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Old 04-14-2016, 09:25 PM   #21
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ice cold water on Me Butt
As a fellow plumber of Celtic origins I say, you needn't worry about yer butt lad. Be more worried about that "wee" Willy God blessed ya with.
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In southeast asia they use those to wash after doing their business because the sewer system can't handle toilet paper. They are referred to as bum guns.
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Where is the backflow protection?

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customer i have tommorow has this lol. ill take pics
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AVB won't work with a control valve downstream. Double check with an atmo vent.

Possible submergence into a water closet not good. High Hazard
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There is none. It's just a tee that you can turn off. My wife just leaves it on all the time. In my own house my wife gets what she wants (within reason).
I'd sure like to see the insurance request for damages when the hose breaks and no-body is home for a few hours.
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I have used them as a bidet and they clean great. Most I'm familiar with are built crummy and hard as I tried I couldn't find a good way to install a back flow protector.

You better believe I'd be useing a sprayer like that before I would ever go back to toilet paper.

It's a clean thing.........sorry to say you wouldn't understand!
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