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  1. Mindi
    April 27, 2018 @ 3:09 pm

    Hi! I love this unique product! I have never considered how convenient this would be for trips.I thought this was just something that was a luxury to have at home. I am curious though, is this item easy to carry on everyday outings or is it more for when you are away on vacation or business trip?


    • Advance My House
      April 28, 2018 @ 5:50 pm

      Hi, Mindi. Thank your for your comment and your questions…

      Unfortunately, the Easy Giggles Bidet Spray is not meant to be carried on trips or vacations.

      It’s really meant to be used at home and should be installed in your bathroom beside the toilet.

      It sounds to me like you are looking for a travel or a portable bidets.

      Check out our recent article about the top travel bidets here and also our post on potable bidets here.

      This should help you out, however, do let me know if you need any help with choosing the one that’s best for you.


  2. John
    April 29, 2018 @ 8:34 pm

    Hi! I haven’t tried this particular bidet before, But it seemed like something I can try out since I can just buy and place it in my bathroom. The product also seems convenient just that it could be hard to use, what if I had a soap or any slippery substance on my hand, how can I handle such. That aspect should be worked on though. Thanks


  3. Marita
    May 1, 2018 @ 9:30 pm


    This is definitely helpful for families with babies and young kids.

    It will remove the hassle of washing and not removing the stains 100% when using the washing machine. And in the long run, it is economical so they don’t have to buy disposable diapers all the time.

    Definitely more hygienic as well.

    Thanks for the information.



  4. Matt's Mom
    May 3, 2018 @ 7:51 pm

    What a great and novel idea! I am wondering, if once your children are out of diapers can this be easily removed or can it be used for anything else? I know you would not want to use it for washing, but are there other possible uses for it? I like to think ahead 🙂


    • Advance My House
      May 5, 2018 @ 11:32 am

      Great question, Matt’s Mom!

      Yes, this easy giggles bidet spray can be easily removed if you like, however, it’s recommended to leave it as is.

      It can also be used as a hand-held bidet sprayer or used to clean your toilet – it’s very useful.


  5. Jyl
    May 4, 2018 @ 11:53 pm

    It’s fantastic to see that people are going back to using cloth diapers, or terry-towelling nappies as we say here in the UK 🙂 They’re way more environmentally friendly, and it’s all about the future these days. This wee gadget is perfect for those who use the cloth versions and who don’t want to be rinsing them out in the sink. Just a quick question… can this be attached to anything other than a bidet? Say, a bathroom sink for example?


    • Advance My House
      May 5, 2018 @ 11:27 am

      Hi, Jyl,

      This Easy Giggles Cloth Diaper Bidet is designed to be attached to a conventional/traditional toilet (not a bidet toilet)

      It’s best when it is attached to or near your toilet for cleaning soiled cloth diapers, used as a hand-held bidet sprayer or as a toilet cleaner.

      I wouldn’t recommend attaching it to a bathroom sink.


  6. Erick
    May 10, 2018 @ 3:12 am

    I can’t imagine being at that stage of my life but eventually I know it will happen. Thanks for sharing this review on The easy giggles bidet spray, seems something to try after all its for the benefit of saving money I don’t see why not to invest in one of these.


  7. Win Bill Huang
    May 16, 2018 @ 12:01 pm

    Actually, I have heard of cloth diaper sprays before. They are pretty good inventions, because if your child happens to have pooped or had a diaper blowout on the diapers, you can clean out the diaper with this kind of spray without ever touching it.

    After you are done spraying it, you simply dump it into the diaper pail and move on with your life. I am personally not a cloth diaper user, but I do have friends that swear by them. They are not working so they have all the time in the world to dedicate themselves to it.

    Telling about the easy giggle bidet sounds pretty cool. I do have a question though. Do you have something to recommend for parents who happens to have a diaper blowout during a visit to a friend’s house? It would be nice to include a recommendation for that too.


    • Advance My House
      May 16, 2018 @ 12:01 pm

      Hey, Win,

      Thanks for your comment.

      Actually what I recommend for parents in the first place to prevent diaper blowouts are cloth diapers. Parents who made the switch usually experience no blowouts and no more leaks.

      The BumGenius diapers (click here to check price on Amazon) is highly recommended, so feel free to tell your friends about them.

      I hope this helps out.


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