Friday, October 1, 2010

In a Rush, Help the Flush!

In a Rush, Help the Flush!

I can’t be the only one. You know, "here I sit all broken hearted......" How many times have you gone to the bathroom and realized that this was going to take some time? And time was something you didn’t have? I know it has to have happened to you too and either nothing happens at all or maybe too much happens and you get up only to realize that you are going to have to head back right away. Nothing you can do right, just one of those things in life that we have to deal with? Wrong.

There is something you can do about it and not only is it a solution; it’s a wonderful, painless, drugless, secret (no one need know) solution. It’s called a Hand Bidet Sprayer. For me it’s as important (sometimes more so) as my toothbrush. I mean, would you consider wiping your mouth off with a napkin and leaving it at that as sufficient for cleaning your mouth? Yet that is what we do with our posteriors, wipe with toilet paper and get up and go…yuck! And what if as I said previously you aren’t completely done? Back you go and waste more time, toilet paper, and nerves! With a Hand Bidet Sprayer not only can you clean on the outside, in a vastly superior manner, but you can shoot a blast of water inside and get really clean and know that you are good to go for a while at least.

Just like brushing your teeth it feels great; lighter, fresher and safer! I can’t imagine going a whole day without brushing my teeth and if I go a whole day without a quick inside flush I feel the same uncomfortable sensation. Sounds strange? I bet, until you try it and then you will be hooked, but it’s a good, clean, healthy hook, guaranteed. Finally it makes cleaning the toilet itself a breeze also. Clean and green. See

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Bathroom Hygiene

Bathroom Hygiene
When talking about bathroom hygiene I can’t even remember what it was like to clean the toilet without a Bidet Sprayer, especially after eating one of those burrito specials and thinking I needed to notify the police for a bomb alert. It’s probably just that I blocked it out being that unpleasant. Even if someone, for some inexplicable reason like being tied to their old toilet paper only ways, didn’t want to use the Bidet Sprayer to clean themselves it is worth it’s weight in gold for the benefit of cleaning the toilet itself. Direct, controlled, blasts of water and you don’t have to worry about someone finding a mess left by you. And for regular house cleaning in and around the toilet it’s a dream!
Hygiene Benefits
Everyone knows that cleanliness is next to godliness but how can you consider yourself clean with wadded up handfuls of toilet paper? The answer is you can’t. You would never consider your hands clean in a million years if you just wiped them on a paper towel without using soap and water so how is it that people consider wiping poop off with paper is clean? Doesn’t make much sense does it?
Hygiene Technology
Most people don’t have the time or convenience to take a shower every time after using the toilet, to say nothing of the waste of water. A Hand Bidet Sprayer gives you superior washing ability with direct controlled water spray and you only use it where and as much as you need, no waste. See

Wednesday, December 2, 2009

“Money to Burn”

“Money to Burn”
When was the last time you heard that expression? He has money to burn. If you are anything like me it’s been a while. These days it seems even those who are considered well off are watching their expenses, and definitely not burning their money up.
There has never been more effort put into finding ways to save money from hybrid cars to solar panel power to coupon websites and the new ideas just keep coming.
The best new ideas are ones that allow you to save money and improve your quality of life at the same time. One new idea whose time has come is the hand held Bathroom Bidet Sprayer. Although not really new to the world it is relatively new to the western world simply because our plumbing has historically been so good that it was not felt to be needed. But of course adversity leads to creation and the high cost of toilet paper has lead to the realization that by spending under $50.00 on a Bidet Sprayer kit you can save money from now on with your toilet paper purchases. We’re not saying you shouldn’t buy toilet paper anymore, although you can just use a personal towel to dry off if you’d like) it’s just that you won’t need very much of it. You can even buy the really soft stuff and not feel guilty.
The really great thing about the bidet sprayer is that you don’t have to go without to save money like you normally would. No in fact you can even upgrade the toilet paper you do use. And not only do you save money but you are cleaner and healthier too! If that’s not enough to make you happy than add to it the fact that you are helping the environment without even trying by cutting down on the toilet paper use and therefore manufacture, which by the way uses allot more water than you will use to spray your tush. Finally you will also find the Bidet Sprayer makes cleaning the toilet bowl and around it much easier than it was before, a benefit that can be especially nice for those times when you ate that spicy burrito for lunch!
The Bidet Sprayer is not such a new and strange concept anymore that the shower is. It’s just a smaller, more portable and specific version of it. And once you’ve tried it you will wonder how you ever got by with just wadded up hands of toilet paper. So if you’re trying to think of something new to give for Christmas this year, give the gift that as they say; keeps on giving. Give them, and yourself, something that will save money forever and improve your lives. See:

Monday, June 15, 2009

Bidet vs. Hand Bidet Sprayer

Bidet vs. Hand Bidet Sprayer


There are many advantages of getting a hand bidet sprayer over the traditional bidet not the least of which is cost. Not only the cost of buying it which is substantial (for the full size bidet) but for the cost of installation also. With the hand bidet sprayer you don’t need a plumber to install it. Assuming you even have the space to fit one there are more additional compelling reasons not to.
For example stand alone bidets are simply not as effective at what they are supposed to achieve and that is cleaning your nether regions. The problem is two fold. One, they lack control as they are in a set position and mechanically controlled so you have less chance of getting to certain spots. Second the water pressure is considerably less so when cleaning your butt you may find that it has not really done the job. With the hand held sprayer you get complete control and better water flow which provides much better results.
Another often unthought-of aspect of the conventional bidet’s sprayer is that since the spray mechanism is mechanical and comes out underneath you there is the distinct possibility of residue falling on and staying on the sprayer from one use to the other, a most unpleasant thought. With the handheld sprayer not only does it NOT have to be directly beneath you (it more than likely will be held at a side angle since it’s in your hand) it is also extremely accessible for cleaning (it) and because of the greater water pressure and flow it tends to be more self-cleaning.
Then there is the maintenance aspect which I doubt many people want to try and figure out why the automated spray wand has stopped coming out on their conventional bidet whereas the potential problems with the hand sprayer are minimal and very easy to correct.
Finally there is the logistics in that most people only put a conventional bidet in their master bath whereas with the hand held bidet sprayer you can put them in all of the bathrooms so that everyone benefits. One reason for that is space, which usually only the master bath has enough room for the stand alone bidet. As you can see the hand held bathroom bidet sprayer is superior in every way to the conventional stand alone bidet, oh and I almost forgot…..who wants to get up and move from the toilet to another place to get clean anyways? That doesn’t seem like a very sanitary or efficient operation to me at all. See:

Friday, May 15, 2009

The Western Butt

 Americans are a very proud people, and rightly soAt times there are people who get indignant at the idea that their toilet paper is not adequate for cleaning up with because how can anyone suggest that our technology is inferior to another countries, especially some third world country?! The idea of using a Bathroom Bidet Sprayer incites furious outcries! But hear me out; nothing could be farther from the truth. Actually it is because our technology is so good, the best, that we find ourselves stuck with a method that is now antiquated and even potentially harmful. You see we have the best plumbing in the world and because of that we can flush massive amounts of toilet paper down the pipes with no problem (usually). Have you ever seen on of those vortex toilets? I swear I believe that if it got ahold of my leg it would take all of me down! Now take a look at the so-called third world toilets. The horror: a hole in the ground and no seat = the infamous “squat toilet”. Now these toilets cannot take massive amounts of toilet paper because they have no flusher, you have to poor water in them to make them work and even if there is any toilet paper(not usually) you are supposed to put it in a bin nearby, shudder. So they came up with the hand sprayer to get clean with. That way you need minimal toilet paper, or a towel since all you have to do is dry off.  Now I’ve heard all the snickers and comments about walking around with a wet spot on your pants and although humorous I’m afraid that’s all they are because it’s just not the case. And with a Hand Bidet Sprayer in the comfort of your own bathroom there is no concern whatsoever. If the French hadn’t been the one to invent the bidet and thereby tainted its image forever I believe these would be commonplace it the US and other western countries. But fortunately for us the less affluent countries came up with their less expensive take on the concept and as they usually do, improved on it, because the hand bidet sprayer works much better than the traditional bidet. This is an idea who’s time has come. At they have the best selection and quality of hand bidet sprayers available. They provide a kit for easy installation without a plumber. You owe it to yourself, and your family, to check it out. It's your life, make it the best it can be.  

Monday, May 4, 2009


The term hemorrhoids refers to a condition in which the veins around the anus or lower rectum are swollen and inflamed.

Hemorrhoids may result from straining to move stool. Other contributing factors include pregnancy, aging, chronic constipation or diarrhea, and anal intercourse.
Hemorrhoids are either inside the anus—internal—or under the skin around the anus—external.
The best way to prevent hemorrhoids is to keep stools soft so they pass easily, thus decreasing pressure and straining, and to empty bowels as soon as possible after the urge occurs. Exercise, including walking, and increased fiber in the diet help reduce constipation and straining by producing stools that are softer and easier to pass.    
One physiological fact that is known about enlarged hemorrhoids that may be relevant to understanding why they form is that the pressure is elevated in the anal sphincter, the muscle that surrounds the anal canal and the hemorrhoids. The anal sphincter is the muscle that allows us to control our bowel movements. It is not known, however, if this elevated pressure precedes the development of enlarged hemorrhoids or is the result of the hemorrhoids. Perhaps during bowel movements, increased force is required to force stool through the tighter sphincter. The increased shearing force applied to the hemorrhoids by the passing stool may drag the hemorrhoids downward and enlarge them.                                                                                               
How are hemorrhoids prevented?                                    

What causes hemorrhoids?      

It is not known why hemorrhoids enlarge. There are several theories about the cause, including inadequate intake of fiber, prolonged sitting on the toilet, and chronic straining to have a bowel movement (constipation). None of these theories has strong experimental support. Pregnancy is a clear cause of enlarged hemorrhoids though, again, the reason is not clear. Tumors in the pelvis also cause enlargement of hemorrhoids by pressing on veins draining upwards from the anal canal.
*How are hemorrhoids treated?                                                                                                  
*General measures: 
It is believed generally that constipation and straining to have bowel movements promote hemorrhoids and that hard stools can traumatize existing hemorrhoids. It is recommended, therefore, that individuals with hemorrhoids soften their stools by increasing the fiber in their diets. Fiber is found in numerous foodstuffs including fresh and dried fruits, vegetables, grains, and cereals. Generally 20-30 grams per day of fiber are recommended whereas the average American diet contains less than 15 grams of fiber. Supplemental fiber (psyllium, methylcellulose, or calcium polycarbophil) also may be used to increase the intake of fiber. Stool softeners and increased drinking of liquids also may be recommended. Nevertheless, there is no strong, scientific support for the benefits of fiber, liquids, or stool softeners.               

Bathroom Bidet Sprayer and Hemorrhoids:
The primary benefit the hand bidet sprayer gives you with hemorrhoids is the ultimate in simplicity; it allows you to get clean with minimum contact and irritation. Continual rubbing with toilet paper can irritate the skin and increase the incidence of hemorrhoids. A second benefit can be achieved by using the sprayer as a sort of home made gentle colonic by shooting a burst of water up the pipes. Yes that’s right; I said spray inside, not outside. It’s similar to an enema and the benefits you can get from one but at warp speed. This way you can get things looser and moving (without getting graphic here) and thereby also help lesson hemorrhoids because you are not pushing so hard and so long. “Oh what a relief it is” See:

Friday, March 27, 2009


The amount of toilet paper used every year in the US is staggering. At a time when record numbers of people are losing their jobs wouldn’t it be wonderful to find a way to save money and also help our environment at the same time? And what if this “way” also helped us, in terms of health, hygiene and even made us feel good? Well the way to do that is to get a Bathroom Bidet Sprayer.             

We use 36.5 billions rolls of toilet paper in the U.S. each year, this represents at least 15 million trees pulped. This also involves 473,587,500,000 gallons of water to produce the paper and 253,000 tons of chlorine for bleaching purposes. The manufacturing process requires about 17.3 terawatts of electricity annually. Also, there is the energy and materials involved in packaging and transporting the toilet paper to households across the country.   

Toilet paper also constitutes a significant load on the city sewer systems, and water treatment plants. It is also often responsible for clogged pipes. In septic systems, the elimination of toilet paper would mean the septic tank would need to be emptied much less often.                                                                                                                
Basically, the huge industry of producing toilet paper could be eliminated through the use of bidets(at least most of it). Instead of using toilet paper, a bidet sprayer cleans your posterior using a jet of water. You can use toilet paper to dry off with, which would be a fraction of your normal use, or you can use a towel which actually works even better.                                                                                      
Most of us can't imagine living without toilet paper. The average American uses over 100 single rolls—about 21,000 sheets—each year.
One common suggestion is for people to switch to recycled toilet paper
This is an easy one that you won’t even have to suffer for! If every household in America switched out just ONE roll of regular TP for recycled TP, we would:
Save 470,000 trees,

Use 1.2 million cubic feet LESS landfill spaceSave about 169 million gallons of water                         
Now imagine how many trees would be saved if you didn’t use toilet paper at all?! 
The biggest drawback with that is that many people complain the recycled paper is not as soft, it can also cost more. But it you use the Bathroom Bidet Sprayer first you won’t have to feel bad about the small amount of toilet paper you may still use.                                           No top-selling household paper product uses recycled content, and activists believe that the industry prefers it that way — stocking store shelves with brands that compete over softness, a quality that comes from virgin tree fiber.
“We know people care about the environment,” says Darby Hoover, an NRDC staffer, but many consumers still don't realize they have a choice.
Recycled paper also can cost more because the market for it now is small. But what's the potential payback for switching? Seventh Generation, one of the largest recycled producers, estimates that:
·                     One million trees would be saved if every U.S. household replaced just one 250-count package of virgin fiber napkins with 100 percent recycled ones.
·                     544,000 trees would be saved by replacing a 70-sheet roll of virgin fiber paper towels.
·                     424,000 trees would be spared by replacing a 500-sheet roll of virgin fiber toilet paper.
·                     170,000 trees would be saved by replacing one 175-count box of virgin fiber facial tissue.
Finally, do the math. How much would you save each week and then month if you stopped buying toilet paper completely? And this saving will just keep going on and on.
So let’s look at this again: You can get a superior cleaning method for you and your family with a Hand Bidet Sprayer. It has several health benefits. You can help the environment in a big way and not just today or this month but forever by lowering the number of trees cut down and used for toilet paper. You also will be helping to lower the amount of electricity used in the manufacturing process and the chemicals (read: and our dependence on imported oil here) that can pollute our world. It saves you money everyday and every month from now on and finally it just plain feels good!  What are you waiting for?