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bidet

A low, basin-like plumbing fixture on which the user sits; used to wash the posterior parts of the body.
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A big hardware store here says bidets are among its bestsellers.
Traffic congestion, along with Metro Manila's maze-like urban sprawl will leave you desperate to find a clean restroom and most important of all, the rare bidet," the app description read.
Fortunately again, President Uhuru Kenyatta, the man whose pen will decide if we will continue paying to have the legislators' backsides washed daily- for that is what bidets do- has already pronounced himself on the matter.
It is a handy portable bidet that easily clips to your toilet and washes your bum with a refreshing stream of clean water.
It could actually be free as, when benchmarked against alternatives, the savings you can make could save your hotel the entire cost of a normal bidet. Our product attaches directly to the toilet's water supply and typical bidet plumbing is eliminated while the air dryer cuts paper usage by more than half.
On the second ?oor there is a superb principle suite with bedroom, en suite bathroom with twin sinks, bath, wc and bidet.
A spokesman said: "Severn Trent is not calling customers to offer free bidets. Bogus callers, or distraction burglars, often claim to be from a utility company to gain access to a home and steal from it.
The museum also details how the bidet made its first appearance in 1701 in Versailles, France.
Justin Thomas, editor of the website metaefficient.com, considers bidets to be "a key green technology" because they eliminate the use of toilet paper.
American Bidet offers a range of options: Top-of-the-line "Deluxe Wash 'n' Dry" with hand- or foot-operated remote controls and warm air dryers costs $995, while the "Capri" and "Bidet-O-Matic," which are nonelectric attachments using warm or cold water, cost $175.
As for bidets, whenever I found these strange appliances in the houses of wealthy friends or relatives (not that we have many) I used to assume they were for washing your feet.
I understand that many of these new householders are having bidets installed.