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Jeez we're off topic, and heading in a useless, non-sailing direction. Rants are fun of course, and this is the place for them!
On another forum (I think) someone floated the idea of using a bidete with a composting toilet.
- No TP, which is helpful.
- Somehow get the bidete water into the pee diverter. I'm sure that is solvable. On a custom design, an elongated seat would do it.
- They were suggesting that the pee baffle would just drain overboard, without holding. Not sure the cops will agree, but let's skip past that for the moment. Again, I can think of a few work-arounds.
Such a system could be very user friendly in some environments. Discuss!
If the preponderance of bidet toilet seats on my feeds is any indication, then you are onto something that is just around the corner in the marine industry. However, I can't see the design light in the tunnel, yet.
We installed a Toto seat in a property a couple seasons back. Very expensive but people love them. A friend had a dinner party and he couldn't stop talking about their new Toto toilet that his wife spent up towards 4K to install.
He insisted on escorting me to the loo and describing his new prize.
I think he was disappointed when I didn't sit on it. I in fact only wanted to blow my nose.
The cats out of the bag in the US. Generations of laughing at the bidet, we're finally coming around it seems.