Depending on where you are travelling from, bidets or other water hoses may already be common; for some, the toilet hose, affectionately known as the ‘bum gun’ by many travellers in the region, may be a completely foreign concept.
Which country uses bidets the most?
Bidets are popular in Italy, Portugal, Japan, Argentina, and Venezuela.
Do Westerners use bidet?
Yes, some Western countries use bidets. For those that don’t, they prefer toilet paper. Having dealt with both, they each have their attractions. Toilet paper has a lower installation cost and lower obvious maintenance cost.
What countries use bidets instead of toilet paper?
France, Portugal, Italy, Japan, Argentina, Venezuela, and Spain: Instead of toilet paper, people from these countries (most of them from Europe) usually have a bidet in their washrooms. A bidet like a toilet, but also includes a spout that streams water like a water fountain to rinse you clean.
Can you poop in a bidet?
Yes, you can poop in a bidet! Bidet toilets, bidet seats, and bidet attachments all use a traditional-style toilet to flush waste away. Our bidet toilets are an integrated all-in-one system, and our bidet seats and attachments connect to an existing toilet, so pooping in them is not a problem at all – it’s the point!
Do bidets spray poop everywhere?
Do bidets splash water and poop everywhere? Bidets do not splash everywhere. Most modern bidet toilet seats provide a very accurate and repeatable stream of pressurized water right where you need it. In addition, many bidet toilet seats provide an adjustable water nozzle so you can optimize the location of the jet.
Do Chinese not use toilet paper?
Most public restrooms in China do not provide any toilet paper, while others provide a common roll for visitors to use. According to a China Radio International report, the Temple of Heaven Park has supplied toilet paper in its public toilets for the last 10 years, but found that supplies were quickly exhausted.