All the moms out there will remember using this after Baby was born. It's basically a small, portable bidet for rinsing your Southern Hemisphere.
They've improved the technology on these quite a bit since I last needed one. Anybody else remember the bottles that the hospital gave you? They looked and acted like a cheap plastic ketchup bottle from your local diner.
This new peri bottle is easy to use and much more ergonomic. No more accidentally dipping your hand into the toilet bowl while trying to aim and clean properly.
By the way--this would be great for additional monthly cleansing or for folks who have hemorrhoids.
Anyone who's ever made tamales from scratch is now completely traumatized, and I apologize for this.
Corn husks were popular in outhouses for hundreds of years. They were easy to find, are a useful size, and when green are fairly soft. Dried husks would probably need to be soaked in water to soften a bit.