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toilet gloves

stock gloves and take care of business with them
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These gloves would be waterproof at first but with prolonged contact with water would totally dissolve. They would be stocked in a water-tight container by the toilet. Combine with delayed flush for better hygene.
Voice, Mar 10 2012

J toilet http://www.google.c...13&biw=1366&bih=537
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       (I've come to the conclusion that) European bidets have a nice neat pile of reuseable (ie: washable) small washing cloths piled(sorry) next to them. Better surely.
FlyingToaster, Mar 10 2012
  

       One Japanese toilet pic, see link. Cycles the water coming in to fill the cistern through a pipe which flows out into a basin on the cistern and then into the cistern.   

       Ergo, saves water and you can wash your hands at the same time. I have no idea why these don't exist outside Japan...
not_morrison_rm, Mar 11 2012
  
      
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