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Old 05-11-2016, 11:33 AM   #15
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Toilet tip. Put some water in the bowl before you do the deed. Try it and you'll understand why.
Just don't fill it too much
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Old 05-11-2016, 11:34 AM   #16
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Dont drink out of that hose.
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Old 05-11-2016, 11:35 AM   #17
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It is to clean the toilet.
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Old 05-11-2016, 11:38 AM   #18
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OMG that isn't serious is it? I mean it is on the internet but WTH. I can imagine spraying my face and all over the RV bathroom with that thing.
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Old 05-11-2016, 11:54 AM   #19
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We have a winner, yes hosing brown stuff that sticks to the bowl would be the best use.

If it works as a Bidet let me know but it is hooked to cold water so might be a bit of a shock to your system.

If I was gonna wash sandy feet I think I would do that outside, but if anyone uses the toilet for that we need a YouTube video.
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Old 05-11-2016, 01:47 PM   #20
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Our sales person said you use it to clean the bathroom or hose off sandy feet
Hence the reason to never trust a salesperson who sells motorhomes. Most showers come with a shower head on a flexible hose, I wonder what he would use that for?
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If Janet Leigh had a removable shower head Norman would have never gotten close to her with that knife. Think Psycho
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And that dang salesman told me it was a fire hose in case the toilet catches fire!
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And that dang salesman told me it was a fire hose in case the toilet catches fire!

That reminds me of the vacuum saleslady who told me the headlight on a vacuum was so you could see what you were cleaning when the power went out.
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OMG that isn't serious is it? I mean it is on the internet but WTH. I can imagine spraying my face and all over the RV bathroom with that thing.
It's true. You can buy kits for your home on Amazon. On a side note, you can get a much nicer sprayer if you search for "handheld bidet". I'm contemplating replacing mine with something that doesn't stick open and subsequently spray my crotch from across the room every other time I flush the toilet.
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I used it as a shower for the cat. Now if I can only get the bleeding on my arms to stop!!
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All this time I thought it was for rinsing your mouth out after brushing your teeth!
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I used it as a shower for the cat. Now if I can only get the bleeding on my arms to stop!!
Kitty litter is good for bleeding and you will smell all fresh.
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Just don't fill it too much
What is even better than water is to take some toilet paper and make an X over the waste valve. Do your business, then add water to cover the organic material, and then flush! There should be nothing to clean up, and you can go back to using your sprayer as a bidet, water pick, or to wake the kids up in their bunks.
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