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Old 02-20-2014, 06:30 AM   #1
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Sprayer by toilet?

I assume that they are there to use instead of copious amounts of TP? Am I correct?

Some of the higher end units I'm looking at don't have them...better toilets?
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I suppose you could use it that way , however we've only used it to rinse out the bowl. That's the purpose of it as far as I've ever known.
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Higher end maybe a better flush, will save on paper to clean bowl on lower end, maybe.
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We use ours to rinse/clean the bowl. Very nice feature, wouldn't be without one.
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They're for washing the "tracks" from the bowl.
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As others, I think it's really just to rinse the bowl (RV toilets typically use a lot less water than home toilets and don't have the same flushing power so don't rinse as well).

You could use it as a make-shift bidet but it's only connected to cold water and it's controlled through the flushing / filling mechanism so it might be a bit harder to control the water.
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Thanks! Hubby and I were confused
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I assume that they are there to use instead of copious amounts of TP? Am I correct?

Some of the higher end units I'm looking at don't have them...better toilets?
High end coaches come with free maid service so you don't have to clean your own toilet! LOL
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Its there so you can place a rubber band on the trigger, position toward the front and wait for the scream when the wife flushes and gets sprayed with water.
Even tho its clean water getting sprayed by a toilet will still freak most people out.
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