I spend a lot of time talking with people about bidet seats and everything that comes with Bidets, which ranges from health issues, to caretaker and family issues and even the jokes about bidets. We talk about issues they or family members have physically or medically, the issues they have with their bidet seats, the issues they have with family and friends. These talks go beyond talking about just toileting issues and that comes with the territory of being an employee at Clear Water Bidets. One thing that was brought to light that almost everyone has in common is how alone all these people feel with their issues. There is no truth in that statement – they are not alone with any of these issues!
Introducing “Have a Good Bidet.”
This will be the beginning of a series of interview articles and testimonials by Clear Water Bidets explaining what people were experiencing and how it brought them to bidet seats. This will be where people will anonymously share what they were going through, what was going through their head and how they were able to move forward.
In the first edition of “Have A Good Bidet” we have
“Confessions of a former stinky butt-er”
If you’re wondering what a stinky butt-er is, it is an individual who has a foul odor around them due to their elimination system; think skid marks or flatulent [INSERT FUNNY/ COLORFUL EUPHEMISM ] This could be a person suffering from I.B.S., Crohn’s, Colitis, constipation, loose stool, or even a candida over growth.
I spoke with a woman who in fact was a former stinky butt-er, she had no idea she fell into that category until one day her husband said, “Honey, you need to do something about this.” She was mortified and devastated… Why had no one told her? How did she get to her 40’s and not know? Was this going on her entire life?
From there she began to try and remedy the situation by improving personal hygiene. This started by using wet wipes, which was a trial and error process. This situation was riddled with chemical rashes/burns and trying to plan the day around bowel movements to ensure the availability of a shower. She eventually found some hypo-allergenic, sent-free, low chemical wipe she was able to settle on. Then there is the issue of wet wipes not actually breaking down in your septic tank or sewer system. For more info click here. After almost a decade of this solution she got her first bidet seat and has never looked back. Her days are no longer riddled with thoughts of hygiene, self-worth or embarrassment. They are spent feeling cleaner and no longer worrying about personal hygiene. A bidet seat is a convenient and simple fix when you are a stinky butt-er. If you are interested in finding out more about bidet seats you can visit clearwaterbidets.com, of callus at 888-670-9389.