Do they use bidets in Thailand?

In Thailand, it is common in both Western-style toilets and squat toilet installations. … Bidet showers are used by Muslims in Muslim countries and all parts of the Arab world as well as in Asia in order to cleanse themselves with water after using the toilet.

Which countries use bidet shower?

Bidets are popular in Italy, Portugal, Japan, Argentina, and Venezuela. According to The Atlantic, the bidet was invented in France in the 1600s and is used for cleaning the body after going to the bathroom.

Which country uses bidets the most?

Since its first days providing cleanliness for French royalty, the bidet has spread internationally. It is considered standard in many European countries, particularly in Italy and Portugal, as well as in South American countries like Argentina and Venezuela.

Do Westerners use bidet?

Yes, some Western countries use bidets. For those that don’t, they prefer toilet paper. Having dealt with both, they each have their attractions. Toilet paper has a lower installation cost and lower obvious maintenance cost.

Do bidets spray poop everywhere?

No, bidets don’t spray poop everywhere when you use them. Bidets use a concentrated stream of water specifically directed to cleanse your backside and genitals. The waste does not get sprayed all over. Think of it as a safe, spotless wash for your butt.

Can you poop in a bidet?

So, Can You Poop in a Bidet? Yes and no. If you have a toilet seat bidet, then yes, because it’s sitting atop a toilet bowl that’s capable of flushing your poo. But if it’s a standalone bidet, then please don’t defecate or even pee and throw your tissue in it.

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Do Chinese not use toilet paper?

Most public restrooms in China do not provide any toilet paper, while others provide a common roll for visitors to use. According to a China Radio International report, the Temple of Heaven Park has supplied toilet paper in its public toilets for the last 10 years, but found that supplies were quickly exhausted.

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