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Eco Portable Personal Bidet with Directed Jets use most water or coke bottle

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Eco Portable Personal Bidet with Directed Jets and you can use nearly any water or coke bottle. No more toilet paper flushing down the loo. Saving the planet one less loo roll at a time. This is what 3D printing us all about.
This works best with a good quality bottle like an IPA bottle, just make sure oyu clean it out first, now that would be eye watering!!

I have designed this bidet with directed jets to make sure they squirt in the right direction and not up your back! Its more compact and also uses less water than other similar designs out there.

We are a bit squeamish in the West when talking about toilet habits but the simple fact is that we need to make a few changes to help the planet and this is a no brainer. I'm no eco warrior but even I was shocked when I found out a few facts about toilet paper.

Global demand for toilet paper consumes around 30,000 trees daily or 10 million trees yearly.

The process of cleaning and preparing pulp for toilet requires water, which is essentially wasted and harms the environment as well. In fact, 37 gallons of water (140 litres) is needed to manufacture a single roll of toilet paper.

I have printed this in both TPU* and PETG with any problems. I prefer the TPU print as its easier to get a good seal on the bottle.

*Top tip for printing anything needed to be watertight in TPU make sure you print nice and slow

0.4 Nozzle
0.2 Layer height
100% infill but doesn't really matter
No supports needed but it does depend on how rigid your TPU is. MY TPU is quite rigid.

When printing in TPU keep the speed low 30 - 40mms

I shouldn't need to point this out but this is the internet of things and this device is for external use only. Enjoy!


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PETG or TPU *Top tip for printing anything needed to be watertight in TPU make sure you print nice and slow

0.4 Nozzle
0.2 Layer height
100% infill but doesn't really matter
No supports needed but it does depend on how rigid your TPU is. MY TPU is quite rigid.

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