COMMENT OF THE DAY: CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS “As a contractor I’ve learned the sprayer is installed as a matter of cultural/religious practices relating to cleanliness. What may seem odd to you or I is a necessity for some of our neighbors who want to follow their cultural practices.” [Senor, commenting on Houston Home Listing Photo of the Day: Diaper Duty]
Plus, it must make it so much easier to clean the toilet.
I have noticed a negative correlation between stalls/restrooms that have one of these and overall cleanliness. The same negative correlation exists for odor.
I just thought everyone who cares about hygiene has one of those Korean washlets, not whatever this weird spray thing is.
A bidet should never replace a daily shower. Like SOME countries seem to think.
It’s rare that everyone goes with one option on any topic. Some may use Korean washlets, some may use Japanese washlets, some may use a bidet with a basin, some may use a bidet like the one in the photo that these comments refer to, some may do something else or use none of the above.