Many countries don’t use toilet paper because it doesn’t actually clean anything. So they used water instead. Bidets, sprayers, washlets and tabots.Many countries don’t use toilet paper list below

For example: If you would have poop on your leg or arm. Would you just wash it with paper? Right, so using water will not only be cleaner, it’s also healthier. Toilet paper contains formaldehyde and bleach, which can irritate the skin.So, Many countries don’t use toilet paper because it doesn’t actually clean anything. So they used water instead. Bidets, sprayers, washlets and tabots.

and people who use bidets have fewer urinary tract infections

Going paperless is also great for the environment

WE CUT DOWN 15 MILLION TREES EACH YEAR TO WIPE OUR BUTS

AND IT TAKES 37 GALLONS OF WATER TO MAKE EACH ROLL

THERE’S REALLY NO REASON NOT TO TRY IT

China and Korea

These countries don’t have toilet paper available, so if you insist on having it, bring your own! A little traveler size Kleenex in your pocket will go a long way.
It doesn’t actually clean anything. So they used water instead. Bidets, sprayers, wash lets, and tabots.

Paris, Amsterdam, and other big European cities

You often need to pay to ‘go’ in the public restroom. Or, alternatively, you may have to pay for the toilet paper or other toiletries. And there’s sometimes an attendant there that keeps the bathroom clean and supplied, so you’ll be expected to tip for their services.
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