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Old 03-07-2013, 09:09 PM   #15
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wouldnt it be easier and cheaper to just have someone use it before you ?
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Old 03-09-2013, 03:59 PM   #16
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Try this it has worked for my disabled step son when he travels with us at times.

Hand Held Bidet I Bidet I Toilet Bidet

Hand held bidet, Toilet Bidet, Diaper Sprayer, Shattaf :: RinseWorks ::
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:07 PM   #17
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After visiting my son in Tokyo, where the hotel had Toto toilets with the bidet seat, I got one for my home in Nevada. I have read the various posts about a bidet for your coach. Some have been very funny. Now, I am dead serious here, I found a perfect, low tech, cheap solution for putting a "bidet" in my motorhome. I was at Home Depot over the weekend and a garden sprayer caught my eye because the wand had a tip that curved. It was a 3.8 liter "Flowmaster". Only 20 bucks. The spray can be adjusted from a mist to a straight stream. So, this morning, I filled 'er up with warm water and retired to the John for my morning routine. After business was done, I used the spray wand (it's not hard to picture, believe me--) and from the front, went to work. It worked like a charm and cleaned things up just as well as my bidet seat. I had it adjusted to a stream. Just a few squares of paper for a wipe check and all was good with the world. Now, all I have to do is think up a good excuse for the wife as to why an insecticide sprayer is in the motorhome bathroom! I would NOT suggest you try it out with a sprayer you have in the garage that was used for insecticides etc. Spring for a new one and if it doesn't work like I described, take it back to the store.
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Old 07-02-2013, 12:24 PM   #18
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That's why some coaches have outside showers.

We use baby wipes and they are very effective. Take up less room too.

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....Spring for a new one and if it doesn't work like I described, take it back to the store.
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Yeah and explain to them how you were using it. <lol>
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