Oh , hey guys , welcome to my bathroom in Europe and otherwise known as a water closet .
So we've been thinking about doing this video for a while because coming from America , there are a few different things in the bathrooms or water closets or toilets , uh , in Europe , that may be different from the US .
So the first thing is you got your toilet and normally in every bathroom , there are two buttons to flush your toilet .
There's a smaller button and normally a bigger button to keep it simple .
The smaller button is for number one and the bigger button gives a little more flushing power for number two .
All right , that's pretty simple .
Next to the toilet , you're almost always gonna have this other device , funny looking toilet .
It's called a bad day .
So let's see if we know what the beet is for Kenzie .
What do you use the beet for ?
Well , I mean , everybody knows you put your foot in it with your shoe on and then you , your shoe cleaner .
Um , a nice try but Parker , what do you think ?
It's a cool and clean ?
A what ?
A cooling cleaner ?
Well , Parker is left to not pretty close to being right .
So , the bad day you , we , most adults kind of know what they are , but we really don't know how to use them .
And I know I didn't know how to use it really as well either , but I've tried a couple of times and I think I've figured it out .
So you turn it on like a faucet , there's cold and warm and sometimes there's a removable nozzle .
But you're basically just sit on it after you get the water to the right temperature you want .
And then you can , let's say , clean yourself up and wash yourself up , uh , in the water .
So that's supposed to be a little bit better than just using toilet paper when you're done .
There's normally a towel , but this is one of the smaller bathrooms that we've had in Europe next to the be where you can wipe your hands and your , uh , nether regions , I guess .
So , the big key point is if you see a towel next to the bede in any of the bathrooms that you go to do not think that's a hand or face towel , it's not all right .
Aside from the day , the flushing buttons , there's another important thing to note in a lot of European bathrooms .
I don't know how to say this , but sometimes when you go , number two , uh , the way that toilets are designed , uh , let's say the number two doesn't always go directly into the water .
So you may leave some markings if you will on the porcelain of the toilet .
So next to every toilet , there is what we call a poo brush .
So sometimes out of respect for others using the bathroom after you , you may have to take the poo brush and maybe just do a little clean up in the toilet .
Uh So as to not leave any remnants of , let's say number two and then obviously be sure to please wash your hands .
Um Lastly , let's see , bathrooms , normally not in this bathroom , there's a washer in the bathroom .
So you do your laundry in the bathroom as well .
So that's another um different characteristics in the bathroom uh in Europe .
And then our washer is actually downstairs in our other bathroom .
And then lastly when you're taking showers , there's usually typically depending on where you're at , maybe only 20 minutes of hot water .
So if the little ones take a long shower , you may want to limit them because if you're going to take a shower next , you may not have any hot water .
So that's the ins and outs of uh bathrooms in Europe .
And I hope that that may help you out on your next trip to Europe .
And as a disclaimer , Brooke wanted nothing to do with this video .
She's behind the camera right now and I don't blame her .
So thanks for joining us and thanks for escaping the bubble from my Euro bathroom .