actually helped a little, but sometimes it was also painful to have the direct contact. Something like this one,

Sorry I don't have more to offer.

u/matthewtheninja · 2 pointsr/pics

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.

u/AtlasAirborne · 2 pointsr/malelivingspace


It needn't be an expensive business.

u/fairdus · 2 pointsr/todayilearned

Or you could just save the money of buying a WHOLE OTHER TOILET and with install and new piping... and buy a toilet accessory that washes your booty without having to get off the toilet move to another toilet, wash and move back to wipe dry...
I bought this
works like a charm and I love it. Took me ten minutes to install and yes there is nothing like a clean behind... the wiping consists of a pat dry. and it is just so much cleaner

u/mrsblanchedevereaux · 2 pointsr/testicularcancer

Talk to your oncologist first but you may want to get on some probiotics. Chemo really kills the gut flora and sometimes a little push (probiotics / yogurt) can help get things back on track.
Also we ordered this to help with hubbys post-chemo & post RPLND bathroom time, and it's been great. Highly recommend.
Good luck!

u/floridadadada · 2 pointsr/funny

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/mmfeelzgud · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000 - -

u/Liwanu · 2 pointsr/gifs

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/JDawgSabronas · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Have one of these? 110% recommended; I've convinced half a dozen friends to hop on the bidet train.

u/Wills_Power · 2 pointsr/Fitness

Get a bidet. It cleans it right up and only wipe once or twice.


Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

u/alchemy_index · 2 pointsr/IAmA

Here's an electric one, on the lower end of the price scale since electric ones can be really fancy and get up to like $800+

Here's a really basic mechanical one.

For either type, you need to make sure that the shape/size of the bidet matches up with your toilet. Most mechanical ones are cold water only, which can be a bit uncomfortable. Some mechanical ones have a hot water hookup so you can temps but that would require additional plumbing on your end. Most electric ones use only cold water and have an electric heater in its storage tank. Some have timers/sensors. Some heat the water faster than others. Both types can be just rear (butthole) spray, or a combination rear and front (for ladies, or taint). But, the rear-only option can still be used by women for the front, with some creative maneuvering.

u/FreeThinker76 · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

One was ordered from Amazon, Astor and the other one I found on chance on clearance at Kohl's department store. I don't recall the brand and not at home. But that one I like better, it's very similar but has more pressure.

Edit: found it, I recognize the logo.

u/xScreamo · 2 pointsr/nutrition


go here:

This is a bidet. I don't care what pre conceived notions you may have about using it. I went through the same shit you did until I got this. No matter how bad your movement, this will clean you up in 5 seconds. I went from using a roll of TP in a day to taking about 7 seconds to use the bathroom daily. It's easy to install and easy as fuck to use. If this is as big of a problem as you say it is, get this and don't look back.

u/needler14 · 2 pointsr/NoStupidQuestions

No because while the water turns off, the nozzle also goes back in the guard. It all happens in one motion. Also your asshole is pretty far away from the nozzle unless you have a prolapse anus 😂

The one I use is the Astro Bidet and it works so well for $25. I know it sounds like an ad but honestly, after getting the damn thing, wet wipes became a thing of the pass and I use far less toilet paper now as well. Only use it to dry myself. Also has pressure control so you can control how much pressure the nozzle is giving out, just in case you are having a very very bad stomach virus giving you the runs.

u/dubchem · 2 pointsr/Accutane

So this is a little outside the box, but have you ever thought about a bidet? Here is one that is less than $30 and you will end up cleaner than using any type of paper. If you use the bidet at home, you can probably stand the paper at work. At least you won't have to use paper all the time.

u/FelipeAngeles · 2 pointsr/mexico

O mejor consigue una de estas.

Te preguntaras como pudiste vivir sin eso toda tu vida.

u/Taxi_Manager · 2 pointsr/NewOrleans

It's easy. I used a wrench and a socket set and I think a flathead. I'm not very "handy" and I got it installed perfectly with no problems. This is the one I added to my other toilet:

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

I don't know why the price went up like $40. Seems it's only available via third party sellers right now. Look up similar ones. They're all pretty much the same.

As for guests seeing it, my dad fell in love with it so I ordered him one last year for Father's Day. My gf was apprehensive then admitted she liked it.

u/slash178 · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

I have this same issue. You probably have some minor constipation and could benefit from more water, more fiber, maybe some metamucil. This is happening because your poop is too hard.

My solution (in addition to the above things) was to purchase an over-the-toilet bidet. I have this one, and let me tell you: it is life changing. My butthole is so clean, no more hemorrhoids, no more itchy, scratchy, stinkiness. It's like a localized shower for your anus whenever you want.

u/rougekhmero · 2 pointsr/Drugs

DO NOT shave with a razor or even clippers/buzzers. The first day or two might feel nice, but MARK MY WORDS, the next 6 months to a year will be the worst itchiest hell you have ever experienced.

Get some mirrors, take some adderall and go at it with scissors is your best bet.

ALSO, you can get a relatively cheap bidet (~30$ and up) that attaches to a standard toilet from Amazon. This thing changed my fucking life.

u/calcuttacodeinecoma · 2 pointsr/yourmomshousepodcast

If you're re-doing your bathroom, maybe a fancy mom-level bidet is in the cards for you, but a year ago or so I bought one of these Astor Bidets from Amazon. $25, I feel at this point, everyone should be blasting their asshole with water. Super easy to install, seems to be a laser guided, heat seeking water stream as it hits the spot with stunning accuracy.

Has variable speeds, but full blast is total hole destruction, unnecessary. The downside versus a pro-bidet is the water is cold only, I'd imagine warm water bidets feel amazing but surprisingly, the cold water isn't bad at all.

It's a gamechanger, best $25 I ever spent.

u/shlewkin · 2 pointsr/BlackPeopleTwitter

Sorry for the delay, but it's this one

u/pocket-ful-of-dildos · 2 pointsr/nottheonion

This might be tmi but have you ever used a bidet? I got one on Amazon like this that hooks up to a normal commode. It's pretty forceful even on the lowest setting and you can really get it blasted into nooks and crannies. For that fresh clean feeling! And it's not a bad way to wake up in the morning ;)

u/buttpincher · 2 pointsr/AbsoluteUnits

There was another about a couple who has a poop sponge they would attach to one of these to wipe... They were so proud of their ingenuity too

Also they would re-use the poop sponge. Honestly though all people should get a bidet, we should not be wiping our asses in 2018, we have mechanical robots that will wash them for us for $25 on Amazon.

u/kachunga · 2 pointsr/ZReviews

just get one of these and call it a day

The only downside is burning cold water right on your butthole in the winter.

u/Cforq · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment CB-1000

About the price of a 48 pack of toilet paper rolls.

u/fuck_this_test · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals

No! Buy a bidet! It's like your ass took a shower after every poop. I bought one of these a few years ago and I never want to shit anywhere else!

u/tomanonimos · 2 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

Too lazy to install it on my toilet.

With that being said, a bidet is super easy to install and is only $24.95 on Amazon.

u/almostdvs · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Sphingomyelinase · 2 pointsr/explainlikeimfive

It happens. One of the first threads I read here was regarding "things you never knew you needed and can now not live without". Bidet was on the list. Can't be without mine now. Added benefit of reducing TP consumption by 50%

u/Itsrane · 2 pointsr/AskReddit

It's pretty regional. I'm sure I saw something about how in India/Pakistan they use a bucket and cup to clean up. I've lived in a place with these installed since before I can remember. Now we've got something like this. Obviously washing well afterwards.

I never thought I'd be discussing intimate hygiene with random people over the internet.

u/slappy1 · 2 pointsr/ibs

I've bought a few of these over the years and they are worth every penny! Your burning butt hole will thank you. Had some people laugh but later came to me and said they bought one too and love it. Haha!

u/content404 · 2 pointsr/tech

Or this one that's half the cost.

u/celticivy3 · 2 pointsr/xxketo

For us, day 10 things started calming down with less urgent bodily alarms to hit the bathroom and the return of more normal density, thank goodness. As of now, I actually feel like my inner workings are functioning better than pre-keto, which is surprising. I really hope things calm down for you soon!

As a side note Someone in r/keto recommended this little godsend to literally save our butts during the process. It really helps as I completely understand how clean up can become a literal pain in the ass.

u/AreYouAMan · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

After reviewing everyone's comments, I think I will try out an attachment first and see how I like it, and upgrade at a later date based on my experience. Right now, I am leaning towards the Luxe Bidet Neo 120 since it has a self-cleaning nozzle.

u/friendofsmellytapir · 2 pointsr/Showerthoughts

You can buy a bidet that fits under the toilet seat and all the fittings needed to install it yourself for less than $40, my father-in-law is obsessed with them and has installed them on his own toilets and for his kids at college in their dorms/apartments. This is what they look like

u/koalafied_human · 2 pointsr/DMT

Haha, I'm glad I could be of some help! Also if you really want to be a super pooper, get yourself one of these bidet attachments. I picked one up a couple months ago and it forever changed my views on pooping. It's like a power washer for your anus. I can't recommend it enough.

Also if you plan on snagging one, don't bother to get the hot water version. That's because the hot water has to heat up first just like how your sink works because it's tapping off the same line. You get used to the cold water version and don't even notice it after the first couple uses.

u/Derp_Stevenson · 2 pointsr/TrollXChromosomes

I never thought it would be weird, I just thought they'd be expensive and never got around to looking into them. Last week I saw someone on reddit mention a nice affordable Luxe bidet I could get on amazon for under $40, and I figured why not pull the trigger. It was super easy to install, and it seriously is the greatest home improvement purchase I've ever made.

It's like washing your butt in a shower after every #2, just dry with a little bit of toilet paper and you're done. Amazing!

This is the model I bought if you're interested in looking at reviews and what not:

u/CajunVagabond · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

Or buy a great $35 bidet and save hundreds on toilet paper! Best DIY quality of life purchase I've made, took 10 minutes. Especially helpful certain times of the month.
Ever get your hands really dirty and try and wipe them clean with a dry paper towel? Didn't think so.

u/turkeypants · 2 pointsr/hotones

Those are the nice ones. There's another category of budget ones from like $20-60 all over Amazon from a hundred Chinese clone companies. They're hit or miss on quality as the reviews show, but I figured they're so cheap, why not give it a try. It has been great. The nicer ones offer better options, heated water, aerated water, air dryers, fancy remotes and all this, and that would be great but I don't want to pay for it and my hot water line is across the room from the toilet, so a cheapo is fine for me.

I got this one and it has been great. People in the reviews talked about it blasting your starfish skin off and wow they weren't kidding. The pressure twisty knob on this one is an illusion - realistically there's only Off or Peel Paint. So I got one of these twisty valves to go between the bidet hose and the main water pipe so I could fine tune the pressure to more reasonable levels and that has been great. You want some pressure to get that stuff off of you but not so much that your proctologist runs out of the room crying.

Wet butthole cleaning is the only way to go, the only way that makes sense, and sometimes it's nice to just let it run while you contemplate things and see if any more wants to come out. Toilet paper lasts forever now because you just need a couple squares to dab dry.

u/trollbocop · 2 pointsr/AdviceAnimals


Thank me later.

u/KungFuHamster · 2 pointsr/keto

I believe this is the one I got.

Whenever I buy anything on Amazon, I sort by average review scores and get the best that isn't unreasonably higher priced than the others.

u/pokingoking · 2 pointsr/AskAnAmerican

I have this $35 one from Amazon.

Yes, it's cold water. It comes from the toilet tank.

The pressure it produces is .... fucking ridiculous. It has four little dots on the dial to indicate low or high flow. I've had it for a year now and I still can't even get to the lowest setting without feeling like my asshole is being ripped apart. I have to put it between "off" and the lowest one. So if you're worried about it not being strong enough, let me quell that fear right away. I literally cannot fathom anyone needing the high setting. It would probably make me bleed.
And yes, after you use it you use a small amount of TP to make yourself dry. I've seen other people say they use a washcloth for this since you're theoretically clean at this point. I maybe would do that if I lived alone but I'd feel weird having a reusable butt wipe in my bathroom that other people would see. I definitely recommend them. Overall probably the best $35 I've spent in the last 5 years.

u/OnlyRacistOnReddit · 2 pointsr/confession

Time to add one of these to your home toilet...

I've been using one for years and haven't had the problem since I started using one. Also, change your diet, if you are getting the sharpie poop it's an indication that your diet is wrong.

u/Kramerica_ind99 · 2 pointsr/vegan

My suggestion, which is my suggestion to everyone, is to buy this:

Total life changer.

u/lettuce_tomato_bacon · 2 pointsr/ZeroWaste

I was actually looking at picking up something like this, it's small, fits right under your toilet seat, looks easy to use and easy to install... I'm sure we'd get used to the cold water in no time. :)

u/stickmanDave · 2 pointsr/changemyview

I spent some time in Pakistan years ago and became a "squat toilet" convert as well. Us westerners got toilets all wrong.

I have found that the combination of a squattie potty and toilet mounted bidet convey all the benefits of a squat toilet + hose but without the expense, hassle, permanence (I rent) and inconvenience for others that would go along with installing an actual squat toilet. The pair cost about $75 and took 10 minutes to install.

This is definitely the way to go.

I had suffered from very mild but chronic hemorrhoids for years. Once I started using this setup, they were gone in a week and haven't come back. I'll never go back to sitting and wiping.

As others have pointed out, any stool will do, but the squattie potty has the advantage of being designed to be easy to clean, and to slide out of the way under the toilet when not in use, reducing bathroom clutter. If you're going to buy a stool for bathroom use, this is the one to buy.

u/Rance_Mulliniks · 2 pointsr/DiWHY

I bought a Luxe Bidet Neo 185. Using it right now. Here is the link, though I am in Canada.

u/buckie_mcBuckster · 2 pointsr/ibs

Do your self and your asshole a big favor. Will eliminate embarrassing itch as well.

u/rabidstoat · 2 pointsr/CrohnsDisease

This is the Luxe one I got.. I have nothing to compare it to but it works fine for me. Cold water only.

u/MurkLurker · 2 pointsr/videos

I bought THIS ONE, (on sale now it seems for 32 bucks) Love it and I bought some for others who also love it.

u/BuckeyeBentley · 2 pointsr/youtubehaiku

\>acting high and mighty based on how you use toilet paper

get on my level, son

u/enki1337 · 2 pointsr/videos

I suppose that depends on what you consider pricey, but I don't think bidets are too cheap either. I took a very quick look, and there was a pretty impressive looking one for ~$370.

u/KerNil · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

>Can you link the heated seat/bidet?

My seat is a Toto, too. This is the model in question: TOTO Washlet C100 Elongated Bidet Toilet Seat (SW2034#01).

Looking at its spec sheet:

>Power Rating: AC 120V-60Hz, 406W

So, if my math is correct, it draws 3.4 amps.

Here are all the items on my second-floor circuits. (My house was built in 1990, so I guess codes regarding circuits have changed a lot since then.) These 4 circuits are accessible in the attic.

Despite how crowded everything looks on my second-floor circuits, I have never had issues with a circuit tripping. While X number of receptacles may sound like a lot, the majority of the receptacles on the second floor have nothing plugged into them.

My bathroom fan draws 0.24 A.

Assuming that every light is turned on, and each bulb is 40 watts, Circuit 16 would have 480W (40*(2+5+1+1+1+2) = 480) and thus 4A of draw for lighting. Keep in mind, I am increasingly moving to LED bulbs, which obviously use much less than 40W each.

>How difficult is it to add another circuit from the panel?

I would say it is fairly difficult. I would not feel comfortable adding a new circuit myself, so I'd have to pay an electrician for this.

My seat/bidet isn't 12A (!), so am I still pushing my luck if I add 3.4 A to the existing circuit (#16)?

I guess it all comes down to the unpredictable variable of whether another high-draw item is potentially plugged into a receptacle on this circuit...

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Thanks for your help everyone

u/croyvig · 2 pointsr/sex

Wife and I got one of these and she loves it. Always up for butt play now.

Greenco Bidet Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Mechanical Bidet Toilet Seat Attachment

u/tell_me_about_ur_dog · 2 pointsr/AskWomen

I mean if you just search bidet on Amazon a bunch come up.

But this is the one I have. It's very basic and the adjustment is kind of useless, I just shift around to change the angle. There are even cheaper ones that I'm sure are fine.

u/ItsSnuffsis · 2 pointsr/funny

Just get a bidet /washlet instead. There are simpler and cheaper ones avaliable for under 50 bucks.

u/SweetBearCub · 2 pointsr/assholedesign

> I honestly can’t imagine how this works. Do you have a link? How do you get the water from I’m assuming the tank above the toilet? Also, how does it not get in the way when you’re using the toilet?

They tap the fresh water inlet line before the water enters the tank. Or, with a minor plumbing reroute and some extra cost parts, if you can reach your shower from the toilet, you can do what I did and have a manual bidet that has access to warm water.

The bidet itself cost me about $20.

u/MadeAUserName · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

there are 3 curly girls in my house. I love this hair catcher!!
TubShroom The Revolutionary Tub Drain Protector Hair Catcher/Strainer/Snare

u/_andthereiwas · 2 pointsr/UpliftingNews

You should look into a tubshroom this thing catches all wife hair in the shower. Its amazing.

u/MoistCreamPuffs · 2 pointsr/TrollXMoms

I have this little rubber drain plug that I use during every shower and haven't had to snake my drain in a few months. It's a dream come true!
Here's something really similar to what I have.

u/biking4jesus · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

this. do it once a month. keep it in the bathroom cabinet. last week, i pulled out a small animal sized clump. also check out the tubshroom if it fits your application

u/ThaneOfCawdorrr · 2 pointsr/ibs

We have ALL had this happen, please don't feel alone, or desperate. I can say that bidets are LIFE changing. They also really help with irritation. Here's one that you just attach to your existing toilet seat, and costs about $25. Brondell is a great brand, too (they make the super upscale ones, too). It gives you exactly the same effect as a shower, only without having to shower, and only works where you need it to work. (Also, if you feel like there's a little "left over," all you have to do is sit on the toilet and turn the bidet on!)

u/pivotraze · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

We have this one:


It's a cold-water-only one, but it works perfect, and is so much better.

u/YesItsG · 2 pointsr/HomeImprovement

Brondell Bidet - Thinline SimpleSpa SS-150 | Fresh Water Spray | Non-Electric | Bidet Toilet Attachment in White with Self Cleaning Nozzle | SafeCore Internal Valve | Nozzle Guard | Easy to Install

Simple, sleek and super high quality parts from a reputable company. Old bidet which cost a little more lasted 3 months, got 2 of these and they’ve been going solid for 7 months.

u/Ok_Maximum · 2 pointsr/videos

You don't need to own your home. The most practical and least expensive kind just fits under the toilet seat. Takes 10 minutes to install or remove. Like this one:

u/acedelgado · 2 pointsr/funny

Couple bucks more and you can get a decent under - seat attachment bidet and not have to worry about hand aiming a hose.

Brondell Bidet - Thinline SimpleSpa SS-150 Fresh Water Spray Non-Electric Bidet Toilet Attachment in White with Self Cleaning Nozzle and SafeCore Internal Valve

I'm about to jump off reddit, which means I'm gonna be using mine in about 30 seconds here.

u/actionbooth · 2 pointsr/ATBGE

When they come over and inspect it, have them use it!

Check this one out. 20 bucks

u/pizzaparty123 · 2 pointsr/barstoolsports

Can’t believe I pooped my whole life without a bidet

25 bucks

u/Jelaroth · 2 pointsr/functionalprint

Turkish guy who lives in US here. I am using this bidet ($25 cost) and pretty happy with it so far: