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What is a Bidet?
A bidet (pronounced "be-day") is a device that cleans one's rectal or **** area by directing a gentle stream of water. Most bidets are relatively expensive toilet-sized stand-alone units built into sufficiently large bathrooms. The bidet attaches to your existing toilet and provides the same benefits as the larger bidets, but without the bulky fixtures. Millions of people throughout the world use a bidet on a daily basis! Bidets are used by men, women, and children of all ages. Bidets are for anyone who wants to improve their personal hygiene. Everyone can benefit from using a bidet. Bidets are especially helpful to: people who are recovering from surgery; people who have physical disabilities; people with dexterity or other problems that limit their range of motion; people who have various medical conditions, such as hemorrhoids, diarrhea, dysentery, difficult bowel movements, or other ailments that involve the rectal or genital areas. Men and women who want better hygiene before or after sexual activities and women who want more effective feminine hygiene during monthly menstrual periods uses bidets as well.
on Jul 30, 2020
Roof leak on a cement tile roof.
Look for a crack in a tile, or a crack / missing cement in the ridge tiles. Water can travel a long way, so the best solution is to get inside the loft space when it is raining.
on Jul 23, 2020
What are some ways to repair your leaking toilet?
It depends on where it leaks. The wax ring that seals the toilet to the waste pipe could be old and dried out. The seal between the tank and the bowl could be old and dried out. The water supply line could be leaking.
If you want a stranger on the internet to offer you advice your question needs to be very specific. And you don't have a clue about toilets, best to call a plumber.
Sure this is fixable by a handy DIY person. But if that was you, then your question would have been more specific.
To know more about repair kits, check Best Toilet Repair Kits 2020
on Jul 22, 2020
Wedding Photography Tips
Try some different things with these basic however simple postures, for example,
Brow to temple,
Demonstrating the ring,
Sitting on lap,
Lying on backs,
Inclining in and strolling.
Source: Innovative Wedding Photographers Singapore kent wong
on Jul 18, 2020 | Home
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