Tushy portable bidet review


Take the TUSHY Portable Bidet to work, college, or even that all-too-expensive festival you just can't avoid buying tickets for. The TUSHY portable bidet even goes where ever you do. It's perfect for travel, for use in the home, or when you need to take a quick shower before heading off to that important business meeting and the like. All you have to do is plug it into any standard wall outlet, turn on the soothing sounds, and sit back while the nozzle sprays warm water to your feet.

Tushy portable bidet

The Amazon bidet is a small, easy to store, and waterproof bidet that is perfect for any area that needs a quick clean and no fuss with toilet paper after. When you want a quick wash before hitting the sack, pull out the small, nozzle-less bidet that plugs right into the wall and start using your sink or the countertop instead. No more wiping around the sink to get every last bit of soap scum out of your clothes or being bothered by wet toilet paper any longer. The Amazon bidet's nozzle is designed to spray in a circular motion, so there's no mess left behind, and no more bathroom paper to worry about either. This bidet is also smaller than a standard bidet, but it still produces a powerful wash.

Tushy portable bidet

My original review of the Tushy Portable Bidet was that it seemed like it would not live up to its claims of being the easiest bidet on the market. However, after using my Amazon bidet for a month, I can honestly say that it is by far the easiest to use and most stylish bathroom bidets I've come across. With its smooth bamboo knob and non-electric motor, it is extremely easy to operate and does not require any electricity. Plus, the design of the nozzle makes cleaning after each use much easier, and no need to worry about residue building up on your toilet paper because of a dirty nozzle.

Tushy portable bidet

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