RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

Know that you can get a bidet attachment for you toilet that uses the bolt holes for the seat and taps into the water supply for the tank. Cost for the one my wife bought was less than $50.

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I will normally keep a towel or two handy for use around the house and for the deck if needed. I like to keep things as tidy as practical and the towels help in all aspects. Andyesour towel stack is quite large on wash day.

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RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

Know that you can get a bidet attachment for you toilet that uses the bolt holes for the seat and taps into the water supply for the tank. Cost for the one my wife bought was less than $50.

We have one as well. The bidet portion does shorten the effective length of the seat, so they work better with an elongated seat than a round one.

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We use towels at home all the time even on vinyl kitchen seats just to keep sweat and oils off the furniture. Even at nudist resorts when we camp we use towels on our camp chairs to keep sweat off of them. Being clean is a good start but just protecting the furniture is also nice to do.

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RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

Know that you can get a bidet attachment for you toilet that uses the bolt holes for the seat and taps into the water supply for the tank. Cost for the one my wife bought was less than $50.We have one as well. The bidet portion does shorten the effective length of the seat, so they work better with an elongated seat than a round one.

This may help for those shorter seats. There are hand held sprayer Bum Gun is one name. It looks similar to a kitchen sink sprayer but with a longer handle. I have one. if you are prone to skid marks, spray the crack clean then hold the sprayer tight to the sphincter, Relax and let a cup or so of water in, then push it out. If you flush before you do this, you may be surprised at how much you could not push out the first time. I find sometimes almost nothing, but then again other times "OMG why couldn't I push that out".

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Yes, very much so. I have many nudist friends. We all have our towels and stuff. I have a bunch of sheets that I bought that I put over the furniture when my nudist friends come over. All of us do this.

We also bring our own towels but generally, the host takes the precautions in our group.

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Private I always use towels when i get visitors. When invited i normally wait for the host to give a towel or when they are not having a towel for their own, i won't too. When in public settings i always take a towel or open bathrobe, at the wellness restaurant. Some resorts provide towels or beachtowels.

Personally I think it is more hygienic to have a towel. It makes me feel more comfortable,

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RE:Nudity and towels - Nonpublic settings

Know that you can get a bidet attachment for you toilet that uses the bolt holes for the seat and taps into the water supply for the tank. Cost for the one my wife bought was less than $50.

Looked into those but too many reviews and pictures of the supply hose rupturing kept me away from them. I'm old fashioned, when running supply lines to toilets and faucets I always use solid tubing, nothing to weaken over time due to temperature exposure or pressure, once they are tightened at each end and are not leaking you're finished. A peri bottle is cheaper, doesn't have leaking problems and you can fill it with water at whatever temperature you like.

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I'm old fashioned, when running supply lines to toilets and faucets I always use solid tubing, nothing to weaken over time due to temperature exposure or pressure, once they are tightened at each end and are not leaking you're finished.

Off topic, but interesting comment. My sister and a friend of our have both had their homes flood when solid tubing failed for their toilets. My sister said her insurance person and a plumber have both said they see solid tubing fail far more often.

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The bidet we have came with wire braided hose which is becoming more common from what I see in the plumbing department. I have some that has been in place for over fifteen years with no sign of leaks. Two of the new faucets I installed within the last few months have wire braided suppliy lines.

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