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Have you ever wondered why your teenage kids use so much toilet paper?

Entertainers will.i.am, Will Smith and Terrence Howard Ditch Toilet Paper

Even certain entertainers are finally coming out and telling us they need a better way of cleaning after the toilet.

In an Elle Magazine interview, will.i.am discussed his use of wet wipes saying, “Get some chocolate, wipe it on a wooden floor, and then try to get it up with some dry towels. You’re going to get chocolate in the cracks. That’s why you gotta get them baby wipes.”

Ok, he’s only discovered wet wipes so far. But it’s a step in the right direction.

Terrance Howard also said in his Elle Magazine interview, “If they’re using dry paper, they aren’t washing all of themselves. It’s just unclean. So if I go in a woman’s house and see the toilet paper there, I’ll explain this.”

And not forgetting, Will Smith. In a BBC interview, Will said, “When I experience something that’s special and incredible, I like to share it with people. Anyone who’s using dry toilet paper, you’re really not doing yourself the true service.”

I’m pretty sure all three of these entertainers would love the effectiveness of a bidet sprayer. But it’s great they’ve finally realised toilet paper is NOT getting them properly clean.

“End your family’s toilet paper pain and suffering today and install a bum gun so they can get ‘shower-fresh’ clean after every toilet visit!”

So Who Uses The Most Toilet Paper?

A little-known fact is that female teens are by far the biggest users of toilet paper.

Researchers say female teens can easily go through a roll of toilet paper about 6–8 times faster than a male teen.

I have had customers tell me that one female teen in their house can go through as much as 1 or 2 rolls per day at some times during the month.

With two female teens and mum in the house, then you could easily be going through a huge bale of toilet paper every week.

A needless waste of money, for a product that has been taken over by modern developments in technology.

So Where Does All That Toilet Paper Go?

For a start, females use way more toilet paper than guys, pretty much as a rule, often because of menstruation.

Perhaps the biggest reason for the high rate of toilet paper usage among female teens is that there are so many changes going on in their bodies.

Every female wants to feel clean when having their periods and are desperate to feel fresh between tampon or pad changes.

Obviously, it’s not always possible to have a shower during the day, which is one of the main reasons the bidet sprayer was invented. With this clever device, ladies can clean front and back while sat on the toilet and practically still fully clothed.

It is completely natural to want to feel “shower fresh” clean throughout the day.

Having lived in Thailand for a lot of my adult life, where the bidet sprayer is present in almost every bathroom, I still find it extremely strange that the western countries have still not caught up with this invention yet.

Perhaps 2019 will be the year Americans, Brits, Australians etc wake up and ditch toilet paper.

What about bacteria coming through toilet paper?

Like most people, you probably only use a thickness of a few sheets to wipe yourself.

But research tells us that the germs in faeces come through as many as 10 sheets of toilet paper, so correct hand hygiene has never been more important.

“Did you know there is at least 0.1 gram of faecal matter in the average pair of underwear of a toilet paper user?”

If you think 0.1 grams doesn’t seem like much, do you realise that equates to 100 million E. coli bacteria floating around in the average washing machine? If five underpants are in the wash, then make that 500 million E. coli bacteria floating around among the blouses, and handkerchiefs.

Perhaps many female teens are aware of this fact, hence why you use more toilet paper than males.

Plus females care more about preventing skid marks in their underpants than males according to my research.

End Your Embarrassing Skid-Marks This Year

At the end of the day, your family members rely on YOU to make the RIGHT decisions about their health and well-being.

And let’s face it, you work far too hard, and have so many things to sort out in your life. You shouldn’t have to worry about the state of your underpants.

If you’re worried about using more water. Don’t. Just check this post where I cover everything about water…

I know you’re probably also thinking toilet paper isn’t all that bad.

You’ve used toilet paper all your life…

Why can’t your kids?

BUT, that’s not a smart reason for continuing to use toilet paper.

Your loved ones deserve the best!

The Future of Bathroom Hygiene

Your family’s №1 desire is to feel “Shower Fresh Clean”, with no broken skin and pain…after every toilet visit…

And that’s where The Bum Gun bidet sprayer performs majestically!!

Here’s to a cleaner and happier 2019 for you and all your family…

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