Wiping Aid for Obese

Wiping aid for obese


  • Angled Nozzle
  • Portable
  • No need for power
  • Prevents haemorrhoids too


  • Bottom Buddy
  • Tissue / Wet Wipes
  • Release Button
  • Storage Bag


  • Freedom Wand
  • Tissue / Wet wipes
  • Release Button
  • Carry Bag

Toileting is such a broad topic. I’m almost sure you have never had to discuss with your friends how you wipe your but after taking a crap. It sounds shady to have such a discussion. The sad truth is that we have so many people out there who can’t wipe their bottoms with ease as you do. So who are these people? One major group that’s affected is the obese. These people have so much weight and inflated bodies, such that getting that tissue paper down there to wipe is an issue. Some don’t even wipe at all. This culminates to a foul smell that comes from their butts. In most cases, these people will need some help with wiping and most of them will go for a Wiping aid for obese. These are devices that are basically meant to hold the tissue and act as a hand extension to reach the butt. Here are a few examples of the basic wipes and toileting assists that can come in handy for you.

 Bottom buddy wiping aid for obese

This is a toileting aid that has been crafted to give you your toileting freedom once more. For the morbidly obese people, it’s very hard to reach all regions of their obese butts, and if they do, chances are very high that they will not wipe very effectively. The bottom buddy butt wiper has been made in a smooth curve that extends up to 11” to make sure that even with your “short hands”, you get to reach your butt and wipe effectively. This wiper is easy to use, fits so well into your palm and gives a perfect grip and to add on to that, it uses very little tissue. This means you won’t have to put so much tissue on the head. The best thing is it works well with both the tissue as well the wipes. Grab a bottom buddy and regain your toileting sovereignty.

Bidets and bidet attachments obese toileting aid

This is not really a bottom wiper, but it can also be termed as a Wiping aid for obese. Bidet attachments have picked up and gained a lot of popularity in the past few years. They are easy to use and you don’t need a plumber at all to install it. They have been made in such a way that they would fit in any standard toilet. The toilet bidet attachment is easy to install. It comes right between the toilet seat and the toilet.  Basically, the bidet splashes a jet of water on the butt after taking a crap, so in real sense, it’s a wiping aid. No hands, no help, just a push of a button and there you go. A KO bidet is also another important toileting assist. It also delivers a splashing jet of water, that you can control depending on how you want. This is a cool wiping aid for obese that maintains high levels of toileting hygiene. As a matter of fact, this is what I’d recommend to you or your obese friends.

Don’t stress too much. The goal is to be hygienic. Run away from wiping difficulties by just grabbing any of the above toileting assists.