In a lot of places around the world, the toilet paper is the instinctive way we go about cleaning our bums and privates after we go to the bathroom. However, toilet paper is not only bad for the environment due to the fact that it is made of paper, but it is also not particularly hygienic compared to washing it with water.
However, installing a bidet system in your home can sometimes be a bit expensive, but the good news is that if you’re willing to spend $80, you might be interested in a portable bidet system called Sonny. Launched on Indiegogo, this is a bidet system that is small enough for you to bring with you on the go, so if you’re the kind of person who’s fussy about where they do their business, this should help somewhat.
According to its creators, Sonny will offer up three different types of sprays, depending on your personal preference and needs. It will feature an anti-bacterial coating and can be easily cleaned using soap or light detergent. It will also last for about 3 weeks on a single charge and can be easily refilled as long as you have a water source nearby.
The fact that it has also been stylishly designed helps as it doesn’t necessarily look like a bathroom product. We can’t speak to the effectiveness of the Sonny, but if you’re interested, $80 seems like a pretty decent investment to find out.