Coronavirus (COVID-19) panic is at an all-time high, as people across the nation rush to their local grocery store in pursuit of necessities to stock up on. Ironically, the most sought after of these necessities? Toilet paper. All over the country, stores are reporting a toilet paper frenzy, (though supplies report there is not an actual shortage of toilet paper) with little to no reasoning behind the mass purchases people are making. Some stores have actually had to limit the number of toilet paper packs people can buy!
If you're someone who didn't have the foresight to stock up on your TP before the rest of the world did, you can't feel too bad about it — these are uncharted waters! Thankfully, you don't have to resolve to campground toilet paper (read: leaves from the tree outside your kitchen window) just yet. Many far more dignified societies left toilet paper in the dust years ago, switching to bidets.
A bidet, for those of you who are wondering, is a contraption that sprays you off when you're done using the toilet.
Don't think too hard about it — just accept it for what it is.
While the thought of using a bidet instead of toilet paper makes many of us shocked and appalled, this idea is not a new one. Again, other countries have been doing this for a while! Looks like our fellow, toilet-paper-hoarding Americans are forcing us to follow suit.
If you're just getting into the bidet game, this is the bidet for you! You can install it in under 10 minutes, choose the color that suits your fancy, and not worry about cleaning it (since it comes with a self-cleaning nozzle).
OK so say you don't really want a bidet quite yet. That's OK, to each their own! At least add a toilet stool to your bathroom's accessories, to elevate the experience.
If you're fully ready to take the plunge and commit to a bidet, this is the only option. Temperature control, pressure, and angle settings, and the same easy installation as the classic — this super fancy bidet will soon become the topic of all your dinner parties (after it saves you from this toilet paper crisis we're facing).