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Old 07-24-2011, 05:30 PM   #1
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Just added a bidet to our motorhome

Just added this bidet to the motorhome and it works like a charm. Yea, I'll use more water but less paper and I like the idea. Check out the web site and see if its something you might like. I just bought the one for home use and adapted it to work on the motorhome.

America's Favorite Bidet Toilet Attachment | American Biffy Bidet Company

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That is wonderful.
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Old 07-24-2011, 05:44 PM   #3
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When you are constipated you use less paper.
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Old 07-24-2011, 08:23 PM   #4
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I eat lots of fiber. You can live really cheap as cardboard boxes are everywhere and they are free!!!!!!!!!!1
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Shouldn't there be a holder for some soap on a rope and a towel holder????

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On our last RV I installed one of those that a friend gave me, so I don't see the reasoning behind those 'soap on a rope', 'cardboard fiber' or 'using less paper' comments having anything to do with the purchase of the add on attachment. I will say, for the price you pay for one of those do-hickies, they ought to provide a longer hose so you can raise it up a bit. I find as I get older, I'm having problems bending over that far just to get a drink of water. Geez! Bob
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Originally did not think a bidet was real. Never felt a need for an addon down there. People can sell just about anything.
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A bidet is a great idea....... I would however need to get a new water pressure regulator to allow more flow..
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I'm having problems bending over that far just to get a drink of water. Geez! Bob[/QUOTE]

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There are many restaurants near the campgrounds that offer all you can Bidet's, so putting one in my MH sounds extreme.
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How do you shift it? H pattern? what if you need to back up?
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There are many restaurants near the campgrounds that offer all you can Bidet's, so putting one in my MH sounds extreme.
Oh yeah, they have those in the casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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How do you shift it? H pattern? what if you need to back up?
I think it's standard H pattern. Backing up can be a bit messy if not executed properly.
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