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Badimo Washmate Portable Handheld Bidet
While in Indonesia, I learned to appreciate a bidet. At present, I am renting, and I did not want to do anything involving changing pipes, washers..., so I purchased this portable version. I was so pleased with it, I bought another. I keep one at the office, and one at home. I travel by public transportation, and I don't want to carry it back and forth. I use wet-wipes in public facilities. Bidets are refreshing, and a way to ensure personal hygiene. I think when Americans learn more about them, it will become popular here in the USA as well.
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Initial post: Apr 13, 2011 10:54:55 AM PDT
Yes indeed....what's up with us Americans? Our mothers don't know to teach us proper/efficient hygiene? I too have used the wet wipes for years...now to the bidet!
In reply to an earlier post on May 16, 2011 9:20:54 PM PDT
Matthew Watson says:
americans are totally phobic about their @sses. especially white americans. oh well.
In reply to an earlier post on May 17, 2011 9:02:57 AM PDT
smile....amusing comment....leaves me wondering how you came to conclude this.......even more amusing...smile
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 4, 2011 6:49:52 PM PDT
Jay Citizen says:
I think we Americans are so afraid we will be called a sissy Frenchman if we get caught using a bidet. Well I'm disabled and I think we are crazy for not having these absolutely everywhere! I like being totally clean, and these things do if for me.
I think it is especially disgusting that hospitals have no consideration for patients by not installing them everywhere. No one likes to ask the nurse to wipe one's butt.
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 4, 2011 7:02:22 PM PDT
Indeed.....I am a retired RN...always willing to help, but I too wonder at the 'mind' behind the lack of regard for simple commonsense, expected conveniences needed to meet basic needs, as you stated....guess someone thought...oh, heck, " let the nurse do it..what do we pay them for!".....lol
In reply to an earlier post on Jun 4, 2011 7:11:19 PM PDT
Jay Citizen says:
I for no other reason than reducing the nurses work load and making hospitals more efficient - maybe just one link in reducing over all cost of health care - besides giving the patient back their human dignity!
Okay - I'm off my soapbox! HA! Thanx for the reply sewcrazy!
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