Every time I travel overseas, from my home base in India, I’m distressed by the thought of having to use only toilet paper to clean up below the belt.

It’s gross, uncomfortable, and a lot less effective than using a bidet or a handheld water spray – the latter of which is fairly common in Indian cities, as well as in Japan.

Granted, it isn’t easy to start a bidet spray revolution across the world, because that would require having new plumbing and fittings installed.

But there’s a glimmer of hope in the form of Sonny, an electronic portable bidet spray that’s currently crowdfunding on Indiegogo.

The $89 device – which appears to be about as long as a 500ml water bottle – charges via USB and houses a cartridge that you can fill with water from a tap.

The company notes that in addition to making your ablutions more hygienic, it’ll also help you reduce your impact on the environment by cutting down drastically on your toilet paper usage.

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