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Old 12-09-2012, 08:47 PM   #1
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why sprayer next to toilet?

Ok so this is clearly a dumb question, since I searched it on this forum and saw nothing. What is the sprayer for next to the toilet? We are still shopping or our first MH, as you can tell! It's probably not bedet apparatus!
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Old 12-09-2012, 08:51 PM   #2
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It is to help rinse the bowl
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Lol. I thought the same thing when we bought our first coach but you will find that it does come in handy at times. Just my 2-cents.
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most use it to fully rinse the bowl, when necessary. It sprays when you use the foot pedal AND hold in the "button" on the sprayer head itself.
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It is to help rinse the bowl
It will remove unwanted and unsightly deposits left in the bowl since there is no "swirling" action as in a residential toilet. IMHO it would not work very well as a bidet. I'm not saying it wouldn't work in an emergency but it would be difficult to say the least. Besides, our shower is just a step away
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Ok that made sense about there needing to be a sprayer because of no swirling action to rinse!
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The "bowl" is notorious for having things stick to the side. The sprayer is absolutely handy to make sure all the brown goes down.
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If you get really thirsty while you're sitting there you don't need to interrupt the important job to get some water...

Or if you're wrapped around the bowl after finishing off a bottle of Jameson's you can rinse your mouth out between spews...

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Wow!, that one brought tears of laughter !!!!!!!
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Our first motorhome didn't have the spray head, having one sure makes it easier to keep clean!
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"Sprayer" is just a polite name for skid mark remover..........
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If you get really thirsty while you're sitting there you don't need to interrupt the important job to get some water...

Or if you're wrapped around the bowl after finishing off a bottle of Jameson's you can rinse your mouth out between spews...

Must say I think this is the best answer I have heard
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