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    Portable Bidet

    Hi,

    Does anyone have experience of using a bowl type portable bidet that fits inside the toilet?
    I have to purchase one and wondered about any pitfalls.

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    I see you live in Spain. What you really need is a chair with a toilet seat that a bowl sits in but it wouldn't be a bidet just an accessible loo. Is that what you mean?

    http://www.livingmadeeasy.org.uk/per...de-chairs-622/

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    No. I mean a bowl with a lip around the outside that will fit into the lavatory seat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heather Reed View Post
    No. I mean a bowl with a lip around the outside that will fit into the lavatory seat.
    Heather, sweetheart, why would you want to replace the hole on a lavortory seat with another hole in a bucket. If you mean replace the lavourtory seat hole with a bidet - no it doesn't exist too my knowledge. However, when I was in Japan 8 years ago the hotels had electronic tilets with a programmable toiltet! You could electronically flush the toilet, decide what temperate the seat should e to suit you. It included a bidet and blow dry. Is that what you're looking for I wonder.

    Check this out . . . http://www.flickr.com/photos/lhoon/289775651/

    Or . .

    http://www.healthandcare.co.uk/bidet...FQUOfAoddWbzlg

    No doubt you'll feel flushed with success after reading this. Enjoy.

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    Although we have no experience of possible pitfalls in actual use these maybe what you are describing Portable bidet bowl

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    Quote Originally Posted by administrator View Post
    Although we have no experience of possible pitfalls in actual use these maybe what you are describing Portable bidet bowl
    Well done admin now that is a result and so cheap.
    Are we allowed to ask what your name is. I know your position is suppose to be shrouded in mystery. But it would be nice to put a name to the face. Makes it more human when we're chatting.

    And, on behalf of our team, keep up the good work.

    PS I'll try to improve my spelling next time. lol

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    Hi,
    Thank you to the Administrator - I have now ordered a portable bidet which is winging it's way to Spain.
    Lighttouch I am now indeed flushed with succes!!!
    Many thanks,
    Heather

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    Whilst this topic is here I would just like to mention that there is a toilet in the Uk called a clos-o-mat toilet. This will wash and dry after use if needed.
    Sea Queen

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    I followed this Thread, sadly had nothing to contribute. I have found it interesting & though I hope I do not need it, I have learnt something.
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    Bottoms up!

    Well this thread has been an insight into something I hadn't given much thought too. But I'm glad that Heather's question was answered so effectively.

    I propose a toast to admin for services rendered. Cheers and bottoms up!

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