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Target and Walmart are reporting empty toilet paper aisles again.
Target and Walmart are reporting empty toilet paper aisles again.

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Save 20%: Ultra-cool bidet brand Tushy is in the midst of its Fyber Monday sale, which gets you 20% off its best-selling bidets, bamboo toilet paper, and more.


If asked, most of us would probably guess that the infamous toilet paper shortage was “a few months ago.” Weirdly enough, we’re only a few months away from the one-year anniversary of the whole mess.

Surprise, she’s back! Panic buying appears to be rearing up again as Target and Walmart report empty TP aisles. If you were one of the people fueling the rising search interest the first time around — and one of the people still Googling bidets now — Tushy’s extended Fyber Monday sale makes the purchase painless. You can save 20% sitewide, taking the best-selling Tushy Classic down to $89.

2020 is essentially the first time that bidets have actually caught on in America. The cleanliness, overall bum health, and eco-friendly aspects should be enough to give bidets a cool factor, but making the switch can quickly start to feel like too much effort.

Tushy’s bidets are far less intimidating than full toilet seat replacements that have buttons and a remote. The Tushy Classic attachment consists of a single white panel that sits subtly on the side of your toilet with your original toilet seat still in tact. A single knob is used to fine-tune the spray between “nozzle wash” to “bum wash” and the lever to adjust the angle. (The Tushy Spa, now $109, adds one more knob for temperature control.) No electricity or special plumbing is required.

It’s worth considering the amount of money a Tushy could save you over the years. When rounding up the best bidets in the TP famine, we did the math to calculate how much money people spend on TP each year. We found that the cheapest bidet on our list, the beloved Tushy, costs less than a six-month supply of toilet paper. 

Though bidets do use more water in the moment, a decreased demand for toilet paper could mean significantly less water being used to make that toilet paper. A single roll requires 37 gallons.

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