Handheld bidet sprayers however hold the answer to a cleaner, healthier, and more convenient way of doing things. And installing one in your bathroom can prove to be very beneficial. This is especially true for the elderly, young children, and people with mobility issues. Imagine the pleasant feeling of using a fully controllable high-pressure spray to immediately clean everything off. No, toilet paper reach around needed, and no doubts about the effectiveness of the clean.
Bidet sprayers, also known as handheld bidets, are types of bidets that come in the form of a short hose with a handheld nozzle. Think of a garden hose with a spray gun and you will get a general idea. These little units are becoming more and more popular due to their low cost, easy installment, and money-saving capabilities. And, believe it or not, they can reduce your toilet paper spend by 80% to 100%! What is warming though is knowing that using a bidet sprayer is saving trees, animal habitats, and is the environmentally right thing to do.
The people who were reading and giving feedback on natural cleaning posts were leaving valuable feedback on what worked for them. So the next thing I did was to start using those natural cleaning recipes to see what worked for me. The results have been fantastic and I would like to share them with you.
College students typically live extremely busy, stressful, and multitasked lives but are asking how to go zero-waste in college. Packed full of helpful tips and advice, this is your one-stop guide to a zero-waste college lifestyle that also promises to reduce stress and increase your enjoyment.
Vinegar is mentioned as the, “go to,” cleaner in virtually all the posts and videos you will ever see on the subject of natural cleaners; however if used incorrectly it quite literally has the power to kill you! In this post I will enlighten you to the dangers of five things that you should never mix with vinegar when cleaning.