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Clean Squeeze is a handheld bidet that lets you squeeze a bottle and enjoy a fresh, clean result when you are done. It uses a fresh stream of water to rinse you clean. The wand reaches behind naturally to give a helping hand at just the right angle. This is great for people who suffer from disabilities, IBS, or hemorrhoids. Also, it comes with a discrete case so that you can take it with you on the go.
The cost of Clean Squeeze is $10.00 plus $6.99 shipping. The special TV offer allows you to receive a second Clean Squeeze by paying the extra shipping fee of $6.99 for a total price of $23.98. This price was obtained from the As Seen on TV commercial page found at getcleansqueeze.com; however, the company has since ceased selling Clean Squeeze and has taken down the website. Clean Squeeze may still be found for sale on Amazon or Ebay.
Clean Squeeze is a new handheld bidet that allows you to clean up discreetly and effectively after using the restroom. Rather than paying to install a new bidet in your home, you can just use this one.
The unit is simple to use with a handle that pivots and conforms to the side of the bottle when not in use. You can take it with you anywhere by emptying it beforehand, filling it up before you go, and using it after you are done. The spraying nozzle pivots out with a special “J” shaped angle so that you can just turn it facing toward your back and spray. You will hit the target every time without ever making direct hand or nozzle contact. .
There are many conditions wherein dry toilet paper scratches against sensitive skin. What's more, wetting the toilet paper can be very messy. This is a nice, pain-free alternative for those who suffer from conditions like IBS.
The first step is to take the unit out and fill the bottle section with lukewarm water.
The second step is to pivot the nozzle away from the bottle so that you can turn it toward your rear end.
The third step is to give the bottle a light squeeze to get the water to spray through the nozzle. Be cautious here that you squeeze gently at first, to avoid over-spraying.
Due to the fact that you are holding the unit and squeezing, it can be messier than a traditional bidet. Normal bidets are constructed such that you are standing over the basin into which the dirty water falls as you clean yourself. With the portable construction, there is no basin built in so you have to sort of hover over an area that is hopefully large enough to catch the used water. For some people this might be the existing toilet or perhaps an adjacent bathtub.
If you are not careful with the spraying power, you might end up making a huge mess all over the bathroom floor and toilet. This takes practice, intimate knowledge of yourself and your bathroom layout, in addition to great balance.
Baby wipes have been around for decades and while typically reserved for babies, they are used heavily by military personnel in the field, in addition to home use. People who suffer from IBS, disabilities, or have hemorrhoids can use baby wipes as an easy and soft alternative to normal toilet paper. The downside here is that baby wipes are rather expensive and can end up costing quite a bit if you use the restroom often.
A built in bidet is a wonderful addition to the home for those who so desire it. However, the built in bidet is expensive if you do not already have one and might require expensive construction and restructuring to your restroom. What's more, you cannot take a built in bidet with you on the road.
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